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Spread of Greek Culture and Alexander the Great. Minoan . One of the first Greek Civilizations 2700BCE to 1450BCE Ended with the Mycenaean's. Mycenaeans. Invaded Greece from land Time of Homer Followed by Dark Ages Decrease in literacy and culture. Rise of City-States. Around 1000BCE

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minoan
Minoan
  • One of the first Greek Civilizations
  • 2700BCE to 1450BCE
  • Ended with the Mycenaean's
mycenaeans
Mycenaeans
  • Invaded Greece from land
  • Time of Homer
  • Followed by Dark Ages
    • Decrease in literacy and culture
rise of city states
Rise of City-States
  • Around 1000BCE
  • Athens and Sparta along with the other city-states defeated the Persians and then fought one another.
alexander the great
Alexander the Great
  • Was born to King Phillip II of Macedon
  • Tutored by Aristotle
  • Conquered Egypt, Persia, and as far east as India
hellenistic culture
Hellenistic Culture
  • The Period after Alexander’s death until Roman conquest
  • His kingdom was divided up into four parts
  • Cities like Alexandria and Antioch flourished as centers of learning after Alexander’s death.
venn diagram spread of greek culture
Venn Diagram Spread of Greek Culture

Greek city-states are

part of land islands

City-states compete

Largest empire

encompasses

The Aegean Sea

Both start in Greece

Both make legendary

contributions

To today’s society

in knowledge

Alexander the Great

Unites Greece

Conquers as far as

Egypt and Persia

Sets up large centers

For learning

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