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What was the population in ancient Greece?

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Ancient Greece was a democracy, just as the US is today (however, Ancient Greece was somewhat a direct democracy while the US is a representative democracy, which is a system based off the Romans). The US also has a considerably high Greek and Greek speaking population, as of course, did Ancient Greece. Ancient Greece had, as the US partially does today (on the Pacific Coast), a Mediterranean climate. The Olympics were a sporting event from Ancient Greece and has been modernized, which the US participates and dominates in (specifically the Summer Olympics).


Ancient Greece was a democracy, just as the US is today (however, Ancient Greece was somewhat a direct democracy while the US is a representative democracy, which is a system based off the Romans). The US also has a considerably high Greek and Greek speaking population, as of course, did Ancient Greece. Ancient Greece had, as the US partially does today (on the Pacific Coast), a Mediterranean climate. The Olympics were a sporting event from Ancient Greece and has been modernized, which the US participates and dominates in (specifically the Summer Olympics).


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The population of ancient Greece increased by a factor larger than ten during the period from 800 BC to 400 BC, increasing from a population of 800,000 to a total estimated population of 10 to 13 million, according to wikipedia. It really depends though on the geographical and temporal extent under consideration. In it's prime, it has been suggested that along with the colonies Greece had a population much higher than modern Greece, although it is hard to suggest a figure.



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