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Question 11 of 25 Which of the following statements about the Athenian empire is NOT true? Select the best answer from the choices provided. As the empire grew, the government in Athens became less democratic and more tyrannical. It started as a voluntary alliance of city-states defending themselves against Persia. Profits from the empire financed the building of the Parthenon and Athenian drama performances. The empire benefitted the lower classes in Athens, paying them for serving in the navy, for building ships and buildings, and attending trials and tragedies.
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The empire benefited the lower classes in Athens, paying them for serving in the navy, for building ships and buildings, and attending trials and tragedies is not TRUE about the Athenian empire.
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The empire benefited the lower classes in Athens, paying them for serving in the navy, for building ships and buildings, and attending trials and tragedies is not TRUE about the Athenian empire.
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