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Geography of Ancient Greece - 1 views

    • Sridhar U
       
      has adds but if you read it it is nice'
  • Forests
  • mountainous, with many gulfs and bays
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  • Greece, a country in southeastern Europe whose peninsula extends from the Balkans into the Mediterranean Sea
  • stony and suitable only for pasturage
  • It is convenient to divide ancient Greece into 3 geographical regions (plus islands and colonies): (1) Northern Greece, (2) Central Greece and (3) The Peloponnese.
  • Northern Greece consists of Epirus and Thessaly, separated by the Pindus mountain range
    • ben c
       
      I never knew Greece is a peninsula.
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    Information on Greece
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    A brief summary of geography about greece excluding the 3 regions
Achintya K

Greece Geography - 1 views

  • About 20% of Greece is made up of islands. Crete is a large island located in the Mediterranean Sea. It is a popular tourist area for its beautiful mountains, coastline, and many ancient ruins.
    • JI-Yoon K
       
      Greece is a beautiful place to visit!
  • Much of Greece is mountainous and rocky terrain, with the occasional plain.
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  • Pindus Mountains start in northern Greece and stretch south to the Gulf of Patra. In the southern part of Greece are the Peloponnesus Mountains.
  • people of Greece were one of the earliest civilizations
  • Greece is one of the oldest civilizations, dating back over 5000 years.
  • 10 million people.
    • Achintya K
       
      What is the most interesting key fact about Greece?
  • Most of the people in Greece live along the coast, or along rivers and harbors.
  • Athens.
  • Major cities
  • Athens, Patra, Piraeus, Larisa and Salonica.
    • Achintya K
       
      Figure out what are some historical highlights.
  • 51,000 square miles.
  • has many medieval churchs.
  • makes Greece a very popular tourist area.
  • well known for its sculptures, paintings, pottery, poetry and playwriting.
  • The land within Greece is not very productive for farming.
  • Greeks have struggled to build a strong economy.
  • standard of living in Greece is lower than other European countries.
  • Manufacturing
  • becoming one of the key industries.
  • Tourism
  • still has many ancient ruins, some over 4000 years old.
  • very important, particularly along the Aegean Sea coast.
  • farming includes wheat, fruits, vegetables, olives and grapes.
  • Some areas support goat and sheep ranching.
  • Fishing also continues to be an important industry.
  • Top of Page Ancient Greece is considered the birthplace of European civilization, dating back over 5000 years.
  • date back over 4000 years,
  • caves showing signs of life over 10,000 years ago.
  • ancient greek people may have come from northern Africa.
  • Ancient Greece produced many philosophers and scholars, such as Socrates and Plato.
  • contributed significantly to our current culture.
  • first democratic government
  • created
  • scientific principles
  • created
    • Achintya K
       
      What are a few things about greece?
  • mathematics.
  • contributed to the artistic community with Homer
  • wrote the Iliad and The Odyssey,
  • artisans creating sculptures, paintings, pottery, poetry and playwriting.
  • Competitive sports were a major part of Greek life. The first Olympic Games were held in Greece in 776 BC.
  • did not have a strong, unified military force.
  • ancient Greeks
  • an easy target for other invading people.
  • ancient times, Greece was conquered by the Romans. Others controlled Greece at various times. In the 15th century, the Turks invaded Greece and ruled for about 400 years. The Greeks finally got their independence in the early 1800s.
  • discovered
  • Two thirds of the population lives in urban areas such as Athens.
  • Greek culture is still heavily influenced by its ancient history.
  • Most of Greece has a mild climate. Summers are warm and dry, particularly in the southern coastal areas. Rain is heavy during the winter months, with some mountain areas getting snow.
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    i had no idea that 20 percent of greece is islands and is rockey with terrains
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    I really want to go to Greece
Chaehee Lee

Ancient Egypt for Kids - 0 views

    • Josh B
       
      Many links to different places to find many different things about Egypt
    • Yossi DuBow
       
      I think this a great website for learning about the Egyptian Culture.
    • Chaehee Lee
       
      Tells about daily life, afterlife, governemnt, and everything else you see down.
Zoe K

Ancient Greece - The British Museum - 1 views

    • Josh B
       
      Shows you artifacts of Ancient Greece
    • Chaehee Lee
       
      Tells about the things on the left.
    • Tyler M
       
      nice place to start
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    • Sridhar U
       
      covers many topics(see below)
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    The greeks had a big community.
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    about ancient greece
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