Voltage
  • Voltage
Will fan and medal. Compare the life of a Roman of the upper class to the life of a Grecian from the upper class.
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Voltage
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@PrincessHush
anonymous
  • anonymous
Give me a sec @Voltage this might take a while but i do promise you ill try my best to answer it.
Voltage
  • Voltage
alright @PrincessHush take your time im in no rush

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Hey @Voltage Listen i have to go to work in a few minutes so i won't be able to help you alot on this matter but here i searched up a few things that might be able to help you, the only thing you need to do is read it isn't that hard. http://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/ancientgreece.htm http://www.vroma.org/~bmcmanus/socialclass.html
Voltage
  • Voltage
@kodiakbear_wickel0216
anonymous
  • anonymous
Wow, okay give me a little bit to look back on this. It has been a couple years since I have learned about this.
Voltage
  • Voltage
alright @kodiakbear_wickel0216
anonymous
  • anonymous
Roman source: http://apworldromehistory.weebly.com/upper-classes.html Grecian source: http://www.hierarchystructure.com/ancient-greece-hierarchy/ I hope these help you answer your question.

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