Earliest Age in Ancient Greek History
This age consisted of the EMIIA, EMIIB, MMIII.
When Cleopatra dies Ancient Greece ended.
State vs State war. Athens and the Delian League against Sparta and the Peloponnesian League
Mainly a State vs State War. Sparta against Thebes, Athens, Corinth, Argos supplied by Persia
Rome, Aetolian League, and Pergamon against Macedon
Fought between Rome, Pergamon, and Rhodes against Macedon.
Rome against Macedon.
Rome against Macedon.
Born in Lesbos, was a Greek poet.
Corinth was able to rival Athens and Thebes multiple times during Greece's Classical Age. They were the main exporter of all of Greece of black-figure pottery, pottery then depicates tales of anything.
Argos was a rival of Sparta for dominance over the Peloponnese.
This city has built it's own ports and frequently traded with the Aegean Islands. Later on it created a trade with mainland Greece.
It was a strategically important in multiple wars throughout Greece.
Delphi was a worship area dedicated to Apollo, god of light, harmony, and order, and Gaia, Grandmother Earth.
Was the capital of the Aramean Kingdom Bat-Zamani.
Founded by Greeks who came from the city of Argos
Founded by Aeolian colonists from Lesbos. In 348 BCE Aristotle came and married King Hermeias' niece.
This ancient city was where the Olympic games were created and later for over four centuries. Many city-states also took time off from war with each other in order to participate in the games.
They were able to establish a healthy trade with the people of Miletus.
The Argives destroyed the city because they helped the Spartans in the war against Argos.
Sparta was recognized as an overall leader of combined Greek forces throughout multiple wars. It's social system and constitution focused a lot on military training and excellence.
The Colony owned a temple dedicated to Dionysus, god of the grape harvest, wine-making, and wine.
This was the center of arts, learning, and philosophy. It is currently home of Plato's Akademia or University.
Originally a settlement of Dexarioi,l but later became a settlement of the Macedonians.
Can be translated into "Lady Moon".
Founded by Greek settlers from Syracuse.
Founded by Seleucus I Nicator, one of Alexander's generals. It bloomed and at it's peak rivaled Alexandria itself.
Thebes was a well thriving city. It at multiple points in time rivaled Athens itself and had many conflicts with them in multiple wars.
Founded by Alexander the great
The city was conquered by Alexander the Great and was later populated with descendants of Sparta.
Founded by Alexander the Great
Founded by Alexander the Great.
Founded in memory of Alexander the Great's horse.
Destroyed by Cassander, a Greek Hellenistic King
During 300 BCE one of Alexander's generals, Seleucus I Nicator, fortified the city from impending invasions.
Rebuilt by Prusias and named it after his wife, Apamea III.
Founded by the Seleucid Dynasty, one of the Hellenistic Kingdoms.
Democracy was introduced to the Greeks by an aristocrat.