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Ancient Greece had 1500 city states. The capitol of Greece was Athens. Sparta was the best city state military wise.
1.Athens created Democracy

2.They believed in many gods

3.They had many great philosophers

4.They started the Olympics

5.They fought the Trojans in the Trojan war.
In Athen's (a city-state in Ancient Greece) they developed the first Democracy government. Sparta mainly focused on war. Ancient Greece city-states fought against the Trojans in the Trojan War and defeated them by making a wooden horse that the Trojan's thought to be a gift from the gods but at night Greeks sneaked out of the horse and attacked the Trojan's from the inside of the walls.

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They were the first Democracy, they influenced modern government, they contributed greatly to art, science, literature, and architecture. They influenced the Roman Empire, who influenced the American empire, they worshiped many gods including Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades. They were conquered by the Romans, they fought along side Sparta against the Persians, they were one of the first and most famous civilizations starting in 7th millennium BC. they started the Olympics, their capital was ans still is Athens.

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1) Many modern European languages such as English, French and Italian are all derivative from the Latin language.

2) Our Planets in the Solar System are well named after Roman Gods and Goddesses.

3) There was no mass culling of Christians in the Colosseum, as proven by the senate records.

4) The Colosseum is called that because of the Colossus that used to stand next to but is now destroyed. It was originally named the Flavian Amphitheatre (Latin: Amphitheatrvm Flavivm) after the Flavian emperors .

5) The American Republic system of Government is based on the Roman Republic.

6) There were two consuls in the Roman government.

7) Pompeii was destroyed by a volcano.

8) The Ancient Roman legend says that the city was founded by Romulus and Remus, two brothers raised by a female wolf. Romulus killed his brother and named the city after himself.

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Greece is the country where the Olympics were founded. The country is actually made up of many different islands, and is in Europe.

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They have had many kings

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