What three areas was a great time of advancement for the fifth century BC in Greece?

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What great leader from ancient Macedonia conquered the rest of Greece in the 300's BC?

Philip II of Macedonia but as a Greek himself he never conqueredGreeks or Greece in the context that this loaded question implies.Philip II united Greece (Hellas), under Macedonian Hegemony andtogether they conquered Persia. Quote: It is difficult to imagine thatPhilip II's policy toward Greece wa ( Full Answer )

What great leader from ancient Macedonia conquered Greece in the 300's BC and became the ruler of Europe's first great empire?

Alexander the Great became the ruler of Europe's first empire butit was his father that united Greece under Macedonian hegemony withplans for a campaign to liberate the Greeks of Asia Minor fromPersian yoke under his leadership. Whenever a Greek state became supreme, that supremacy entailed thedepre ( Full Answer )

What were the three most significant events in Greece in the fifth century BC?

The three most significant events in Greece in the 5th century BCE are: A/ The first Persian - Greek war at 490 BCE - Persian leader Darius I who was defeated by the Greeks at the battle of Marathon by the army of the Athenians and Plataeans under the leadership of Miltiades. B/ The second Per ( Full Answer )

In which century BC was the golden age of Greece?

Any civilization's Golden Age is deep in its mythical past immemorial. The Golden Age of the Greeks probably refers to the late Stone Age, before the invention of metal weapons.

Why was the time around 600 BC called the Dark Age in Greece?

well as i found in my history book it was because : overseas trade slowed and poverty took hold. Farmers grew only enough food to meet their own family's needs. People also stopped teaching others how 2 write or do craftwork. Also Greeks had forgotten their written language and how 2 make many thing ( Full Answer )

What kind of government did Greece have in eighth century BC?

Much of the background of The Iliad which, although setin the 12th Century BCE, was actually written down in the later 8thCentury BCE after cursive writing was introduced, and containsreflections of real 8th Century conditions in Greece. This gives clues on the political structure of the second h ( Full Answer )

What problems did the three fifths Compromise and the Great Compromise solve?

it solved the issue of how people were going to be represented in government. the three fifths compromise stated that three out of five southern blacks would count as people, and the great compromise set up the bicameral houses of legislation. the house representation based on population, and the se ( Full Answer )

The Great Compromise and the Three-Fifths agreed to what?

The great compromise was a plan thought of by Roger Sherman during the constitutional convention. The small and large states were debating over whether places in the legislature would be awarded based on population. The large states wanted it to be based on population so that they would have more re ( Full Answer )

What is three thirds times 2 fifths?

Answer: 3/3x 2/5=90/15. How To solve the problem: 3/3 x 2/5 1. Find the GCM (Greatest Common Multiple) (3)3,6,9,12,15-(5)5,10,15= 15 2.Multiple 3X5=15,Then Multiple the top number(3)by 5=15Combined=15/15 3.Multiple 5X3=15,Then Multiple the top number(2) by 3=6 Combined=6/15 4.Multiple the two ( Full Answer )

Why did the Senate vote to establish a republic and never again allow a king to rule Rome during fifth century BC?

He was a tyrant and was violent against the Romans. That is one reason for the abolishment of the monarchy. The Romans established the republic to avoid this tyranny of a one man rule. However you should know that there was no senate in the time of the kings. The senate was the group of patricians l ( Full Answer )

Who wrote the history of Greece in the forth century bc?

Ephorus of Cyme (in Asia Minor) in the 4th CenturyBCE wrote a universal history of Greece from the Dorian conquest to340 BCE in 29 books. His son Demophilus added a 30th book.Unfortunately most has not survived - we have excerpts andquotations. He is credited with being the first to write a univer ( Full Answer )

Who conquered Greece in the 4th Century BC?

Phillip II of Macedonia. After his assassination, his young sonAlexander had to put down an uprising before he went off to Asia tocarry out his father's planned takeover of the Persian Empire.

What is three and three fourths times two and four fifths?

This can be solved in two (or three) steps. 1. Convert each of the fraction to an improper fraction. 2. Multiply the numerators - put the answer into the numerator of the result. Similar with the denominators. 3. Simplify the result. (You can also simplify before doing the actual multiplication).

What is the answer to one half times five and three fifths?

The answer to one half times five and three fifths is 2.8. To make it easier, take the fraction of three fifths, and convert it into decimal form, which is 0.6. Add 5 to that. Take the fraction of one half and convert that into decimal form, which is 0.5. Now multiply 0.5 and 5.6, and you get your a ( Full Answer )

Why was 5th century BC a great time for Greece?

It was a great time for endless wars and slaughter and all thedisaster and deprivation which comes with it. There were also windows of cultural advancement in art, the arts,building and philosophy.

What percent of Athenians were citizens in the fifth century BC?

The population grew to about 250,000. Nearly a third wereslaves, and 10,000 resident aliens, leaving 170,000. . Citizens were males over 18 years who had been accepted into oneof the ten tribes. This would indicate, allowing for wives andchildren, a citizenship of about 35,000 at its peak. This mat ( Full Answer )

Athens and Sparta were two great city-states in ancient Greece and they were often in conflict. What was the cause of the Peloponnesian War in the 5th century BC?

After the Persian Empire agreed to peace, Athens turned the DelianLeague of 180 city-states, which it lad against Persia in thelatter stages of the war, into an empire of fits own. It used thisfinancial and military power to stand over other city statesoutside its empire, seeking to dominate the Gre ( Full Answer )

What is three fourths times three fifths?

To multiple fractions multiply the numerators together and multiplythe denominators together: 3/4 × 3/5 = (3×3)/(4×5) = 9/20 nine twentieth 3/4 x 3/5 = 3x3 / 4x5 = 9/20

What great leader from Macedonia conquered Greece in the 300s BC and became the ruler of Europe's first great empire?

Alexander the Great became the ruler of Europe's first empire butit was his father that united Greece under Macedonian hegemony withplans for a campaign to liberate the Greeks of Asia Minor fromPersian yoke under his leadership. Whenever a Greek state became supreme, that supremacy entailed thedepre ( Full Answer )

What is three-fifths times two thirds?

3 / 5 x 2 / 3 = 3x2 / 5x3 = 6 / 15 = 2 / 5 or 3 / 5 = 1 / 5 + 1 / 5 + 1 / 5 so two thirds of them is 1 / 5 + 1 / 5 = 2 / 5