It is to the north-east of the Aegean Sea, linked to it by the strait of the Dardanelles.
Ancient Thrace corresponds to an area that today would cover Southern Bulgaria, North Eastern Greece and European Turkey.
The ancient Romans annexed the kingdom of Macedon, which was the largest and the dominant Greek state in mainland Greece. It covered the north and north-east of Greece. It became the Roman Province of Macedonia. The Romans also conquered the area which is the present day Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (to the north of Greece). It became, together with central and southern Serbia, part of the Roman Province of Moesia Superior.
Dionysos, Greece, village in Attica, Greece, north of Athens
Cleopatra ruled over all of ancient Egypt, which is roughly comparable with today's Egypt. She was a member of the ruling Ptolemaic dynasty, which had its origins in ancient Macedonia, north of Greece. But she was herself born and raised in Egypt. If you mean: what was her usual royal residence, the answer is Alexandria.
An ancient region of Greece north of Attica and the Gulf of Corinth.
Ancient greece has 4 main boundaries the north, south , east , and west.
Macedonia, a region north of Greece.
No, Macedonia is actually in Greece. It's the biggest in size and second most populous region and it is located in North Greece.
The region that France controlled is called SOUTH AMERICA
North of the ancient Greek kingdoms of Macedonia and Epirus (Greece) were the foreign kingdoms of Paeonia, Dardania to the north and to the west Illyria.
north East of Nubia
the north china plain
They Traded The North Sea And The East Super