Asked in Inventions, Ancient History, Phoenicia
What Phoenician inventions did the Greeks improve?
the Phoenicians invented the alphabet but then the Greeks adopted it form the Phoenicians and improved it by vowel addition. ...
Asked in Silk Road
What inventions were traded on the silk road?
inventions were not traded on the silk road. silk was traded on the silk road. the chineese were the only people who knew how to make silk and the greeks highly valued silk so the chineese traded the greeks for gold, and many fruits and flowers the chineese did not know how to grow. religous beliefs were also traded on the silk road. ...
Asked in Inventions, Board Games, Ancient Greece
Are inventions from Greeks still used today?
Yes, many inventions from the Greeks like concrete, the arch, the aqueduct, anchors, and dice, to name just a few, are still used today. Others, like the dioptra and the stentorophonic tube are not as "famous" and are not as frequently used by the public. ...