How did the seas shape Greek civilization?
The fecund Greeks living on limited areas of land had to ship out surplus populations to seize new land and form new city-states for themselves. The sea was the highroad, and so they spread over 2,000 city-states around the Mediterranean and Black Sea littorals.
Overpopulated Greek city-states sent out their surplus people to seize land and establish new city-states around the Mediterranean and Black Seas. This expansion by land would have been prohibitively slow and uncertain in solving the problems. So the new Greek cities were established around the littorals.
It seperates different communities. Traders trade in these seas to the right
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Architecture, theatre, philosophy, science, endless wars, political development, colonising all around the Mediterranean and Black Seas.
. Greece was very poor in natural resources .Had over 1400 islands .Seas are what dominated Greek life
The Greek god of seas is Poseidon. I hope that was the question you were asking... :)
Which civilization contributed the most to the development of Greek civilization? Mycenaean
The Ancent Egyptian civilization influenced the Ancient Greek civilization.
Greek civilization began on the Mediterranean island of Crete.
Posideon god of the seas
He spread Greek civilization by winning the land and giving it to the Greek people.
The Greek civilization came before the Roman.
The continents that ancient greek had civilization on was Europe and Asia
They didn't. The Romans never adapted to Greek civilization nor to any other civilization. They made the other civilizations adapt to them. They didn't. The Romans never adapted to Greek civilization nor to any other civilization. They made the other civilizations adapt to them. They didn't. The Romans never adapted to Greek civilization nor to any other civilization. They made the other civilizations adapt to them. They didn't. The Romans never adapted to Greek civilization… Read More
Rivers, deserts, and mountains helped shape the civilization of china.
The roman civilization destroyed the greece civilization
The limited fertile tracts amongst a mountainous terrain promoted the growth of independent city-states. Most of these cities were located on a river or sea, so they used sea communications and developed sea trade. The limited city lands resulted in unsustainable populations, so they sent out the surplus people to seize new land around the Mediterranean and Black Seas, resulting in the spread of the Greek world and culture.
Ancient Greek civilization had a long and illustrious history. Historical and archaeological records indicate that the civilization had its earliest beginnings in the Neolithic Age (6000 B.C.E. and later), although it wasn't until 500 B.C.E. that what we now know as "Classical Greece" took shape. It is customary to mark the end of Ancient Greece in the middle of the 2nd century (B.C.E), when Rome conquered the last remaining centers of resistance among the Greek… Read More
The Greek civilization flourished during the 5th to 4th centuries BC. The civilization began to flourish on the islands of the Aegean Sea.
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We are studying ancient Greek civilization.
From the Greek civilization.
It effected early Greek civilization by mountains, and none fertile land
The Mycenaean civilization in southern Greece was led by the first Greek kings.
Roman civilization, and prior to that, Greek Civilization
The Mycenaean Civilization
Yes, he was the Greek God of water, The King of the seas.
Poseidon was the greek God of the Sea.
the Greek God of the seas, river, dams, etc is Poseidon. His brothers include Zeus, God of the Sky and Hades, God of the Underworld
The first Greek speaking civilization that we have proof of is the Mycenean civilization that flurished from 16th century b.C. to 12th century b.C. The centre of this civilization was in Peloponnesus but encombassed most of southern Greece and even Crete and Cyprus islands
It was hard for them to cross mountains/seas back then so they were separated from other civilizations.
The influence was the complete opposite; Roman civilization borrowed many ideas off the Greek.
Greek, we were the creators of western civilization. But Chinese is not far behind. They might have influenced eastern civilization.
The ancient Greek civilization.
The Greek civilization and then the Romans
The Ancient Greek civilization built the Parthenon.
The Ancienct Greek civilization~
Mycenaean civilization is considered the prototype of Greek civilization. They developed the style of city-building that would be used by all of the Greek city-states.
Today's Greek peninsula.
Poseidon is the king of oceans and seas (if you refer to Greek stuff.) The Roman equivalent is Neptune. Unless you don't believe in Greek and Roman stuff, I don't have an answer for you.
Poseidon was. Poseidon was the greek god of the seas.
rome Rome was after the Greek civilization
Pegasus is linked to the ancient Greek civilization
Greek civilization was noted for its decorative pottery.
the Minoan culture
Early theater had its beginnings in Greek civilization.
The Greek civilization was noted for decorative pottery.
greek did not end it still a country