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How many people lived in ancient greece-?

There is about 16,000 people that live in Ancient Greece. Greece has a little population.


Which is better ancient China or ancient Greece?

Ancient Greece, because majority of people per fer the food in Greece, then the food in China.


What were some weaknesses that ancient Greece had?

The people from ancient Greece were known for their height, or lack of. They were a particularly short people.


How did ideas get around in ancient Greece?

In ancient Greece ideas were mainly spread verbally. People talked about them.


Did people in ancient Greece have mirrors?

yes

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The Mycenaeans are the people who ruled the ancient Greece.


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How many people lived in ancient greece-?

There is about 16,000 people that live in Ancient Greece. Greece has a little population.


How does Cerberus the three headed dog affect the world today?

No, Greek mythology is the religion of the ancient people of Greece - not today.


Which is better ancient China or ancient Greece?

Ancient Greece, because majority of people per fer the food in Greece, then the food in China.


What were some weaknesses that ancient Greece had?

The people from ancient Greece were known for their height, or lack of. They were a particularly short people.


Who tended to divide rather than unify the people of ancient Greece?

The forms of government in ancient Greece tended to divide the people of Greece rather than unify them.


How did people adapt to their environment in ancient Greece?

They farmed, fished, traded, and did other trades and work according to their status and the location of their city-state.


Why were many people in ancient Greece traders or ship builders?

25. Why were many people in ancient Greece traders or ship builders?


How did ideas get around in ancient Greece?

In ancient Greece ideas were mainly spread verbally. People talked about them.


Who created school?

Socrates was "The Father of Education." The ancient Athenians (Greece) were the first people, historically, to actually teach students in a school-like environment.


How did the people of Greece adap to their environment?

they do everything