Ancient Greece

By: Alyssa Reynolds

Introduction

My project is about Ancient Greece. I researched about the beginning of Ancient Greece, daily life in the age of the Pericles, and how Greek culture survived. I learned about how Greek people lived and what they did. I also learned their ways of life and how Greek culture survived as long as it has. This is what you will see in the next 3 paragraphs.

The Beginning of Ancient greece

Ancient Greece began to tell its story around 1900-1600 B.C. The language shows the Greek people have branched to Europe speaking people.Paranes came 3-4 centuries later. Other tribes like the Aealians and Ionians lived on a island on the coast of Asia (Aealian sea). The people made pottery and paintings.

Daily Life in the Age of pericles

Athenians had very simple lives. They ate two meals a day that included bread, vegetable broth, fruit, wine, and cheese in place of meat. Thier two story houses were made out of sun dried brick and built on narrow streets. There was no chimney just a little hole in the roof above the kitchen. There were no windows on the first floor and there was no pluming. Woman stayed home to clean, weave, and do spinning. Their husbands were only seen at parties, public theater, and at religious festaviles.

How Greek Culture Survived

Barbarian invasians was a period in Greek learning that was preserved by christians. Christianity began to spread influenced by the Greeks. Romans barrowed art and science from the Greek. Modern science rests on Greek ideas of humankind captivity and solving promblems with rational methodes. During the Reaissance proved imputs fornart and literature. Hellenistic age ended by establishment of the Roman Empire in 31 B.C.

Conclusion

I researched the beginning of Ancient Greece, How Greek Culture Survived, and Daily Life in the Age of Pericles. I loved researching all of my topics. My favorite topic was Daily Life in the Age of Pericles. I enjoyed learning how they lived . I hope you like my Project as much as i do.

Reference

"ancient Greece." Britannica School. Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc., 2014. Web. 13 Feb. 2014.