Results for: Achaeans

In Ancient Greece

What is an Achaean?

An Achaean is an inhabitant of Achaea, a region in the northernhead of the Peleponnese.
In Roman Empire

How did Achaean become a roman province?

At the end of the fourth Macedonian war, Rome turned Macedon into a Roman province. The cities of the Achaean league rose against Rome. They were defeated. Corinth was destroy (MORE)
In Trojan War

How large was the Achaean army in the Trojan war?

The actual number is never mentioned because the war occurred during the Bronze Age, and records of that nature weren't kept. It's easy to assume, though, based on the sheer n (MORE)