What was the name of Greece before was called Greece?
The name "Greece" is the English name for the country, the Greek name for the country (the original one) is "Helinika" (this is obviously not in the greek language but i made it as easy to pronounce as i could)
Matariki in Greece is called the Pleiades.
The name for the southern area of Greece is called the Peloponnesus. Greece also have hundreds of islands surrounding the mainland.
Collectively the city states in the area were called Greece.
the name of a short cape worn in ancient Greece is called a chlamys.
the lower part of greece is called peloponis if you have mr. sion this is the answer
The peninsula in the south of Greece is called the PELEPONNESUS.
It is called Athens
It was called the Agora.
In ancient Greece or Roma what was a woman believed to be an oracle or prophetess called?
Greek. Citizens of Greece are called Greeks.
They most likely lived near Greece, Italy. But it was before the stone age sothey never called it France, they called it Ancient Rome or Ancient Greece.
Yes it is. The name of the country is Greece. The language spoken there is Greek, and the people who live there are called Greeks.
Greece is a word used by the Romans. They called themselves Hellenic after Helen, a legendary ancestor.
It was called Italy even before the English language existed, so for which language is your question? The south of Italy was called the Great Greece by the Greeks. Does that help?
It had no official name before Rhodesia.
Morocco used to be part of the Roman Province of Mauretania Tingitana. When Morocco fell to the Islamic Caliphate, it was relabeled as the Maghreb, which means "the Western Region". The official name of Morocco in Arabic is still "Mamlakat al-Maghreb" or "The Kingdom of the Maghreb". The name "Morocco" came into Western languages from the capital city of Morocco under the Almoravids, Almohads, and Sa'adians: Marrakesh, which in Arabic is Morraksh.
Greece is called Greece from the word Graecia. This means the land of the Greeks. Graecia was used by the Romans.
The name of the content basketball before it was called basketball is Soccer ball
The people that are from Greece are called Greeks.
What is Ancient Greece called today
They were called the Hoosier Complex before changing their name to The Hoosiers.
The Greek name for Greece is "Hellas" (Ἑλλάς) or "Ellada" (Ελλάδα), so the name does not come from Greece itself. Rather it comes from the Roman encounters with the people of Epirus (the area of Greece that borders Albania) who were called "Graikos" (Γραικός) roughly two millennia ago. As a result, the Romans labelled all of the people in Epirus and those who had a similar culture as "Graecia" in Latin, from which we have… Read More
The first theatres were in ancient Greece where they were called "amphitheatres". They did not name particular amphitheatres in those days.
before they where called painface. Then Andres took that name.
The word Greek was used from the Latins. According to Mythology, it comes from Graekon, son of Defkalion and Pandora. Aristotle mentions that they were living in Greece and later were named Hellines. Hellas is the formal name of the country and Hellenas is the name for a Greek. It is used from 1000 BC non-stop. Inside Greece it is called Hellas,and this is the UN name. Because of the Roman Empire the term Greece… Read More
landless laborers in Greece are called
No. Vietnam has a former name called Dai Viet before it was called Vietnam.
He was born before Greece was establised.
Before the NFL they called it the AFL
It was originally held at Olympia in southern Greece in honour of the god Zeus.
Greece was around long before the birth of Christ.
The Olympics originated in Athens, formerly called Olympia. The name of the famous mountain in Greece is Mt Olympus.
It was called hoops.
The name of the temple to the Greek goddess Athena is called the Parthenon. It is located in Athens Greece on the Acropolis.
no there is athens
In ancient Greece, this type of covered colonnade was called a stoa. They were usually open-air structures used by the general public.
The full name of Greece is "The Hellenic Republic"
Nafplio (Ναύπλιο) was the capital of Greece before Athens, from 1821 to 1834.
There is no new or old name. There is a Latin name: Greece and a Greek name: HELLAS
It had no official name before Northern Rhodesia.
Taiwan was called Formosa before receiving its tittle as Taiwan.
It's named after a city in Greece that's 26 miles long.
Currently in Santorini there is a hotel called Ersi Villas to name but one of many.
In ancient Greece it could be called a paean.
Greece joined what was then called the European Economic Community, now called the European Union, in 1981.
The southern half of Greece is called the Peloponnese. This is a peninsula attached to mainland Greece by the Isthmus of Corinth.
The Olympic games in ancient Greece were originally named after the location of the games which was Olympia. Because of this the games were originally called the Olympiads.