deaf is not a culture, it is a physical handicap. a culture is something like the greeks.
The Mountains and surrounding oceans led the Ancient Greeks to become a seafaring people, as there was little land for agriculture.
Because the Greeks farted in jars and ate doody
the Greeks were forced to move towards the ocean since the terrain was so rocky
im pretty sure it helped their city-states fiercely independent
The mountainous geography kept the Greeks from uniting.
Farmlands equal geography and geography was small making farmlands small and if farmlands are small then less food for Ancient Greeks.
The adapted their culture the greeks
the Greeks preserve their culture in legend, myth and epic poetry such as the slaying of Medusa
The Romans elites looked up to the Greeks. They absorbed Hellenistic culture, which was the culture of the Greeks of that time. In short, they became hellenised.
The Greek land geography contributed to the lose of sense of unity for the Greeks.
Geography has a few effects on the Greeks and the world. Some of the effects are developments of Ancient Egypt and having relationships with other city-states.
The ancient Greeks called physical education mainly "arete"
The Greeks felt a tremendous pride in their culture after the 460BC because they had performed well in the Persian war.
The Greeks did not have a god of geography. Gaea was the personification of the Earth, and Hermes was the patron of travelers. That's as close as it gets.
Fear of Greeks/Greek culture
There is Rome, Greeks,India, China, and Egyptians still influence us today with their religions, culture, and etc.
The reason why the Greeks colonized is because the Greeks were a powerful country and they wanted to spread there culture around the world.
The Trojans were not Greeks, though their culture is believed to have been similar.
The possessive form of the plural noun Greeks is Greeks'. example: Many elements of the ancient Greeks' culture is still in fashion today.
The Ancient Greeks did not celebrate Christmas as Christ was born long after the era of their culture.
THey have a major importance for all Greeks because they are part of our history and culture.
they moved away
The Romans borrowed from the Greeks
The Greeks did-massively.
I believe it was the Greeks.
They did not necessarily hate each other. Greeks respected and were envious of Roman military power. Romans were jealous of the Greeks culture
They were more independent. There is very limited arable land in Greece. The Ancient Greeks became very proficient sea travelers and developed colonies all over the Mediterranean Sea in an effort to increase their food supply. As a result of the geography, the Greeks were regional cultures that developed into independent city-states.
The Greeks had two categories of knowledge: cosmography (the universe) and geography (the earth). The scholar Eratothenes introduced the term geography in 267 B.C.. He gave geography its early identity and its mission to explore, catalogue and map areas of the earth's surface. He calculated the circumference of the earth to within 7% of today's know distance and even predicted the differential heating of a round earth by the sun. The Greeks, Romans, Arabs and… Read More
The physical geography of Greece affected the growth of the civilization. First of all, the mountains separated the city-states which helped. Next, the bays provided harbors for ships, and the land was fertile, so they could farm. Also, they used the seas for trade, and transportation. The Greeks were very advanced at the time; they reached further into technology and arts than any other societies.
What can you conclude from the fact that the Greeks adopted the culture of the Minoans whom they conquered?
The Greeks also absorbed the civilization of the Minoans
The concept of citizenship, religious beliefs and language.
In the beginning of the 5th century BC, the Greeks had to unite against their common enemy, the Persians.
No,Greece spread their culture to rome.
The ancient Greeks.
Their culture, their families, their property, their religion, their independence..
The geography of Greece is very rocky and hilly, not the easiest to farm on. Instead of growing crops the Greeks usually raise sheep and cattle.
Romans because they built a vast empire of wealth and culture far more superior to the Greeks
I think on Islamic Civilizations. They influenced the Greeks and the Greeks by the Muslims got influenced.
The early Greeks and Romans are remembered for being the cultures that formed the basis for our western culture.
Greece's physical geography had several effects on its early civilization. It is very rugged and mountainous which made it difficult to travel overland. People in different areas formed societies which developed in different ways leading to several independent city-states. As a consequence of the difficulty of travel, Greeks developed into very competent sailors and traders who traveled around the Mediterranean Sea.
Greek culture was passed to the Romans by the Greeks themselves. This is hardly surprising.
Macedonians were Greeks, so i guess that everyone of them loved their own culture.
the Greeks - much roman mythology and culture was taken from the Hellenistic peoples.
no way hosea. The egyptians came way before the greeks.
Greeks myths have influenced our culture by wanting to explain Gods actions
Their geography was rocky soil but grapes can grow in rocky soil so they made wine and grapes and also olive oil
Ancient Greek culture was very different from today's culture. For example, the Greeks would take slaves, which is not very widespread in today's western culture.
Philosophy was central to the Greeks in that it shaped their lives, culture and politics. Much of democracy was based on philosophy.
As the name says, the Greeks and the Romans. It was not a civilisation as such. It was the result of the Greeks' influence on the Romans.