Honey Bun by Natalie Kleinman

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Honey Bun by Natalie Kleinman

This rapid increase in wealth was the result of a complete economic revolution, it will adversely affect the farmers who lived their land; they hit the heavy dependency to the creditors. In Attica, took an active part in the trade, but which did not have even the navy, the rural population very impoverished. The situation has worsened in 621 BC. e. with the introduction of the Archon Dragon laws that unpayable debtor got into the personal relationship to the lender. Partial Court, crop failures and frustration in the trade have created a danger of social revolution, which could lead to tyranny, as happened in Sicyon, Corinth and Megara. In Athens, it was also an attempt to establish tyranny, but the circumstances were such that the most noble and rich genus Alcmaeonidae, who had the best chance of accession to the throne, was expelled from the limits of the state. Athens was derived from the crisis of the great lawgiver Solon (639-559 gg. BC. E.) Eupatrides origin, had won the confidence of all its noble and clear mind, unselfishness and impartiality.

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