Democracy in ancient Greece served as one of the first forms of self-rule government in the ancient world. Mainly for rule by the people male citizens. In the year 507 B.C, an Athenian leader introduced a system of political reforms that he called demokratia which also means “rule by the people”.
The Persian war was from 492-449 BCE. It was mainly wars fought between Greek states and Persia. The cause of the war was because the Persian Army wanted to defeat the Greek city-states that supported the uprising.
The Peloponnesian war was a war fought in ancient Greece between Athens and Sparta. This war took place in 404 BC. The biggest war that occurred during the Peloponnesian war was The Battle of Mantinea, in 418 BC. Sparta feared that the Athena would have too much power.