Golden Age of Greece

What was the Golden Age of Greece?

The Golden age of Greece was a period of time between the victory of Greece over Persia until the Peloponnesian war. In this particular period of time the city states of Greece obtained a high status in both culture and political constancy. Greece's Golden Age was also called the "Periclean Age" after the Athenian statesman Pericles. During this TIme Greece produced many famous philosophers and many important indiduals. Greece also excelled in many areas in this age.


Greece's areas of Excellence

Three areas Greece excelled in were Government,Drama and Philosophy. During this time, democracy was created in Athens. The Greek theater also saw some of its most famous playwrights in these years. Greece also produced many of its most famous philosophers who changed the way people though about and soled things during the Golden Age