What are some examples of aristocratic governments
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Aristocracy / nobility
State and form of government
Examples from past and present
Aristocracies existed in ancient Greece in Athens and Sparta in the middle of the first millennium BC. In Rome, too, aristocrats ruled from the 6th to the 1st century BC. From 800 to 1200 AD, Japan was ruled by aristocratic families.
Aristocratic elements in modern democracy
Aristocratic rule is in contrast to monarchy and democracy. Even so, there are aristocratic elements in some democracies to this day. The best known example is the English House of Lords, which forms part of the English Parliament. There sit people who come from selected social groups such as the nobility or the church, or who have been raised to the nobility due to their achievements.
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