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How did the Dark Ages end in Greece?

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2013-10-18 08:14:01
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From farmlands with a central citadel as refuge, cities developed from the 7th Century onwards, with a range of physical, religious and cultural amenities based on a walled city with increasing amenities and prosperity. Civilisation progressively replaced the Dark Age of survival in a hostile environment.

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This timeline below shows the years from the beginning of the dark ages to the end, as well as some additional dates.See Related Links.

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The Dark Ages were caused by the Dorians and their take over of Ancient Greece.

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It wasn't. The dark ages began after the fall of the Roman Empire

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Ancient Greece had been long before the Dark Ages, so the answer to your question is neither. Sometimes the period between the end of the Trojan War and the beginning of the Classical Period is referred to as the Greek Dark Age.

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the three types of government after the dark age in Greece are.......... Amber W

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the 2nd Dark Age of greece is the Vikings and Germanic Tribes the 1st in greece was the Dorians

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Dorians from from the North overran Greece.

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The dark ages and Ancient Greece were similar mostly because they were developed around the same time and the dark ages used some of Greeks traditions and also used some of their architecture

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There were two times called Dark Ages associated with Greece. The first was the Greek Dark Ages, which lasted from 1200 to 800 BC. The other was a period in the Early Middle Ages lasting from about 630 to 800 AD. This is a time in the Early Middle Ages, or Dark Ages, that is sometimes referred to as the Byzantine Dark Ages.

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Generally attributed 1200-650 BCE.

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I twas found in the dark ages.

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The end of the Roman empire up to the Norman invasion of England in 1066 is the period known as the Dark Ages. The end of the Dark Ages is often counted as the beginning of the Middle Ages in British History.

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The dark ages was when people in Athens fled from home for no reason at all.

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After the end of the Trojan war (1200 BC) Greece went to the ''middle ages of Greece'' or ''the dark ages of Greece'' which was a part of the Archaic period. It lasted until the 8th century BC approximately. It is called that because of the decline of all kingdoms, trade, art, literature and science during that time.

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At the end of the dark ages.

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There were several ages in Ancient Greece. Most of them are not very talked about but here are all of the popular ages.Dark AgesArchaic PeriodClassical PeriodHellenistic PeriodRoman Period

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The Dorians came to Greece and took over.

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The Archaic period is also referred to as the dark ages because we have little to no written record of that time period. The following Classical period is when Greece peaked artistically and intellectually.

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The Dark Ages. This is a period when we have very few records of.

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Yes, it acctually increased. The dark ages for the greek area was not a bad time. It is what followed which wasnt so good.

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The Dark Ages did not end Hebrew. The Hebrew language never ended; it has always been actively used by Jews all over the world.


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