Hercles was the major leader of the ancient Greece society
Every year 50 council men were voted. In early ancient Greece democracy the major leaders were voted every 10 years then it was reduced to 6 years and finally reduced more to just one year.
they had a lot of leaders, but Alexander the great was one major one
This cannot be answered correctly. There are no cities left in the ancient Greece.
They were chosen by all men voting. they all go into parliment and vote for major laws and their leader about every few months........
Athens and Sparta
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The Minoan in Crete and the Mycenaean in southern mainland Greece
Athens and Sparta.
Ancient Greece actually didn't have definite rulers. Greece itself was a collection of many states, the major one being Athens. Athens is known for having its council of 500, the first major democracy in which all free men could play a part in the government. Until the end, Athens was the main leader of Greece so the democracy was very much the leading power of Greece. After Greece was conquered, Alexander the Great was pretty much the leader of Greece in that way. He took over Greece but allowed it to remain, spreading Greek culture around the world because he admired it.
architecture, statues, art
The Mediterranean Sea
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There were many ancient Greek gods borrowed by the Romans. Eleven of the major gods adopted by the Romans form ancient Greece include:Phoebus Apollo, Venus, Mars, Minerva, Pluto, Juno,Sol, Mercury, Neptune, Jupiter, and Ceres.
They were a major power amongst the Greek city-states.
Mesopotamia, Egypt, India, China, or Rome/Greece
Volcanic activity and its associated effects of earthquakes, tidal waves, ash clouds etc. is a major factor in the geographic form of Greece and any other island nation.
There could of been many things that had an impact on the ancient world. Greece has a major impact in the ancient times from their math and science styles.
Ionic, Doric, and Corinthian columns
The Persian invasion, the Peloponnesian War between the alliances led by Sparta and Athens, and the conquest of Greece by Macedonia.