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Why do they call Greece Greece?

The Greeks called and still call themselves Hellenes. They overpopulated their small and poor country, and the city states sent out their surplus populations into colonies around the Mediterranean and Black Seas. Some colonies were established in Italy (Naples = Nea Polis, new city, Tarentum, Syb (MORE)

Province of Greece?

Provinces/State/Whatever you want to call them: Achaea, Aetolia, Arcadia, Argolis, Attica, Boeotia, Chalcidice, Chania, Corfu, Cyclades, Dodecanese, Elis, Euboea, Evros, Heraklion, Imathia, Ioannina, Kavala, Kefalonia, Kilkis, Kozani, Laconia, Larissa, Lasithi, Lesbos, Magnesia, Messinia, Pella, Pho (MORE)

What did Greece trade?

The Greeks traded wine, olive oil and other products. They also traded pottery. They would trade all these products for copper, gold, silver, and jewels.

What river is Greece on?

Greece, being a country and not a city, is not located along any one river but is instead located in southern Europe

Where was Ancient Greece?

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 (MORE)

What does a citizen do in Greece?

Elects his government every four years. Elects his European Parliament representatives every four years Elects his Prefacture and Municipal representative every four years. Usually elections they don't coinside

Did Greece have bathhouses?

No, ancient Greeks did not have bathhouses. The Greeks did bathehowever in large tubs that were often heated by coals.

Why did Greece have the Olympics?

Originally, the Greeks held the Olympics to honor their gods. The games served as a way to trumpet each cities gods. It was eventually outlawed because it was considered "pagan worship."

Is crete in Greece?

Yes. However, Crete is not part of mainland Greece. Crete is the largest Greek Island and sits to the southeast of mainland Greece and southwest of Anatolia (Asian Turkey).

Is Greece mountainous?

Yes. Greece has a lot of mountains and they cover large swathes ofwhat would otherwise be arable land.

When did Greece start?

419 b.c.e Provionladlays: ... it began a long long time before that, if you are talking about Greece altogether, it began around 6400 BCE if you are looking at greek habitants

How did Greece get its name?

The name 'Greek' is in fact ancient as well, as the famousphilosopher Aristotelis verifies: " ...and she was not there forever, but after the cataclysm ofDeucalion, which occurred in the Hellenic area, in fact, in theancient Hellas, which was around Dodoni, and it changed many timesthe flow of Achel (MORE)

Where in Europe is Greece?

Greece is the country and it shares borders with albania, republic of macedonia, bulgaria and turkey so its near those four countries.

What countries are in Greece?

Greece is a country. There is some dispute over whether Cyprus is a Greek Island or not. Greece is a country in Europe. Which means that there are no countries in Greece because Greece IS the country.

How do you get to Greece?

Greece is located in the south-east landscape of Europe.The most popular ways you can get to Greece by plane,by ship,by train or by car.

Why is Greece called Greece?

Greece is called Greece from the word Graecia. This means the landof the Greeks. Graecia was used by the Romans.

How Greece got the name Greece?

The word Greek was used from the Latins. According to Mythology, it comes from Graekon, son of Defkalion and Pandora. Aristotle mentions that they were living in Greece and later were named Hellines. Hellas is the formal name of the country and Hellenas is the name for a Greek. It is used from 100 (MORE)

Why was Greece called the grandeur that was Greece?

No, no, it was the glory that was Greece, and the grandeur that was Rome. Ancient Rome was certainly grand, and to modern thinking the Greece of ancient times seems glorious in many ways, with its art, architecture, literature, and philosophy.

Why was Greeces first leader NOT from Greece?

Greece was really a lot of independent city-states. The first tobring it under control as hegemon (leader) was Philip II of Macedonia . Macedonia was notconsidered to be Greek as its people and language were different,the Greeks thought them different and they thought they weredifferent Philip tr (MORE)

Why is Greece special?

too many reasons to write, but to name a few its the birth place of civilization & democracy & the land of the gods

What is a isthmus in Greece?

An isthmus is a narrow strip of land connecting two larger bodies of land. An example in Greece is the isthmus which connects the Peloponnese peninsula to the mainland.

Why is Greece in debt?

Because they sold bonds to investors which came due and they did not have enough money to pay them because of a weakening economy as a result of the 2008-2009 financial crisis. This led them to get bailout loans from other nations that put them further in debt. They have received 2 big bailouts alre (MORE)

Why was Greece named Greece?

From mythology, Greece, is named Hellas. "Hellas" is the name that we Hellines (Greeks) use when referring to our country; in simpler terms, "Hellas" means "Greece" in Hellinika (Greek language). ut how did we reach the point of using two completely different names for the same country? We have (MORE)

Is Macedon in Greece?

Yes, a lot of people ask this question. It is located West East of the island Crete.

Who gave the name Greece to Greece?

The Romans. The greek colony of Graecia located in south Italy was the first to comunicate with the Romans and so the Romans named the whole nation out of the citizens of that Colony. Greeks called (and still calling) themselves 'Hellenes'.

Is Greece a LEDC?

Personly I would think Greece as an MEDC because it is part of Euroupe. (sorry for my spelling)

What is the clmate of Greece?

Greece lies in the Mediterranean CLimate Zone, the smallest zone in the world. The Zone has customary cold, wet winters followed by hot dry (but sometimes humid) summers. The Mediterranean Climate Zone is only found in a handful of places in the world, including Southern Australia, Chile, South Afr (MORE)

Are there hornets in Greece?

Hello there, im just a normal person in a normal country called...Greece and the answer to your question is YES and NO Lets explain why YES: Today i saw i hornet got really scared and walked in the house This hornet i saw came from Africa im not saying it flew here itcame i ship or something Lets ex (MORE)

What Shape is Greece?

Whatever you can think of! Use your imagination and look for as long as you like. I think it looks like a horse's head yet my friend thinks its an upside-down shoe. Take a look and think........................

Does Greece have a colussoeum?

Colosseum??I hope it's a funny question unless you are non European.......Rome has the Colosseum and the Pantheon and Greece has the Acropolis and the Parthenon(older than Colosseum)

Have Greece had a war?

Greece has had many wars, especially in ancient times. More recently, Greece participated in World War 2 and the Korean War.

Is Greece a subcontinent?

Yes Greece is considered a subcontinent, as well as Turkey, Cyprus, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, and Georgia. For they share geographic, and cultural similarities of Europe, and the Middle East. There for they are both. The islands of Greece to the east are considered property of Western Asia and (MORE)

Are there waterfalls in Greece?

Yes. Greece is a mountainous country. Streams flow from mountain springs, and cascades of small waterfalls can be found throughout the country.

Who was and is leader of Greece?

Chief of state: President Karolos PAPOULIAS (since 12 March 2005) Head of government: Prime Minister Georgios Andreas PAPANDREOU (since 6 October 2009). Cabinet: Cabinet appointed by the president on the recommendation of the prime minister.. Greece achieved independence from the Ottoman Empire i (MORE)

Where is Themopalae in Greece?

Thermopylae is located in eastern central Greece on the only land route large enough to bear any significant traffic between Lokris and Thessaly. Passage from north to south along the east coast of the Balkan peninsula requires use of the pass. Further west the way is blocked by mountains and the Gu (MORE)

Does Greece have geese?

Lesser White -fronted geese are quite common in Greece. Lake Kerkini is one of the main wintering sites of this species. Other species found include Greylag, Bean, Lesser White-fronted and Red-breasted Goose.

Who was Plato of Greece?

Plato was one of the early stars of Western philosophy. The son of an aristocrat, he studied under the great Greek thinker, Socrates. After years of travel and study, Plato founded the Academy in his native Athens in 387 B.C.; it became a famous hotbed of philosophical and scientific discussion, and (MORE)

Where is the Greece today?

The country of Greece lies on the east of the Mediterranean Sea. It shares borders with Albania, F.Y.R.O.M, Bulgaria and Turkey.

What is a Greece philosopher?

Greecephilosophers are people who lived in ancient Greece and thought about life and death and things and then recorded their ideas.

What is Greece is proud of?

The Country GREECE is proud of holding the first even Olympic Games In Athens, 1896! And Of Course There Charming Flag!!

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 ot (MORE)

How do the people of Greece affect Greece?

Like every citizen of every country affects his/her country!!Although some people in Greece believe that ministers,parties andthe prime ministers affect our economic situation,either directlyor even indirectly and many times using unfair means.

Is ancient Greece and Greece the same?

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.