Ancient Greece

The story behind ancient Greek Myths

When the Greek society flourished

The gods of Greece had a low supply of food and water, making the gods starve of hunger. The Greek society flourished between 1600 BC and 1100 BC.

Major Components of the Greek economy

A Greek philosopher, Aristotle, divided the Greek government into monarchies, oligarchies, tyrannies, and democracies.

The Religion of Greece

The Greek religion had no name, but a near term was eusebeia which translated to "peity". They did rituals, practices and many more for their religion. They had many beliefs.

Importance of Art and Architecture

The gods and people of Greece made sculptures, pottery, and temples, making a fundamental principal of Greek culture, "arete". Greek art emphasized achievements of humans.

Different Classes

A class was like a rank. The best class were wealthy, had more property, and had the best land possible. There is also a second class, which were poor among others and lived far away from cities.

Important Figures of Greece

The most important figure in Greece goes by the name of Socrates. There were 10 main important figures of Greece, including Socrates. They were important because of how influential they are to other people of Greece. The figures had a big amount of impact they had to their enviorment

Significant Historical Events of Greece

In 3000 B.C., major civilization begins in the island of Crete. In 1550 B.C., culture starts to develop in Greece mainland, they began to speak and communicate to one another. In 776 B.C., The first Olympic Games are held at Olympia. The winning athletes receive an olive-branch crown, a symbol of honor.

Summary

Greece was a very significant B.C civilization. They were intelligent for their time and create amazing art and sculptures and beliefs. They had classes, wealth, important figures, and cities.