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Legacies In the ancient days when culture as well as civilizations were developing many things came to be known as options for later cultures Civilizations had different ways of doing things and therefore each of their cultures differed considerably The Romans the Greeks and the Hebrews all presented different legacies to the world The Romans actually gave a legacy from their political and economic systems From the political system they gave us two forms of working government There was the republic which was made up of a senate two assemblies and consuls They also had many forms of a dictatorship The dictatorship was made of a dictator who had complete control over the people because the dictator usually controlled the army From the Romans economic system we gained their great knowledge of architecture The Romans were great builders and put the arch to much use The Greeks gave us one of the first forms of democracy and a well developed navy Athens one of the most powerful city-states in Greece had a form of government called a direct-democracy which is where the citizens directly interact with government affairs The other legacy of the Greeks was their Navy The navy was mostly utilized by Athens in their struggle against Sparta It served as a useful way to fight and transport armies across seas The main legacy of the Hebrews was religion They brought in the idea of monotheism which is still used today in religions such as Christianity and Judaism The Hebrews governement was very much based on religion and the laws passed to them by God The Ten Commandments were passed to the Hebrews by God and those were the laws that they followed These three civilizations passed down many legacies some of which are still used today These legacies are important because they focus
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