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What contributions to government and law did Greece and Rome make?

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Hey did you take your history test yet>?
I have the same question right now
It's 40 questions and the last one is worth 10 points and its called lesson 2 world history A final exam.. is that what your on?

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I can help you with this question if you help me with the test
Lol im guessing you left your computer on..
Did you take the test>?
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do you go to connections academy
No I do FLVS. But that doesnt mean I dont know the answer. Which is: Greek city-states shared the overall value of freedom. Roman law forms one of the two major legal systems of the Western world.

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