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Classical Studies
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CLAA06H3
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Jessica Higgins

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Acient Myth II- Greece and Rome- Lecture 1
A Brief Introduction to Ancient Greece
- mountainous and dry landscape : rocky, hilly, not a lot of grass
- rivers too narrow to navigate by boat
- major crops grown: wheat, barley
- Olive trees and grapes grew abundantly
- goats, sheep, pigs; cows are rare due to lack of pastureland; horses rare and prestigious->
had to have the best kind of land to keep the horse
- Regions- map on p.19
- Boeotia= cow land
- Attica
- Peloponnesus (a peninsula) with several regions-Achaea, Elis, Arcadia< Argolis,
messsenia, laconia
- Euboea an island east of the mainland
etc.
natural resources of Greece
- silver in Attica (laurium)
- Iron in Laconia
- clay and limestone in Euboea
- traded overseas with Asia Minor etc.
Early/Middle Bronze Age
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Acient Myth II- Greece and Rome- Lecture 1 A Brief Introduction to Ancient Greece - mountainous and dry landscape : rocky, hilly, not a lot of grass - rivers too narrow to navigate by boat - major crops grown: wheat, barley - Olive trees and grapes grew abundantly - goats, sheep, pigs; cows are rare due to lack of pastureland; horses rare and prestigious-> had to have the best kind of land to keep the horse - Regions- map on p.19 - Boeotia= cow land - Attica - Peloponnesus (a peninsula) with several regions-Achaea, Elis, Arcadia< Argolis, messsenia, laconia - Euboea an island east of the mainland etc. natural resources of Greece - silver in Attica (laurium) - Iron in Laconia - clay and limestone in Euboea - traded overseas with Asia Minor etc. EarlyMiddle Bronze Age www.notesolution.com
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