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|Topics in cultural studies |
|Comparing Early Greece and Rome |
|[Differences Between Early Greece and Rome] |
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|Mandy Shoplak |
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|[You will see that there are many differences between early Greece and Rome but there are also some similarities as well, with their geography, government, societies, economy, trading, architecture, and |
|philosophies. |

|Elements of Culture |Greek Culture |Similarities/Differences |Roman Culture…...

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