Ancient Greece was a prosperous civilisation that lasted from approximately 800 BC to 600 AD.
GeographyAncient Greece was an empire that was situated around the Mediterranean Sea, Europe.
- The Persian War (5th Century BC)
- The War between Athens and Sparta.
- Macedonian war (war with Rome)
- The Trojan War.
The people had one major religion based around a set of gods, and myths to explain why natural events occurred.
They had Gods like Zeus and Heracles. Their Gods were similar to the Roman Gods.
- Alexander the Great.
- King Leonidas.
- General Themistocles.
- Clock Tower - 50 BC.
- Water Mill - 250 BC.
- Levers - 260 BC.
- Streets - 400 BC.
- Spiral Staircases - 470 - 480 BC.
- Cranes - 515 BC.
- Rut way - 600 BC.
- Pythagoras' theorem.
- The Abacus
- General Themistocles shot the arrow that killed King Darius, king of the Persians.
- King Leonidas led an army of 300 Spartans to fight the Persians in the battle of Thermopylae (As depicted in the movie and comic 300).
- The Greek soldiers defeated the Trojan army by sneaking into their main city inside the Trojan Horse