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During the Classical period and the Golden Age in Athens Pericles was the major patron of art, architecture and literature. He infused the Athenian people with national pride and promoted larger production from tradesmen, craftsmen and artists.

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What was the classical period in Greece?

The classical period in Greece's history was most of the 5th and 4th centuries BCE.In this time Greek culture was dramatically advance and matured in the arts and architecture, and this culture was spread as Greek influence moved through the Mediterranean littoral.


What was the Classical age of Greece?

The Classical age of ancient Greece was when the Greek culture thrived.


What statement about the Greek classical era is false?

the classical Greek's did not believe in giving a human-like form to their gods.


How did the classical civilization of Rome develop?

There is not such a thing as Roman classical civilisation. There is not such a thing as classical civilisation either. The term is classical, period/age/era or classical antiquity. It refers to the cultural period in the history of the Mediterranean Sea when the culture of the Greeks and Romans became intermingled through the cultural influence of the former on the latter. It is therefore related to the Greco-Roman world. The Greeks also had a strong influence of the eastern part of the Roman Empire (the eastern Mediterranean) because they had ruled this area for several centuries before the arrival of the Romans. Greek was the lingual franca in this area. The education of Roman elite men was both in Latin and Greek and these men were fluent in Greek.


When did the Greece civilization begin and end?

The beginnings of Ancient Greece are typically located in the 12th century BC (or, BCE), although precise dates are impossible to give. The Greek Classical Age occurred between 500 and 350 BC (or, BCE), followed by the Hellenistic Period until approximately 150 BC (or, BCE) and then the period of Roman domination. The formal end of Ancient Greece is often tied to the closing of the Athenian Academy in 529 AD (or, CE).

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The classical period involved Greek and Roman scientists including Hippocrates, Aristotle, Theophrastus, and Galen.


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What was the primary difference between the philosophy of the Greek classical period and philosophy during the Hellenistic period?

Classical philosophy was centered in Athens; Hellenistic philosophy in Corinth.


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What is the time period the greek called Empedocles lived?

He was born in 490 BC and died in 430. He therefore lived in the 5th century BC, the Classical Greek Period.