Why Was it necessary for Greece to establish colonies?
In a pre-television age, the Greeks filled in their evenings by breeding prolifically. As each Greek city-state had very limited land, and each family had just enough for subsistence, it was not possible to split it up amongst several sons. So the surplus population was periodically shipped off around the Mediterranean and Black Sea coastlines to seize land and form new city-states. This ended up with over 2,000 cities spread from Massilia (today's Marseilles) in France and Tripolis (three cities- today's Tripoli) in Libya in the West to Asia Minor and southern Russia in the East.
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They wanted to establish colonies because the pilgrams were being killed by the indies Read More
Why did england wait until the 1600 to establish permanent colonies in America? Read More
Why did some of Massachusetts' colonists find it necessary to leave and establish other colonies in New England?
Some Massachusetts' colonists found it necessary to establish new colonies in New England because they did not agree with being labled as heretics and facing exile from the colony if they did not obey the laws, of required church attendance and regulated behavior, that were passed by John Winthrop, Massachusetts' first govenor, because of his and the Puritans strong religious beliefs. Read More
They established colonies in the Caribbean islands, Canada, and the thirteen colonies Read More
The motive for the French to establish colonies in Southeast Asia was that the French wanted to match the expansion of the British Empire. Read More
Europeans wished to establish colonies in the New World because they were hoping to get rich. They wanted the land, power, resources, and money. Read More
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They establish an empire by making colonies to increase wealth and power Read More
From about 900 BCE onwards, when overpopulation in the mainland cities exceeded the capacity of heir farmland, and it became necessary to send out the surplus population to found new cities for themselves. Read More
The furthest Greek colonies from Greece were on the IBERIAN PENINSULA where Spain is now. Read More
The seas surrounding ancient Greece influenced its development because they used the sea to establish colonies and trade with people from other lands. Read More
Improve the economy, and improve the labor shortage in the colonies. Read More
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The king of England wanted to establish colonies in the new land. Economic motives were behind the kings desire and willingness to spend money on colonizing. Read More
Spain established colonies for wealth and to convert people to christanity. Read More
The colonies in New England were the first to establish public schools. This is because they had been around the longest so they had larger populations of students who needed an education. Read More
England was slow to establish New World colonies because of their sneering contempt for the "savage" Natives, an attitude that they had carried on with them to the New World. Read More
They did this because they wanted to expand their terriotory. Read More
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What is the name of the minimum number of microorganisms necessary to enter the body and establish infection?
The minimum number of microorganisms necessary to enter through the portal of entry and establish infection is the infectious dose. Read More
the Minoan established colonies on the aegean island and in Greece and Asia minor Read More
Colonies are potentially a source of wealth and power for the colonizing nation. Read More
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