How does ancient Greece compare to Greece?
Ancient Greece had much less technology, and their democracy (direct democracy) is very different from the current Greek democracy. Also, Ancient Greece believed in Greek gods and that they caused natural disasters, while today Greece has scientific explanations for natural events. There are many other differences. You should search this on Google.
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The many hundreds of Greek city-states which stretched from Spainand Africa to Asia Minor around the Mediterranean, Adriatic, Aegeanand Black Seas during the period 600 BCE to 500 CE.
They were brought up to be the replacement generation, the boysgoing to the farms, fisheries, trades etc and learning to be partof the army when called out. The girls learnt to work in the home and vegetable garden so thatthey knew how to run a home and raise children. Each had different religious d…uties to learn. (MORE)
Ancient Greek roots are everywhere in the modern world. . most of Greeks ideas came from the egyptians . Government. The Greeks gave us the idea of democracy and the 'people's country'. . Architecture . The pillars and regal style of great American buildings such as the White House are based …on the Greeks. . Literature . Homer's the Odyssey, the Iliad are classics in modern literature. . Entertainment . Comedies, tragedies are all dramas and great plays given to us by the Greeks. . Logic. Aristotle, Socrates, Plato and others gave us logic. . Other contributions in science, famous people, math, art, medicine, technology, arts, music, religion and many others. . History. What else would we learn about in class? Greeks have a fascinating history. (MORE)
Greece was a republic! Their republic governing system inspired our democratic-republic system, in the US. Each city-state elected a group of representatives to vote on issues and govern, similarly to our democratic-republic, except that in the U.S, we, the people, also have a say beyond voting (thi…nk election-day ballot questions, strikes, petitions, etc.). This is because in ancient Greece, politicians would sometimes pass laws that were unfair or just for their benefit, and the people wouldn't be able to protest. Each city-state had a polis, or a meeting place, where the representatives would vote. For e.g. the 'Acropolis' in Athens. (MORE)
The seven wonders of the ancient world were: The Great Pyramid, The hanging gardens of Babylon, The statue of Zeus at Olympia, The temple of Artemis at Ephesus, The mausoleum of Mausollos at Halicarnassus, The Colossus of Rhodes and The lighthouse of Alexandria. Out of the se…ven wonders of the ancient world 5 were build within the territory of lands that the Greeks were living [Ephesus, Halicarnassus, Rhodes, Olympia] or conquered [Egypt]. The Pyramid and the hanging gardens of Babylon were build before the Greeks controlled the countries that hosted the monuments. (MORE)
The Persian Wars: . -In about 500 BC, Greeks in Asia Minor rebelled against the Persians. -Athens helped these city-states in their uprisings. -This began a series of conflicts between Greece and Persia known as the Persian Wars. -It lasted from about 500 BC to 479 BC (21 years). WARS UNDER D…ARIUS AND XERXES: . -Darius, a Persian ruler:. -easily crushed Greek revolts in Asia Minor. -also wanted to punish Athens for helping the rebels. -hoped to gain control of Greek mainland. -in 492 BC, his forces conquered:. -Thrace. -Macedonia. -in 490 BC, the Persians invaded Greece itself. -the Athenians defeated the Persians. -though the Athenians were outnumbered. -in the Battle of Marathon. -the Persians withdrew. -an uneasy peace lasted for ten years (until 480 BC). -Xerxes, Darius' son:. -led an army and fleet against Greece; this time several Greek city-states united to stop the Persians. -Persians had to advance through narrow mountain pass of Thermopylae. -small force led by 300 Spartans met Persians there. -held the pass for 3 days. -Persians found another way through the mountains. -surrounded the Greeks. -Spartans refused to surrender. -though greatly outnumbered. -fought until they were all killed. -Spartans' courage bought time. -for the other city-states to prepare their forces. -at the Battle of Thermopylae. -Persians marched toward Athens. -Themistocles, Athens' leader:. - told the Athenians to leave the city to escape. -Xerxes army entered Athens and destroyed it. -Themistocles' trick:. -tricked Xerxes into attacking the Athenian fleet (in the narrow Salamis Strait). -Persian navy was larger and less navigatable than the Greek ships. -the Greeks sank much of the Persian ships. -In 479 BC, the Athenians and the Spartans joined forces:. -to defeat the Persians. -at Plataea (northwest of Athens). -ending the Persian Wars. RESULTS OF THE PERSIAN WAR: . -Persians:. -meddled in Greek affairs. -worked to prevent Greek unity. -continued to threat Greeks with an invasion. -Greeks:. -success gave confidence. -unity among the Greek city-states seemed necessary for survival. -Athens:. -rebuilt city. -entered a period of great cultural achievement. -began to create its own empire in the Aegean Sea. -more successful than Sparta in leadership to unity. -by using diplomacy. -to form the Delian League. -alliance of city-states with Athens as its leader. -eventually included 140 other city-states. -who each contributed. -money or ships. -money was kept on the island of Delos (which is were Delian is derived from). -by the 450s BC, Athens built an empire based on the Delian League. -Sparta:. -wanted Greek unity under its own leadership. -however, fear of helot revolt stopped troops from going far for long (MORE)
Most of the time, they voted by a show of hands. Also, they sometimes wrote on broken pottery pieces and gave it to a person who counted them.
Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome were actually quite similar. Theywere both democratic. However, Greece had much more art than Romedid.
There was always a range of leaders in both communities - varying from conservative oligarchs ('the few') to radical populists (Greek demagogues , 'leaders of the people'; Roman populares ). The essential thing was that they came, with very rare exceptions, from the aristocracy (the 'best peop…le'). As the Greek historian Polybius said about Rome 'although it was a democracy, they always elected the best people'. Basically, a would-be leader turned to the people when his faction was losing in a dispute amongst the aristocrats. Athens had its oligarchs and demagogues, Rome had its patrician and 'new men' leaders contesting power. There was little different between the approaches and techniques used, and indeed there is little different in the leaders of today. (MORE)
Ancient Greece (Hellas as they called it) was distributed around the Mediterranean and Black Seas . It was not a country but hundreds of independent city-states which adopted Greek (Hellenic as they called it) culture. These cities were scattered around the coastlines and islands from Spain, sout…hern France, southern Italy, Sicily, north Africa, Asia Minor to southern Russia (those are the present country names - they were different then). (see map link) When Alexander the Great captured the Persian Empire and he and his successors promoted Hellenism in those areas too , but it was mostly a veneer, and faded quickly in the outlying areas. His empire was split up amongst his generals, who made themselves into kings (Hellenistic Kingdoms) and grabbed what they could in the eastern Mediterranean and Middle East. Rome progressively absorbed them into its empire by the end of the 1st Century BCE. (MORE)
Trade routes in ancient Greece and Rome were walked by people withbeasts of burden. Today we have airplanes, ships, railroads, andtrucks that can go much faster.
There are many, but I won't speculate! To begin with, AncientGreece's Olympic Games were only for men. Nowadays, that's nottrue, otherwise Shawn Johnson wouldn't be as well known :). Thepolitical structure is not the same anymore, either. You know thosepictures of Greece with the dome-shaped houses,… all white? Greeceonly has a few cities that have those houses. And, the societywasn't, well, as modern as it is now! But there are many beautiful,breath-taking historical sites you can visit. Both modern Greeceand Ancient Greece are fascinating to learn about, you should visitGreece! -from an 11 year old Greek :) A broader view: The ancient Greek world was comprised o a couple of thousandindependent city-states scattered around the Mediterranean andBlack Seas. These cities were linked by cultural background andexpedient alliances, but were regularly at war with each other.Modern Greece is a single country in the eastern Mediterranean, butstill has is internal infighting. ___________ * The first woman to win at the Olympic games was Kyniska, a womanfrom Sparta in 396 BC. Women also had their own Heraean gamesdedicated to Hera, the wife of Zeus. The Heraean was the femaleversion of the Olympic games and took place every four years.Homer's Odyssey and Xenophon's Symposium describe women playingwith balls, driving chariots, swimming, and wrestling. Running, asthe Heraea tested, was also very prevalent. ** Modern Greece is a single country but the people whether north inMacedonia or south in Crete, still identify by their states whichare still defined by ancient natural boundaries. When they foughtamongst themselves it was usually a push to extend boundaries orfor the more prominent states, to gain hegemony (leadership andfirst place) over the Greek states. (MORE)
Comparison of Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome . Ancient Greece and ancient Rome may be compared in many ways, including in terms of the position of women in society, geography and the ramifications of geographical differences, and government. Teleology is almost the same too. They also believe in …god and the will pray them. FROM: http://ancienthistory.about.com. (MORE)
The Greek (Hellenic) world was a large number of independent city-states which stretched from Massilia (now Marseilles) through Sicily, southern Italy, present Greece and the Aegean islands, Cyrenaica, Asia Minor and around the Black Sea.
Greeks worshiped many gods + goddesses. The Romans were polytheistic, and were often part of cults such as the the cult if Isis. Rome took the Greek gods and changed the names. Many Romans became Christians when Christianity came alive as a small sect of Judaism.
2000 B.C.E. There is no definite answer on this question. Although 2000 B.C.E.-1 C.E. can serve to you as a guideline it is severely generalized, of course. Ancient Greece is a modern term which serves to distinct between ancient, medieval and modern times, roughly.
In the days before engine-powered land vehicles and aircraft,waterways were the fastest and heaviest form of transportation. The Greek world comprised about 2,000 independent city-statesspread aroubd the littoral of the Mediterranean and Black Seas.These cities were there because sea transportation… gave theopportunity for communication and trade. (MORE)
Classical Ancient Greece was in 500 BC and ancient Greece was in south Europe. There it was very mountainous and the most well known was mount Olympus. The Ancient Greeks believed in Gods and Goddesses. They also started the Olympic games. The past in the modern days is mainly thanks to Ancient Gree…ce. The country you should respect as well as your own is Ancient Greece because they are the modern day past. (MORE)
If you want to find out almost anything about Ancient Greece, go to the box next to answers, type in Ancient Greece, then press GO. Many facts about many topics on Ancient Greece will come up an hopefully you will find your answer in the text that it offers. There are many paragraphs of information …given. (MORE)
?1 i am omarsamy an i will show you how we compare the ways children were educated in different cities of ancient Greece . ans of ?1they were educated in forts school s
Most of Greece's history was located in the city of Athens and Sparta, who were at the time two city-states.
Since someone placed this answer in the "shopping" category, I will assume they meant to compare the shopping in ancient Egypt and ancient Greece. The shopping in ancient Egypt was awesome, their open air marketplaces were home to merchants from all over the world. Even later on, when Egypt was r…educed to being a client state of Rome, the shopping was still boss. Greece, on the other hand, had masterful craftsmen, but each city state had its own specialty. For example, Thebes was renowned for its pottery. To enjoy a full selection, you had to walk all over Greece. Whew. (MORE)
The hero code was very similar between all three. All of thembelieved they were to help others and kill those that wereconsidered evil or bad people.
Ancient means very old and this Greek era was a very long time ago. That's two thousand and more years ago. A lot of times references to Greece are actually to ancient Greece. But, there is also Greece - as is modern Greece.
Greece was always one of the more advanced country's in the WORLD, but the modernisation of Greece took years...it wasn't in a certain time period
they were in Greece today as separated city-states (countries) with one culture, then they spreaded their culture throughout the civilized world from India to Egypt including mesopotamia, turkey, Iran and other countries.
There are many things that you can compare like the Greeklanguage and several dialects in various areas of Greece , theGreek mentality and culture also have many similarities withAncient Greece. . A great difference is that ancient Greece referred to a culture,not a country. The Greek world compris…ed over 2,000 independentcity-states which were established all around the Mediterranean andBlack Seas, with major clusters in today's Greece, Sicily, Italy,the Aegean Islands and Turkey. (MORE)
Ancient Egypt Medicine: people preformed high-tech Astronomy: Saw the movements of the planets and recorded the constellations; made the calendar we use today Mathematics: to help with the fields and building temples mathematics was used Ancient Greece Good at making sculptures and very intell…igent and lived on the Mediterranean Sea and lived in an area that was hard to grow crops (MORE)
They traded around the Mediterranean with the various peoplesthere, and especially the Black Sea for the grain and metals theyneeded.
They were a place of refuge for those seekig protction - such asrunaway slaves, out-of-favour politicians etc. They were also repositories - like banks - where the citiesaccumulated their treasure unde the protection of the gods,normally inviolate storages.
Jewelry could have symbolized many things such as hope, serenity, and as a gift to the gods.
They had . government . athens has democracy . social classes . people were seperated by their wealth and job . education . achieved many things . they invented many things . olympic . alpha beta (alphabet) . jobs . farmers . fisherman . greece was surrounded by water...…it was a peninsula . (MORE)
Slave life was not harsh in Greece. Male slaves were assigned tomarried women to do their bidding. The slaves also had to accompanythe woman when she wanted to go out of the house as stated in theirlaw. The slaves, male and female, helped do the chores around thehouse including helping to teach the …children, but this was mostlydone by the mothers.# . Another View: . Most slaves were used for agriculture, fishing, trades andlabouring. They lived a harsh life, were subject to the orders andwhims of their masters with no excuses; the owner could punish,kill or sell them, as he pleased with no repercussions. Some menwere in the mines, living a horrible life which eventually killedthem. Women, as well as working domestically or on the farm orbusiness, were used sexually or prostituted. . The only thing which tempered the owner was a desire to keepthem in good working condition for as long as possible. (MORE)
The dark ages was when people in Athens fled from home for no reason at all.
A democracy is a type of government that we Americans use today. Democracy means "rule by the people" . In other words, meaning the citizens of ancient Greece had the freedom to vote or to have many other rights in their city-state. Athens used democracy. Hoped this helped! :)
Do you mean what is the size of Greece compared to? It is compared to Louisiana/
There wasn't much difference with the gods. Ancient Rome just used Ancient Greek gods and gave them different names. For example, Zeus was called Jupiter in Ancient Rome.
Value ancient Greeks and "News". .... Dawn, 06/01/1962: "More than 150 scientists from the University and the Academy of Moscow have agreed wholeheartedly with the scientific view of Mr. Mars Poulianos underlined the seriousness of the work and not stingy on their expressions spoke verylaudatory w…ords about him. Dr S. A. Tokarev, professor of ethnography at the University of Moscow and head of the Department of Ethnography of the peoples of Europe at the Institute of Ethnography of the Academy of Sciences in Moscow, said: The work of Aris N. Poulianos exceptional interest for the ethnographic science. The pooled and treated statistically huge stock of anthropological research among the Greeks first time introduces a new kind of science sources for the study of a crucial problem, as is the origin of the Greek people. So far on this issue in science has been generally accepted view that modern Greeks historically have very little in common with the ancient Greeks the founders of the ancient culture that modern Greeks for the most part represent descendants of Slavs, Albanians and other peoples metokisan Greece and merged with the Greeks of the Byzantine era. Unlike the author of this thesis, convincingly and based on similar material, shows that whatever the influence of the Slavs and other peoples who came into contact with the Greeks, the people of modern Greece is basically a descendant of the ancient population of the Balkans and the islands of the Aegean. The renowned anthropologist at the University of Moscow, Dr. J. J. Rogkinsky notes that the southern part of the Balkans is in Europe, where crossing the broad border zone between the area of ââDinaric and prosthiasiatikis race. So in this area can be found some of the general problems of classification of the peoples of Europe and the Asian front. "In addition it should be noted that in this work finds its position and the criticism of racist constructs connection with the acquisition of ancient Greek culture." (Note: You mean the racist theories that argue that modern Greeks are not descendants of the ancient and that is why their culture is far less developed countries. However, beyond the unrealistic correlation - if, for example, compare the traditions - the scientific confirmation of the biological continuity of the Greeks proves once again that it is mainly geographical and socio-historical conditions that shape the cultural level of a nation). "The director of the Anthropology Division of the Institute of Ethnography of the Academy of Sciences in Moscow Dr M. C. Levine said: ... It may seem paradoxical to note that many people in Europe were studied anthropological worse than the people of Australia, Melanesia and other distant countries. Among the countries of Europe, Greece is one of the least studied ... The work of A. N. Poulianos fills this gap. The author holds the full methodology of anthropological research, strictly complied all the necessary conditions and given the appropriate attention. The director of the Anthropological Institute and Museum of Anthropology of Moscow Dr. B. P. Giakimof said: "My view is that the work of A. N. Poulianos represents the most perfect summary for the Anthropology of the Greeks." On the other side of the Atlantic, the U.S., the director of the Anthropology Department of the Smithsonian Institute G.. L. Angels in American Journal of Physical Anthropology (American Journal of Physical Anthropology No. 22, vol 5, 1964, p. 343) in book review of "Origin of the Greeks" writes: "Mars Poulianos ... correctly concludes that a full genetic continuity from ancient to contemporary times ...Â». NEWS, 01.25.1962: "The scientific research of A. N. Poulianos rejects the dogmatic theory misellinos Fallmerayer German historian, who lived 1790-1861, the era of Greek struggle for independence - and who (Falmerayer) quite dogmatically, ie without prior anthropological research - and therefore unscientific aftapodeiktos - tried to support his theory ekslavismou Greece. The researcher concludes that anthropological research with the necessary historical and linguistic evidence is required to solve problems ethnogenetic. This is a reflection of all past and therein lies the historic value. If the past helps us to understand this, this helps us to imagine the future. KRITES - Aegean - Peloponnese - SARAKATSANA Then Mars Poulianos studied about 10,000 more people and hundreds of skeletons from various regions of Eurasia. The groups of Greeks who were less represented in the doctoral thesis (Aegean Peloponnese Pindus) were studied in 1965 with his return to Greece. THE ORIGIN OF CRETE - ISLANDS The main conclusion (A. Poulianos, 1971, 1999) is that the modern population of Crete (in a sample of 3,000 persons) and all the Aegean with the mainland of Thrace and Asia Minor remained unchanged at least from the Minoan era and is native to the Aegean anthropological type. Migrations made at various times brought slight changes, but did not change the morphology of the original type. The effects do not exceed 1-3% and this shows again the consistency of the indigenous inhabitants in general of the Aegean basin, at least since the Mesolithic era, ie before 15,000 years. In 1987 the Italian anthropology professor J.. Fakinos announced at the 2nd World Congress in Turin Paleoanthropology of the existence of human skeleton from the island 50,000 years, which indeed shows the morphology of the modern (Homo sapiens) and not neantertaleiou man. The news never reached the Greek media, as the Ministry of Culture has so far shown his usual indifference. In 1999 the medical journal Tissue Antigens (Tissue Antigens, Vol 53, January) published an article about hematologic origin of the Cretans. The basic conclusion that ... Cretans are closest to the Berbers, the Semites and the Japanese than with the other Greeks (who came from somewhere north 4000 years ago in Greece) and that ... so it is unlikely that African and Middle Eastern origin of Cretan 10,000 years ago. Article 7 Spaniards signed with 3 Greek professor of medicine and unfortunately come to their conclusions lightly represented as only 135 inhabitants and only studied the gene HLA. Also, unethical move, ie without taking into account the past and of course more reliable methodology anthropological literature (phenotype, ie the external anthropological traits representing thousands of genes). Thus, in the literature are not found and the work of A. Murad ("The distribution of human blood groups and other polymorphisms, ed Oxf., 1976, p. 1055), indicating that no reliable study of the HLA gene because, with it came the unfounded conclusion that the Basques, Icelanders and the Congolese are related to each other more than any other populations. It may be noted however that since 1965, had not yet even started the bio-molecular comparison of human DNA, have sprung up such views, followed by others and, oddly coordinated in the same direction (eg see NEW YORK TIMES - "Cretans labeled non-Greek people", 17/4/1966, in spite of contrary posts eight 15/4/1966 Greek newspapers such as Daily: The population of Crete abode anthropologikos unchanged since the Neolithic period (see and a specific page). From the historical, linguistic and archaeological reports of the above contributors haematologist, it becomes obvious that they are aware of such issues, and acrobatics into a patchwork of specialty unproven assumptions. For example, say: when the Sahara dried up 10,000 years before, perhaps the Berbers migrated to Crete and established the Minoan civilization. So instead look at (the Berbers) how to survive, they built ships, who had time and migrated en masse?. Not even the writers have reflected whether the Cretans thalassokratorias traveling in reverse, as reported by numerous sources? It was 10,000 years before the era of the last cataclysm? The Sahara dried up before 5500 years (see Sarah Simpson, Scientific American Oct. 1999). If it was not the proverbial often fanciful those who do not have the education to deal comprehensively with similar issues, one could perceive the very top that are similar to considerations of Cyprus, and not just as a bad joke. But we bring as an example of the above article from Tissue Antigens to apparent how easy it is someone, intentionally or not, irrelevant to lathepsei. Only regret is the threshold of the third millennium there are journals that publish uncritically such "works, while". THE POPULATION OF PELOPONNISOU Preliminary communication research ("Human", 1977, vol 4, p. 5-36) made under the guidance of the Martian Poulianos Pitsios, who confirmed the basic conclusions of the "Origin of the Greeks, and completed the relevant anthropological data with anthropometry 1582 people. In 1978 he published in a separate version with the words "Library of the Anthropological Association of Greece, No. 2, dedicated (with love) to his teacher. -------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ------------------ Greek geneticist working in the U.S. believe that the analysis of genetic material from ancient bones and teeth will soon reveal the origin of the Mycenaeans and Minoans. The ongoing investigations have shown that the Greeks living in the Mediterranean by 2900 BC, about 1,000 years more than believed until now. As explained by Dr. George Stamatoyannopoulos, a professor at the University of Washington in Seattle: "The survey is intended to diagnose [...] the DNA of the ancient Greeks and to determine their origin, whether they came from the north, where they came from the steppes Russia or Central Europe, if then. The team, which includes scientists from Greece, has made a genetic analysis of approximately 50 and 30 teeth Minoans Mycenaeans. Searches are now almost as many specimens preserved pulp to make it possible to draw conclusions. Regardless, a group of researchers at the University of Manchester genetic techniques to examine the bones discovered by Schliemann in the royal tombs of Mycenae, to see if the dead were family members or unrelated persons. Mr. Stamatoyannopoulos believes that, apart from information on the movements and relations of the Greek population, once the genetic testing will offer other items such as spiritual characteristics of our ancient ancestors. -------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ------------------------ According to research by Professor Constantine Trianatfyllidi Department of Biology, Aristotle 75% - 80% of the current mitochondrial DNA of Greek origin and has palaioloithiki formed after three waves of different movements, from 50,000 to 9,000 years ago. This research was conducted in 143 men and 2,400 Greek males of other populations (Europe, Mediterranean, Asia Minor, Africa and China). Paternal DNA DNA is the male ancestors (fathers) us. According to his analysis of the genetic composition of the present inhabitants of Europe are the result of two migratory movements: 1) During the Paleolithic period and 2) during the Neolithic period that occurred from east to west Mother DNA Is DNA Ancestry women (mothers) us. Besides the above two migrations occurred earlier and another one in the opposite direction from above. People in this case team moved from Europe to the Middle East. This explains the fact that 5% - 20% of the sequences of mitochondrial DNA of the inhabitants of the Middle East has a European origin. Relationship between the Greeks and other populations All evidence suggests that the genetic continuity of the Greek people with very little intermingling of the neighboring white populations, and none of Negro and Mongolian.The genetic composition of the Greeks at a rate of 99.6% Caucasian, white. The contribution of other groups is very low (0.4%). For reasons apparently religious, cultural or linguistic Greeks have not been largely intermingling with neighboring nations. Similarities Greeks with neighboring nations 1) The Balkan populations: compared the gene frequencies of several polymorphic systems among the population of Greece and Bulgaria. The results showed that differences in the genetic evidence does not allow us to talk about common ancestry of the other Balkan peoples to the Greeks. The teacher refers to rates if necessary to mention. 2) Mediterranean populations: The conclusions of the study the genetic relatedness of Mediterranean populations revealed that the Greeks have particular affinity with the Italians. Nearly 22% of the Y chromosome of the inhabitants of Apulia (southern Italy) comes from the Greeks. -If you made a classification based on the degree of genetic relatedness between the Greeks and other peoples of the northern Mediterranean, we would say that first of all the Greeks like the Italians, after the French, after the last Spanish and Turkish- says the professor. To conclude the above evidence of overestimation of the migratory movements (Slavs, etc.). In fact, the movement of such people was very small and disorganized because of the difficulties of those times to try to greatly affect the basic genetic structure of local residents. (MORE)
It really depends on which city/state, but generally women were not allowed to choose their husband( marriage was compulsory) vote, have any civil rights or partcipate in sport.
First of all, modern Greece is a unified country under a single government. Ancient Greece ranged from democracies (Athens, Thebes) to oligarchies (Sparta) and monarchies (Thessaly, Epirus, Macedonia). Furthermore, ancient Greeks colonized lands that are now outside of Greek borders, such as souther…n Italy, France, Turkey, Cyprus and some parts of the Russian shores. The Greek language has also evolved, and people now speak Modern Greek. Spelling has remained the same as it was in ancient Greek, but pronounciation has changed. (MORE)
No. The two terms refer to almost completely different regions and times, though the influence of what we call "Ancient Greece" certainly extended to portions of what had, at one time, been "Ancient Egypt." Greece was not located in ancient Egypt. It is in southwestern Europe, across the Mediterr…anean Sea from Egypt in northern Africa. The ancient Greeks were among the first modern societies to study the ancient history of Egypt. Many of the translations of hieroglyphics are based on the Rosetta Stone, which had text written in both hieroglyphic form and in Ancient Greek. (MORE)
no Greece now has different imports and exports then ancient Greece. and ancient Greece is Greece int the past.
The Minoans actually lived in ancient Greece, on an island called Crete. They were wiped out due to a volcanic eruption on a nearby island, which resulted in a huge tsunami that killed most of the Minoans. They were not considered Greek because they did not speak Greek. The first "true" Greeks were …the Myceneans. (MORE)
The truth is that there is no difference. The only thing that makes you think that there is a difference is the name. The Greek myths are all from the ancient times, hence "Ancient Greece"
There were many standiums in ancient Greece, not a single one..many of them exist today, such as Epidavrus,Panathinean Stadium in Athens and many more...
The city of ancient Rome is roughly where Rome is now, whereas the empire of Rome contained majority of europe and parts of asia minor and africa. It was massive. Modern day Greece has the same location as ancient Greece. The only difference being Ancient Greece contained parts of modern day Albania… and Macedonia. (MORE)
The culture which we presently refer to as ancient Greece existed in the time period of between approximately 2000 and 3000 years ago. That is quite a long time ago, and hence, it qualifies as ancient.
Greece is a country existing from the 19 th centuryonwards. Ancient Greece is a phrase for all the cities-states inthe area where the Greek state is located today.
The modern U.S. democratic model bears several strong similarities to that of ancient Greece. The U.S. government is divided into the three branches: legislative, executive and judicial. Likewise, the Athenian democracy of Ancient Greece was divided into the Ekklesia, which was similar to the legisl…ative, or law-making branch, the Boule, which resembled the executive, or law-enforcing branch, and the Dikasteria, a rough equivalent of the judicial branch. This ancient model, though, while serving as a useful example upon which to build future democracies, has been significantly improved upon. (MORE)
In their direct democracies , he citizensmet in fortnightly assembly and made decisions which wereimplemented by a council. This was only possible by the smallnessof the Greek city-state, where citizens could walk to and from theassembly. It is impractical in large countries today for suchassembl…ing for voting, so there is representativedemocracy , where citizens elect representatives toattend a parliament and vote on their behalf - often notnecessarily as the citizens would wish. Modern computing has nowmade it possible for citizens to vote but don't expect thepolitical class to give up its power voluntarily and implement sucha system anytime soon. (MORE)