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Greeks. By: Elexus Spann and Paige Hollingsworth. Their Religion. They practiced Paganism. Since this religion had many gods they were considered polytheistic. Names of some of their gods and goddess: Aphrodite, Apollo, Athena, Hera, Hermes, Poseidon, Zeus, Dione, Cronus, and Metis.

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greeks

Greeks

By: Elexus Spann and Paige Hollingsworth

their religion
Their Religion
  • They practiced Paganism. Since this religion had many gods they were considered polytheistic.
  • Names of some of their gods and goddess: Aphrodite, Apollo, Athena, Hera, Hermes, Poseidon, Zeus, Dione, Cronus, and Metis.
greek wars
Greek Wars
  • Ionian Revolt
  • First Persian War
  • Peloponnesian War
  • Archidamian War
  • Decelean War
greek rulers
Greek Rulers
  • Alexander I 496–454 B.C.
  • Perdikkas II 454–413 B.C.
  • Archelaos I 413–399 B.C.
  • Aeropos II 398–395 B.C.
  • Amyntas II 395–394 B.C.
  • Amyntas III 393–370 B.C.
  • Perdiccas III 365–359 B.C.
  • Philip II 360/59–336 B.C.
neolithic period 6000 2900 bc
NEOLITHIC PERIOD (6000 - 2900 BC)
  • They introduced pottery and animal husbandry in Greece.
  • The economy of the region became steady with organized and methodical farming, stock rearing and, bartering and sculptures like pottery.
mycenaean age 600 1100 bc
MYCENAEAN AGE (600 - 1100 BC)
  • Mycenae site is located in the Peloponnese, Southern Greece.
  • The Mycenaeans also inhabited the ruins of Knossos on Crete, which was a major city during the Minoan era. Mycenaean and Minoan art melded, forming a cultural amalgamation that is found on Crete (figurines, sculptures and pottery).
hellenistic period 336 146 bc
Hellenistic Period (336-146 BC)
  • During this period Greece produced great literature, poetry, philosophy, drama, and art, the Hellenistic age "Hellenized" the world.
  • This was a new idea, exporting culture, and more than anything else this exporting of culture would deeply influence all the civilizations and cultures that would later erupt from this soil: the Romans, the Christians, the Jewish Diaspora, and Islam.
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