• anonymous
The polis or city-state of ancient Greece was A. an agricultural province controlled by a governor B. a colony established overseas C. an independent city or town NOT including the countryside D. a city and the agricultural lands surrounding it
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  • Zale101
  • Zale101
as it says "The Greek polis encompassed a town or city or even a village and its surrounding countryside. The town or city or village served as the focus or central point where the citizens of the polis could assemble for political, social, and religious activities." i would say the answer is D

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