The Greek dark age was a period of Greek history that lasted from the Dorian invasion in 1100 BC to the first signs of the Greek poleis which occurred in the 9th century BC. There was a lack of architectural structures built during this time.
Greek culture spread as far as southern Italy, Sicily, and the Mediterranean coast of France(Nice), and eastward throughout the coast of Asia Minor. Later, with Alexander the Great, it spread into Mesopotamia and northern Egypt.
During the Hellenistic Period (roughly the fourth century BC through the first century BC) Greek culture spread throughout the Mediterranean, first by Alexander the Great's conquest, then by the Roman empire.
What are the important elements of Greek culture
It populated the Peloponnese, then over-populated it, and so the Dorian city-states sent out colonies around the Mediterranean littoral.
Alexander the great spread Greek culture throughout the Mediterranean world
Aeolian, Achaean, Dorian and Ionian.
He was Greek and Greek was his culture
The greek culture and ideas spread across Europe, from Alexandra the Great conquering, and trying to make the largest empire. Where ever he conquered Greek culture was spread
What was two thing spurred industry and the spread of Greek culture
He sent notes to people
Alexander of Macedonia became a pharoah in Egypt and spread Greek culture to Egypt. He then went to Rome and spread the Greed culture there. Eventually he spread Greek culture around the Medditereanian sea and died of malaria, a disease caused by mosquitos.
Greek culture was spread through conquering of neighboring countries.
They Spread Their Vaginas then the culture Changed
Through his poetry and ways of thinking
He tried to spread it in the Middle East.