greek timeline


Trojan war

1194 bc - 1184 bc

The war sarted by the abduction of queen Helen. A bunch of trojans pile up in a giant wooden horse and jumped out for war, the war lasted a decade, the trojans won the war a hero was odyssues

messenian war

777 bc - 736 bc

The war started over a bombing. The Messenian War was the longest running war in ancient Greek history. Even though the war stopped and started over the centuries, hostilities between the states of Laconia and Messenia were constant, even to the point of Sparta officially declaring war on Messenia every year, regardless of their current relationship The very religious Spartans didn't want to give an excuse to the gods to disapprove of what Sparta was doing. sparta won a hero was arestomenes


499 bc - 449 bc

The other wars started this war. Athens and Sparta, both powerful Greek city-states, had fought as allies in the Greco-Persian Wars between 499 and 449 B.C. , sparta won the war, Nearly three decades of constant fighting left Athens bankrupt, exhausted, and demoralized. But Sparta and its allies were in no position to maintain an even harsher military hegemony over Greece. doesnt say a hero

persain war

492 bc - 449 bc

Athens gave assistince to lonians and that started war. the persains had the greatest army in bc, The Persian fleet landed at the Bay of Marathon, about 25 miles from the city of Athens. The Persians had a lot more soldiers, but they underestimated the fighting capability of the Greeks. The army of Athens routed the Persian army killing around 6,000 Persians and only losing 192 Greeks. a hero was julious ceaser

2nd persain war

480 bc - 479 bc

The war started when, xerxes wanted revenge after dariouses death. Ten years later, in 480 BC, the son of Darius I, King Xerxes, decided to get his revenge on the Greeks. He amassed a huge army of over 200,000 soldiers and 1,000 warships. a hero was king xerxes

Alexander the great

356 bc - 323 bc

he was one of historys greatest military minds, When Alexander was 13, Philip called on the great philosopher Aristotle to tutor his son. Aristotle sparked and fostered Alexander’s interest in literature, science, medicine and philosophy.