Julio Garcia,Saray Navarrete,Ana-Lisa Sanchez,Briley Wright

Time Span

800 BCE

Geographical Location

The Greeks live on a peninsula and they occupy the southern shoreline, which is called Attica. The Macedonians are another group that are settled in the northern territories. Attica is mainly rocky soil on steep mountains.
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Main Domesticated Animals

The main domesticated animals of Greco-Roman are pigs, goats, sheep, and chickens.

Main Food Source

  • They have poor soil so they had limited options. They barely grow food but they raise sheep and goats. Living near the coast gives them the advantage of fish and also trading with other groups.

  • Romans grow wheat, barley, oats, rye, grapes, and olives in their fertile river valley. Milk provides cheese and they have local fruit trees which provides apples, pears, and plums. Also, they harvest many vegetables, but no corn, potatoes, or tomatoes. For meat they have fish, oysters, chickens, ducks, geese, and pigs; they rarely consume cows. Salt, is controlled by the government and it is used to pay the soldiers.
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Scientific Advancements/ Achievements

    • The romans are known as the city of first. They developed techniques to build buildings, healthcare believing the people should get the medical help if needed. The twelve tablets which stated that a person is innocent until proven guilty, Public welfare also believing people should have the food and shelter they needed.

    • The Roman Colosseum captures the beauty of how the Romans build.

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Agriculture/geographic challenges

  • their territory was very poor with steep mountains which was difficult to grow crops on.

  • the forest cover was a plus for timber which was used to build Warships for the navy.

  • they were fortunate to find a very large silver deposit which made them very rich