Geography of Ancient Greece Aim/Goal: How did geography affect the development of Ancient Greece? Do Now: Write a brief description of the geography of.

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<p>Ancient Greece</p> <p>Geography of Ancient GreeceAim/Goal: How did geography affect the development of Ancient Greece?Do Now: Write a brief description of the geography of NYC. And suggest two way in which it has influenced our culture.Homework: The life and death of one citizen frequently leads to the birth and growth of another. In two paragraphs, describe how the life and death of Minoan and Mycenaean civilization led to the birth of Greek civilization. 1Geography</p> <p>Greece is a peninsula about the size of Louisiana in the Mediterranean Sea.Its very close to Egypt, the Persian empire (includes Turkey) and Rome.2Greek geographyGreece is mountainousGreek communities often times developed independently because of the mountains, thus they were diverseAs a result, they fought each other a lot.</p> <p>3Technology results from necessity</p> <p>Since Greek coastal cities were sandwiched between the ocean and the sea, they developed an awesome navy for trading and fighting.</p> <p>4Technology results from scarcityAll cities need fresh water. This is a Greek aqueduct, basically a brick water pipe.The first aqueduct was Assyrian, but most ancient societies had them.</p> <p>5Terracing saves water and soil in mountainous environments</p> <p>6Greek religion was polytheistic.</p> <p>7</p>

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