Greece. Location. In Southeastern Europe Near Turkey, Macedonia, Bulgaria, and Albania 40°N, 25°E . Ancient Greece. Physical Geography of Greece. Part of the Balkan peninsula, which extends southward into the eastern Mediterranean Sea. Mountains divide the peninsula into isolated valleys.
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Population in each city-state was fairly small
Whole community joined in festivals honoring the gods
Thucydides wrote about an event he had lived through because he believed it will still have an impact years later.
As a group choose an event during your own lifetime that you think historians will write about 100 years from now.
Answer the following about the event (It will be collected):
- Why is this event important?
- Why should we remember it?
At the end of class we will discuss the events
Alexander the Great