Did ancient Greece conquer countries?
Both ancient Greece and Rome had the same gods and goddesses, only with different names. Example, the ancient Greek god of the seas was Poseidon, while in ancient Rome, his name was Neptune. Also, ancient Greeks and Romans lived near water for food and water resources and trading routes. Lastly, ancient Greeks and Romans had very powerful armies, which helped them conquer many other civilizations.
Ancient Greece was a very different place than ancient Rome. Rome and Greece where each others most fluent trading partners which led them to war and fighting. Ancient Greece was very independent, they had their own language, writing system and alphabet. Rome was very similar to other countries although they had the best army witch they used to defeat Greece in war and they eventually took ever Ancient Greece and now Greece is part of…
The ancient Romans annexed the kingdom of Macedon, which was the largest and the dominant Greek state in mainland Greece. It covered the north and north-east of Greece. It became the Roman Province of Macedonia. The Romans also conquered the area which is the present day Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (to the north of Greece). It became, together with central and southern Serbia, part of the Roman Province of Moesia Superior.
The influence of Ancient Greece in politics, architecture, the arts and language was received via the countries which settled North America. So ancient Greece gave nothing directly to the US. It came from Britain, France, the Netherlands, Germany, Spain, Italy etc in various forms, copies and re-developments.