Located at the southeastern portion of Europe, Ancient Greece, which is in the same place as modern-day Greece, was and is the most southern country of the Balkan Peninsula. Ancient Greece dated back to the 8th century B... More »

The culture of ancient Greece produced many accomplishments, such as art that remains among the world's finest, the first valid approaches to science, the first works of literature that remain in the canon of classics an... More »

Some maps of ancient Greece include the map from the Ancient-Greece website, the British Museum's Classical Greece map, and a map displayed by Cedarville University. These maps typically display the ancient empire, point... More »

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Ancient Greece consisted of a number of city-states, each with their own laws and customs. No single ruler existed until Phillip II united Macedonia and most of Greece in 360 B.C. More »

The forms of transportation in Ancient Greece were chariot or carriage, ships, and horses or mules. In the villages, walking was common for those who could not afford to own horses or wagons. More »

Ancient Greece was largely patriarchal, so men were always in power both at home and in politics, while women were relegated to lives spent mostly inside their homes raising children and weaving. These practices were les... More »

Ancient Greece was a very mountainous area so the people mainly used the sea as a way of feeding themselves and earning money. Mountains cover about 80 percent of the land. More »