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    • Ancient Greece
    • Geography of Ancient Greece
      • Civilizations we have studied so far have all depended on what?
      • Greece is different:
      No Major River
      • Located at the ________ corner of _________.
    • The Sea
      • Greece is tied to the sea, which means what?
      • Long Coastline with many bays and inlets.
      • -Result: Great Harbors
      • Being so close to the Sea:
      • -Result: Expert Sailors and Traders
    • The Sea
      • Most people leaved near Coast region.
      • -Rich Soil and mild climate good for ???
      • Things they grew:
    • Independent Communities
      • divided Greece into many
      • different regions.
      • Very Hard to Unify Greece
      • Result: Hard to travel to other regions
      • Result: Cities had own way of doing things.
    • Way of Life
      • Climate of Greece: Pleasant
      • Rains during: Winter Months
      • Hot, Dry: Summer Months
      • Outdoor way of life:
    • Two Early Greek Civilizations First Greek Civilization: Minoan Civilization
    • Minoan Civilization
    • Minoan Civilization
      • King Minos
      • Acquired wealth by: Trade
      • Famous for:
    • Mycenae
      • Most Powerful Greek City-State
      • Could defend itself against any attack
        • 20 foot thick walls surround city
      Major Action: Sent ships out to “plunder”