What are the two things that city-state often work on in ancient Greece?
Trade, farming, procreating, trades, arts, war.
kids in ancient Greece often did house work like collecting water.
in ancient Greece was it peaceful or warlike? Peaceful in the sence they were a comunity and comunitys work on the basis of peace and war like in that ancient greace was often at war
Every four years.
It started in Ancient Greece. The Spartan women would do it often.
every four years
Men had to be fit and often had to go to war.
Of course there were, just as there were slaves all over the ancient world. Greece and Rome are often termed as being run by a "slave economy".
Yes. Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle were all philosophers from Ancient Greece, often referred to as "The Big Three." They are considered the Founders of Western Philosophy.
every four years in olympus
every 4 years just like now.
As monarchies, oligarchies, tyrannies or democracies, often in succession.
In ancient Greece, people believed white to be the color of purity. They wore it as often as they could.
The Ancient Olympic Games were held every four years, a tradition that continues in the modern era.
The man made cultural features of Ancient Greece were often temples or other homages to the gods. Examples are the Acropolis, the statue of Zeus at Olympia and the Temple of Artemis and Ephesus.
No, ancient Greeks did not have bathhouses. The Greeks did bathe however in large tubs that were often heated by coals.
In ancient Greece they had big amphitheaters and at them they told stories some were true and some were myths but often times these myths were sometimes the Greeks way of explaining natural things using their gods.
The Ancient Greek units of measurement often varied depending upon the epoch and location. The unit of length were often named after human body parts and the unit for weight was associated with currency.
Greece is for almost 80% of its surface covered by mountains which were at the time again covered with dense forests. This meant that ancient communities were largely isolated from each other. And this again led to the establishment of separate and often warring City-States instead of to a unified ancient Greece.
the ancient Olympics games were held once in 4 years. the time period was called as Olympiads & was only held in Olympia in Greece
Yes, they both did. Roads could be paved or more often than not, were just earthed or muddy tracks. In Ancient Rome, the responisbility of building roads was on the shoulders of the military.
There are several differences between ancient Greece and ancient Rome, though many often misconstrue them for being one and the same. They are both Mediterranean countries, but they differed in terms of their values, social hierarchy, and mythologies. In fact, they actually thrived at different times. Ancient Greece came first, flourishing during the fifth century B.C., and Rome became bigger hundreds of years after.
Ancient Greece at the latest (ie Helen of Troy), might be older than that. Greek-influnced ancient societies are often described as "hellenized".
Pyramids are often thought of as the tombs in ancient Egypt.
They are often based on mythological stories, for most people it's very interesting.
Greek life was dominated by religion and so it is not surprising that the temples of ancient Greece were the biggest and most beautiful.They also had a political purpose as they were often built to celebrate civic power and pride, or offer thanksgiving to the patron deity of a city for success in war.
It is a tool, often a shell, used to scrape off a layer of oil. This technique of cleansing the skin of dirt was popular in ancient Greece and Rome.
Greek lyric poetry often related the religious myths of the Greeks. Greek religion was based on mythology.
"A paean is a formal expression of praise, often a song (of celebration or triumph). "A hymn sung in ancient Greece is an example of a paean."
Hippocrates was a physician who lived in Ancient Greece during the Age of Pericles, also known as Classical Greece. He is often called the father of western medicine. His major contributions include founding the Hippocratic School of Medicine, which revolutionized ancient Greek medicine and established medicine as a distinct discipline and profession.
Yes. Greece had and has many earthquakes often.
very bad beaten often and if you are giong to ask if in different city-states to they were treated diff AP world history huh
Yes but not very often
Cupid is the Roman god of love, in ancient Greece Cupid was identified with the Greek god Eros. Eros was often said to be a son of Aphrodite and so Cupid or Amor became the son of the Roman goddess Venus.
Pots in ancient Greece were just lightly fired in a fire of dry weeds. The coiled kind of pot was often fired in a hotter fire, probably by being put in an open campfire or bonfire.
Ancient Greeks regarded beards in particular as a sign of masculinity so a clean shaven face was often times associated with effeminacy. Shaving was only done in times of mourning although they did trimmed their beards. ~ nkindianhobo ~
Egyptians were so good at preserving things that some of their things (and bodies) last until these very days!
In ancient Greece, the Owl was often associated with the goddess Athena who became associated witharts and wisdom, so owls also became associated with wisdom
They passed on literature, architecture and art, new words today are often derived from Greek words, eg para...., psycho...., phon...
The beginnings of Ancient Greece are typically located in the 12th century BC (or, BCE), although precise dates are impossible to give. The Greek Classical Age occurred between 500 and 350 BC (or, BCE), followed by the Hellenistic Period until approximately 150 BC (or, BCE) and then the period of Roman domination. The formal end of Ancient Greece is often tied to the closing of the Athenian Academy in 529 AD (or, CE).
Baklava is a deSSert (you eat it) in greece. There are no deSerts in greece. People often confuse dessert and desert.
Declining animal and human birth rates and failing harvests are the problems affecting Thebes in "Oedipus Rex" by Sophocles (495 B.C.E. - 405 B.C.E.). Specifically, there is a pestilence in Thebes. It is behaving as pestilences often do in ancient Greece: threatening the populations of all life forms and the production of crops. In ancient Greece, pestilences often are interpreted as divine pleasure over a human commission or omission in regard to the gods and… Read More
Slaves have been around for centuries and it still goes on. In ancient Greece and Rome slaves were taken, sold, and stolen as a part of life. Pirates had trade routes that they used to sell slaves. War often resulted in slavery. If a person didn't die in the war they often were taken as a slave. Ancient Rome was built by slaves.
She is an Ideal figure in ancient greece but does not have many weaknesses. Her only weakness that I can see is her loyalty to her husband because it makes her suffer and often weep. But she does stay strong and it does not affect her actions.
In ancient Greece at the annual festival playwrights competed to determine whose tragedy was the best. Audience participation was regarded as a civic duty. In ancient Rome jeering was common at the gladiator games. Audience participation often determined if a competitor lived or died.
First of all, you must know the enviorment of Ancient Greece. Ancient Greece was a flood a small city states , most notably Sparta and Athens. The main reason for a army is the reason why modern countries have armies too , to help prevent an invasion from other countries or to expand your power. Sparta especially needed a great army because of their slaves , a little konow fact. Sparta's slaves , called helots… Read More
The evil eye tattoo is often intended to be intimidating, and is meant to convey a sense of danger to those who look at it. The mythology surrounding the evil eyes dates back to ancient Greece.
In Greek Mythology Demeter is the goddess of harvest. She controls grains, the Earth's fertility, and the seasons. In ancient Greece harvesters often gave her offerings and prayed to her in hope of a good harvesting year.
they used young goats to throw in the water as bait, the crocodiles would go for them and they would use spears to kill the crocodiles there were often hippopotamuses in the water and the boats often disrupted them , the hippos would wake up and overturn the boats, the people on board would often drown or were hurt because the suvivers would throw spears to try and kill the animals but they would miss… Read More
It was out of the way in the far north of Greece, high, inaccessible and often shrouded in cloud. They marked it as the home of the gods. In their usual pragmatic way in regard to religion, they were happy to banish the gods there well away from their own normal life in central and southern Greece.
The winner was awarded an olive branch and often received much honour throughout Greece. He was especially honoured in his home town, where he was often granted large sums of money. Sculptors created statues of the winners and poets sang odes.