It is important to remember that the Greek world was a collection of separate city-states as opposed to its modern form. Each city had its own government, army, navy and other such institutions, and as a result there was never a true Greek Empire. Though they did occasionally unite (such as to fight the Persians), mostly they were at war with each other and using countries such as Macedonia as allies. Sparta built up one of the longest empires in the Greek world, attaining control of the Peloponnesian peninsula.
The Athenian Empire was created via unification of individual Greek city-states and micro-states for the common purpose of defending Greece and driving the Persians out of Greeks. Founded 478 BC and dissolved in 404 BC, at the end of the Peloponnesian Wars due largely to poor organisation and leadership.
The Macedonian Empire (not to be confused with the modern nation that was renamed from Vardarska to Macedonia by Tito at the end of the second world war), which is also the empire that is commonly known as the Greek Empire or the Hellenic Empire was created in 808 BC largely by unification for mutual benefit at the north coast of the Aegean Sea, and was conquered by the Roman Empire in 146 BC.
The Byzantine Empire, which was known as both the Second Roman Empire and the Second Greek Empire (the first referring to the Macedonian Empire), was originally known as the Eastern Roman Empire, as the Roman Empire had become too large to manage and was split off into two halves. Rome was split off into the two halves in 286 AD. The Eastern Roman Empire is thought to have been largely Hellenised by the time the empire was split, and was pretty much officially Hellenised by 620 AD, under the rule of Heraclius (in power from 610 AD to 641 AD) when the language of the now Byzantine Empire was changed from Latin to Greek. The Byzantine Empire reached it's peak under the Macedonian Dynasty (roughly 800 - 1000 AD) (note again, Macedonian as in Greek Macedonian, not as in Vardarskan), which also happened to be a time of major renaissance of the Greek Culture within the Byzantine Empire. The Byzantine Empire fell in the famous year of 1453, when the Ottoman Turks (I specify Ottoman as there were other Turks such as the Seljuk Turks, Uzbek Turks, and Huns) brought down the walls of Constantinople with the never-before-seen Abus Guns, which were essentially some of the first Cannons in Europe/Anatolia.
the greek empire started in 336 b.c. by Alexander the great and ended in 55 b.c.
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Started as Latin, later became Greek
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There never was a "Greek empire".
The Greek empire was before the roman empire.
The Greek Empire was first overtaken by the Spartans. Then, the Roman Empire defeated the Greeks and the Greek Empire no longer existed.
the capital of the greek eastern empire
There never was a Greek empire.
No. There was never a Greek empire to begin with. The heyday of Greek culture was before the Romans.
the capital of the greek eastern empire is Byzatine
There was no Greek empire. The Greek world comprised hundreds of independent city-states.
There was no Greek empire to destroy. The Greek world comprised over 2,000 independent city-states. They were eventually absorbed into the Roman Empire.
Persia tried to include the Greek city-states in its empire to bring peace to the eastern Mediterranean.
There was no Greek empire. Greece was hundreds of independent city-states.
beacuse greek empire was the first to rule the world
Your question does not make sense. What does dividing an empire into Greek mean?
The Eastern Roman Empire is known as the Byzantine Empireor as the Greek-Byzantine Empire for their use of the Greek language.
Alexander the Great. There was no Greek empire, Alexander was hegemon (leader) of a confederation of Greek states. He was King of Macedonia, and later of the Perian empire.
The only Greek Empire was the one created by Alexander the Great. It was not a successful empire, as it did not survive his death.
The Greeks did not have an empire,
The Roman Empire was definitely divided into a Western and Eastern Roman Empire in 395 AD. From then on, and especially after the fall of the Western Roman Empire in 476, The Eastern Roman Empire was basically Greek. Greek culture permeated the Byzantine empire. The Byzantine Empire WAS essentially a Greek Empire.
The Greek eastern part of the Roman empire is known as the Byzantine, or Byzantine Empire.
The Greek world comprised over 2,000 independent city-states. There was no Greek Empire.
There was no Greek empire - the Greek world was a collection of over 2,000 independent city-states. King Alexander of Macedonia took controp of the mainland Greek cities, then invaded the Persian Empire and took it over.