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    Hellenistic period in Greece Introductions Hellenistic period was that followed the classical age. The language and culture was spread into other world in this period. This period officially began with the Alexander the Great death. Hellenistic period in Greece was from 324 BCE to 1000BCE. The Greek city states weakened after the Peloponnesian war. Due to that reason when Philip became ruler of Macedonia he started conquering the small city states near of it and then further conquer the strong city

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    Greece has the longest coastline in Europe and is the southernmost country in Europe. Majority of Greece is covered by rugged mountains, forests, and lakes, but more importantly, the country is well known for having thousands of islands. Those islands run  along the blue Aegean Sea to the east,the Mediterranean Sea to the south, and the Ionian Sea to the west. Greece is filled with rich history, beautiful architecture and islands. The country is divided into three regions: the mainland, the islands

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    Why Is Greece Alive

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    Greece is alive through their legacy, influence, and development in architecture. Mythology, democracy, art, food and olympics are evidence to the argument that Greece is truly alive Greece’s rich history and cultural beliefs have lasted so many years. History from Greek times is still taught in many schools around the nation. For example schools read the Odyssey in classes. The point is to learn about past cultures and their historical values. Some of their history has been kept in books and art

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    Pottery of Ancient Greece “Latin Visual Art Project Research” Annie Kim November 12, 15 4th period Just like in a modern day, people who lived during the greek time needed cups, dishes and cutlery for their everyday life. “In Ancient Greece time period, they called the specialized craftsmen the potters who created most of the pots, or vessels” (study.com). Pottery during Ancient Greece time was ‘very important since they used them for storage for everything from wheat to wine’ (historylink). Greek

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    Ancient Greece Paragraph

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    ancient Greece, influenced the ancient Greeks by a great deal. Most of ancient Greece is a peninsula in southern Europe surrounded on the east by the Aegean Sea, on the west by the Ionian Sea, and the south by the Mediterranean Sea. Ancient Greece started in 750 B.C.E. and ended in 338 B.C.E. The mainland has many mountains, and there were many islands surrounding the mainland. The ancient Greeks lived throughout ancient Greeks, mostly on farms, and villages. The strange thing about ancient Greece, is

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    Acropolis signifies 'high city' in Greek language. Most city-states in old Greece had at their middle a rough hill or slope where they fabricated their critical sanctuaries and where the general population could withdraw to if under assault. The most celebrated acropolis is the one in Athens. (Anon., 2015) The greatest and finest sanctuary of ancient Athens, dedicated primarily to its patron, the goddess Athena, dominates the centre of the modern city from the rocky crag known as the Acropolis

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    Sanction 1 Introduction In the ancient Greece city-state the exiles and refugees were very distinguished. Values, ideologies and debates that ancient Greeks of the cities raised about refuge, hospitality and aid to displaced outsiders is the main point on this sanction. A great importance have the three ideals which had a dominant role in the debate that ancient Greek arise about how and when have to grand refuge and asylum to people that were displaced, which keep on rising Western debates nowadays

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    homosexuality. In ancient greece children belonging to a higher class were usually brought up separated from children of the opposite sex. This was of course a factor to why homosexual relationship were as common as they were. A big difference from today is that homosexuality during ancient greece was not an exclusive preference and it was not uncommon to have same-sex relationships during your youth but then settling down with a partner of the opposite sex. In greece at the time homosexuality was

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    is a palaeographer and a biblical and classical scholar this means that the source has been translated by a qualified professionally, thus meaning it is more reliable. This source is useful as it provides insight into the laws and rules of ancient Greece at the time this helped in the understanding of the ancient Greek society and what

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    From the Athenian acropolis to the temples of Thebes, Panhellenism has been prevalent throughout Greece, from the age of heroes to the Ottoman conquest of Greece. Developed naturally, the enduring virtues and ideas acted as a vessel for the ideal western civilization that modern powers accordingly look up to as a template for enlightenment. The basis of Panhellenic development grew from Greek cities’ independence its values derived from it, which can be seen in Homer’s Iliad. A major unifying idea

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    other things that have lasting effects on us. This fabulous place of mystery and wonder is what gives us most of our picture of Greece, Crete, and other surrounding islands: crystal clear, sparkling water around beautiful islands with lush green landscapes and ruins of old. In this project, I have delved into this and have come back with knowledge and connections of how Greece became the true birthplace of the West. Smaller islands, such as Santorini and Patmos, have been quiet in modern times but

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    Greece was known as the "Birthplace of Western Civilization because its culture became the epitome for the succeeding western civilizations. The tale of the ancient Greek civilization is a painful history of foreign supremacy. But their civilization was built on solid foundation and led by efficient leaders that created values and customs that are still being practiced and observed by modern societies. It is for this reason that the Greek civilization flourished, remembered, celebrated and accepted

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    specifically those living in Greece and Rome. Greece and Rome are located on the Mediterranean and thrived from trade and agriculture. Many brilliant minds born from both empires lay the basis of knowledge for math, geometry, architecture, biology, engineering, government, science, and even history. When looking at Greece and Rome, it is clear they share many similar qualities, which leaves people to wonder where would America be without Greece and Rome. Although Greece has a significant impact on

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    The wars that were between Persia and Greece are called the Persian wars.There were a total of two invasions, one in 490 and 480 B.C.E. The city-states of Greece came together to fight the persians. Their victory kept the entire civilization alive. If Greece had been defeated, the world may not have inherited things like, classical architecture and sculpture, theatre, Olympic Games, and even democracy. Persia, under the rule of Darius, which had already begun expanding into mainland Europe by

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    led by a single powerful entity such as kings or should they be directed by a handful of wealth people such as aristocrats or should the entire political power lay into hands of the people itself? Since ancient Greece was the territory composed of more than 1500 poleis which is the Greece word for city state, each city states took on different forms of political structures acting like its own country. In this essay, I am going to explore the Ancient Greek poleis’ different forms of government: monarchy

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    Women In Ancient Greece

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    Period spanning from 800 to 500 B.C. This period followed three hundred years of a Dark Age in which the people of Greece lived in nomadic groups following the fall of Mycenaean civilization in 1100 B.C. Though life was arduous for Greeks in the Dark Ages and no written records exist from the time, this period allowed for the dissolving of Mycenaean structures and the rise of Archaic Greece. City-states of the Archaic era were unified, urban centers that spread throughout the Mediterranean basin due

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    and each of them has its own and unique culture. However, there is hardly a state in the world, which has as rich history as Greece has. The thing is, that Ancient Greece is known to be the place where modern European civilization with its values was born. Philosophers of this state created the majority of notions in this science while poets and playwrights of Ancient Greece managed to create the basis for classical literature. There is no use denying the fact that all these achievements became possible

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    Julian,jazmine,devyn,cooper Mrs.Battel English 4A Greek essay Have you ever wondered what the people in Ancient Greece were wearing. By the end of this essay you will find out. In this essay you will learn about Greek marriages and what they would have been wearing. Let 's start our journey thru time. Let 's travel to 500 bc-800 bc. During Ancient Greece they dressed very different then we do today. First of all, the men wore knee lengthed shirts of linen or wool. Also they had belts

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    The Panhellenic games played a pivotal role in Ancient Greece for a myriad of cultural, political and religious reasons. These four games were seen as the most prestigious and were held to honor the Gods; Apollo (God of sky and Thunder), Zeus (God of Sun and Light), Heracles (Son on Zeus) and Poseidon (God of the sea) (Olympic.org). The festivals were held at varying intervals between 2 - 4 years within the city state of origin. The city states were played an important role as they housed the

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    Divination was perhaps the main way that Greeks could access the absolute knowledge of the gods. There is a notion that Greek divination served a trivial role within Greek society. Where does this conception come from? There are a variety of observances that promote this conception. In many cases, the validity of the oracles is often used to put the role of divination into question. For example, the fact that Croesus tested the reliability of the gods by sending numerous envoys to separate Greek

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