Ancient Greece

By Drew Elwick


My research project was about Ancient Greece. My first topic was the beggining of Ancient Greece. I learned how the Greek culture was made. Second i did slavery in Ancient Greece. I learned about slavery in ancient times. My third parigraph was about how the Greek culture survived. I learned how the Romans passed the culture along.

The Beggining of Ancient Greece

This will tell how ancient greece was made. Ancient Greece began around 1900-1600bc. The ones who settled their first called themselves the Hellenes and where simple nomadic herdsmen. They came around the east of the Caspainian sea. The first invaders where the Achaeannas then came the Porians 3-4 centuries later. The Aegean Basin was a well diveloped sivilization who lived in cities and palicis and they defeatid the Hellenes. The Greek invaders where still in the barbarian age when they destroid the Aegean citys and they began to pick up some of their ways and culture.

Slavery in Ancient Greece

In this paragraph this is about slavery in an Ancient Greece. The Athenian state rested on slavery. About 2\5 of the population was slaves. Slavery was also a peculiar in institution. Kidnapping people in barbarian lands was a steady scource of slaves. The slaves had a chance to get free by paying for thier freedom. Some had greatfull masters who would let them go after a while.

How the Greek culture survived.

This will show how the Greek culture survived. The hellenistic age ended with the Roman empire. The Romans where influinced by the Greeks in many ways. The Greeks learning was resurved by where resurved by christians. In almost every way the pace of citys quickened tremendously. The Romans passed on the culter and religion by renaming thier gods.


So that was my presintation. I hoped you liked it. I learned alot about Ancient Greece. I found interesting facts in the beggining of Ancient Greece. I also learned alot about slavery in Ancient Greece and how the Greek culture servived.


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