The earliest form of government of ancient Greece was monarchy. In the pre-Classical period, ancient Greece was composed of small geographic units ruled by a local king. Over time, groups of the leading aristocrats replaced the kings.
In ancient Greece, tyranny did not have the negative connotations that it does now. Then, it merely meant a form of government where one man held all political power, similar to an absolute monarchy.
they were the same government.
All citizens could particapate drectly in government. Now we have to be of age to particapate in government.
the government was a form of democracy
Democracy is the correct answer
Tribal, followed by monarchy.
It was a democratic City-state