Diarchies are a form of government in which the leadership is shared by two heads of state. In most diarchies, the diarch maintains his position for life and passes on his responsibilities and powers to his children or family members when he dies. The diarch is one of the oldest forms of government and has been for several centuries. Diacles have been known since Antiquity, having been present in Sparta, Rome, Carthage, as well as in Dacian and Germanic tribes. Several ancient Polynesian societies had this political structure.
I took the test
the answer is Dual Kinship
The correct order is monarchy, republic, oligarchy and dictatorship
Ancient Rome has known various forms of government. In the monarchy the form of government adopted in Rome until VI a.C, the Romans believed that the king had a divine origin.
At the beginning of the Republic, Roman society was divided into 4 classes: Patricians, Clients, Plebeians and Slaves.
The political, social and economic decadence caused the plebs to enter into conflict with the patricians, this struggle lasted about 200 years.
In the oligarchy, the representatives had so many powers they gave him several privileges: his statues were placed in the temples and the emperors happened to be venerated like a god. An example was (Jupiter Julius) that it was the emperor Julius Caesar that went until 44 a.C when it was assassinated.
The dictatorial period lasted from 110 BA to 79 BA was marked by political persecution to followers of the previous government. With the political support of the patricians, the Roman Senate regained its power and authority.
1. Monarchy ( 753 - 509 BC)
2. Republic (509 - 27 BC)
3. Oligarchy (27 BC - 476 AD)
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While you didn't provide a list - it is true that dual kinship is the best definition for the type of government in Sparta.
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