How did the settlements in other countries effect the history of ancient Greece?
Overpopulated Greek city-states shipped their surplus people to seize new land around the littorals of the Mediterranean and Black Seas and form new city-states, creating over 2,000 city-states which influenced the whole area for two millennia until other peoples moved in and changed the cultures. These city-states traded, warred and spread their culture.
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Greece had and still has alot of history but to find the main points in its history you have to pick out what you think it is instead of relieing on others. i hope that's good… enough for you.
Ancient Greece did a lot of things to hour history. For example, Ancient Greece was the birthplace of democracy without which I dont know what would happen.
Graffiti is the name for images or lettering scratched, scrawled, painted or marked in any manner on property. The arts of ancient Greece have exercised an enormous influenc…e on the culture of many countries, particularly in the areas of sculpture and architecture. The art of Ancient Greece is usually divided stylistically into four periods: the Geometric, Archaic, Classical, and Hellenistic.
The title was originally given to Herodotos of Halicarnassos by Cicero. Herodotos' Histories (= researches) are the first coherent historical work we have, and although he inc…luded some tall tales of far-off places (ants being used to mine gold in India) in them, he is fairly reliable. The gabby tone and stories he included are understandable - he delivered the work as a series of paid-for lectures at Athens in the 430s BCE.. A contemporaneous would-be historian Ctesias called Herodotos 'the father of lies' but his own work is downright unreliable (he also described tigers at the Persian court which fired darts from their tails) so he was not exactly in a position to sit in judgement.
A lot!! For example they won the war over persia even though they were outnumbered and Persia was a superpower! That broke Persias Power over ancient Greece........
Strictly there was no such thing as 'Ancient Greece' - it's an invented, modern category. The ancient Greeks called themselves 'Hellenes' and for them 'Hellas' was not a sing…le country but - like 'the Arab world' today - a cultural category. It's thanks to the Romans that we speak of 'Greece'. Hellas included all Greek settlements between Phasis in Colchis (Georgia today) in the East to the 'Pillars of Heracles' (Gibraltar) in the West, about 1000 or so communities at any one time. The Greek language is first attested at Cnossos in Crete from about 1400 BC(E). Paul Cartledge (Cambridge University and New York University) has written a book called *Ancient Greece. A History of Greece in Eleven Cities* (Oxford University Press, 2009). His small but representative selection of just 11 starts with Cnossos and ends with Byzantium (later Constantinople, now Istanbul). In between come Mycenae, Argos, Miletus, Sparta, Massalia, Syracuse, Athens, Thebes and Alexandria.
Yes, Alexander The Great conquered many other countries such as Egypt.
It is basically a time period in the history of Greece ususally dated from 776BC which was the first Olympics and the closing of the Platonic Academy in 529 AD
They couldn't farm well, so fishing became a primary source of food and wealth.
City-states (Athens, Sparta etc.)
They invented Democracy. Also, they once conquered most of the known world under Alexander the Great.
it gave them food
When the ancient Greeks established settlements in other countries they came into contact with people from other cultures. How might this have affected the history of ancient Greece?
The principal thing which made them Greek was their common cultureand language. They retained this culture throughout the coloniesthey established. There was no suggestion of …accepting localcultures in the areas they colonized around the Mediterranean andBlack Seas. In fact, when Alexander the Great took over the PersianEmpire, he acted positively to introduce Greek culture throughoutit, believing it to be superior and 'civilising'.
In ancient Greece how was the new settlement started by people who cut their ties with their native countries?
There were no 'countries' - there were independent city-states. When these cities, with limited agricultural land, becameoverpopulated, they each shipped of their surplus to s…eize new landaround the Mediterranean and Black Sea littorals, and establishtheir own city-states, resulting in the Greek world comprising over2,000 independent cities. These new cities maintained relations with their mother cities,sending them annual offerings, however these relationships oftenbecame strained resulting in later hostility.
The city-states solved overpopulation by sending them off to seizenew land and make a new city-state for themselves. These newcities, spread around the Mediterranean and Black… Seas, initiallymaintained close relations with their mother city, but this oftenturned sour in times of extended wars and conflicts of interest.Anexample - when the Greek city-states in Asia Minor revolted againstPersian rule, Eretria and Athens sent forces to support theirdaughter cities, eventually involving all the mainland cities in awar with Persia which lasted 50 years. When the Persians gave uptrying to enforce peace on the cities, the cities went back to warsamongst each others with increasing ferocity.