The Mycenaeans were Ancient Greeks that lived during the Helladic period, which occurred at the end of the Bronze Age from 1600 to 1200 B.C. The capital of their civilization was Mycenae. More »

The Mycenaeans and Minoans were similar in that they both produced great art. They also both inhabited the island of Crete but at different times. The Mycenaens defeated the Minoans. More »

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A significant difference between the Minoans and Mycenaeans lies in their societies' respective dispositions towards warfare. Whereas the Mycenaeans seem to have been rather aggressive and war-like, the Minoans, alternat... More »

The Mycenaeans and Minoans were similar in that they both produced great art. They also both inhabited the island of Crete but at different times. The Mycenaens defeated the Minoans. More »

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For a period spanning over 10 centuries, Ancient Greeks used a currency by the name of Drachma. Drachmas were coined money and came in round coins of different sizes based on the worth. More »

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The Ancient Greeks, specifically the boys, enjoyed physical activities, such as playing hockey. The boys often played their games naked so girls could not watch them play. More »

Ancient Greeks used ships, wagons and walking as transportation methods. The citizen’s social class and wealth as well as the terrain often determined what form of transportation was used. More »