Ancient greece



2600 BC - 1100 BC

An Aegean bronze age civilization on the island of Crete and other Aegean islands which flourished from about 2600 to 1100BC


1650 BC - 1200 BC

First People to speak Greek language

Trojan War

1250 BCE - 1,184 BCE

Paris of troy took Helen the queen of Sparta from Menelaus from him the Trojan war had began

Dark Ages greece

1100 BC - 800 BC

Period of Greek history from the end of the Mycenaean palatial civilization around 1100 BC to the first signs of the Greek poleis


580 B.C. - 570 B.C.

Ionian Greek philosopher, Mathematician, and dative founder of the Pythagorean movement

Persian war

499 BC

series of conflicts between the achaemenid empire of Persia and Greek city states that started in 499 BC and lasted until 499 BC, The Persians and their King Darius wanted to conquer Greece more than anything

Battle of Marathon

490 BC

During the first Persian invasion of Greece. It was a fought between the citizens and Athens, aided by Plataea, a Persian force commanded by Datis and Artaphernes

Battle of Thermopylae

480 BC - 479 BC

Fought between an alliance of Greek City States, led by king Leonides of Sparta and the Persian empire of Xerxes 1 over the course of three days


470 BC - 399 BC

Classical Greek Philosopher created as one of the western philosophy

Peloponnesian War

431 BC - 404 BC

The war between Sparta and Athens, the Spartans won the war and hegemony over Athens and its Allies


427 BC - 347 BC

Philosopher in classical Greece and the founder of the academy in Athens, first institution of the higher western world, Considered the best of the 3 student of Socrates


384 BC - 322 BC

Ancient Greek philosopher and scientist porn in the city of staging, Chalice, on the northern periphery of classical Greece

Alexander the Great

356 BCE - 323 BCE

Macedon, commonly known as Alexander the great, was a king of the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedon and a member of the prudent, He Spread science, philosophy, Art, Literature throughout the ancient war


332 BC - 326 BC

One of the most successful military commanders of all time, undefeated in battle, fought by king Alexander 3 of Macedon, Controlled Syria, Palestine, and Egypt. Built Alexandria in Egypt as Greek Capital, It was the 1st in a series of cites named for Alexander

Hellenistic Era

323 BCE - 30 BCE

Covers the period of Ancient Greek History and Mediterranean history between the death of Alexander the great in 323 BC and the Roman empire

Death of Alexander

June 323 BC - 323 BC

Babylon, Iraq is where he was buried, He died and the age of 32 because of a bad fever

Philip II

1556 - 1598

Was a king of Spain, king of Portugal, king of maples and Sicily and sure hubris king of England and Ireland. The father of Alexander the Great, conquered Greek, Unified Greek, Assassinated so that Alexander could take the throne