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Ancient Greece
Where in the world is Greece?

What continent is it located on?
Ancient Greece is located in
Europe
Where is
Greece located
in Europe?
What can you tell about the
geography of Ancient Greece?

Look at
the
Elevation
Key
What can we conclude about the
geography of Ancient Greece?
Greece has a lot of coastline. In fact it is
made up of penins...
The land in
Greece is
covered with
rocky, hilly land
and several
mountain ranges
that make 90
percent of the
land unfarmab...
The Mediterranean Sea bordered Greece
and other ancient civilizations
Based on its geography, what was
the Ancient Greek economy?
It could develop agriculture suited to its
environment

Which ...
Grapes were well-suited
to grow in rocky soil
because of woody vines.
Olives grew well
along the hillsides
Wheat and
barley
could be
grown on
along the
coast or in
Sicily, but
not enough
to feed its
people.
Sheep and goats were herded on rocky hillsides.
And what could they get
from the seas?
Fish,
Fish,
And more Fish.
Since agriculture could not keep up as the
population grew, what could the Greeks do?
Trade across the Mediterranean Sea

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  1. 1. Ancient Greece Where in the world is Greece? What continent is it located on?
  2. 2. Ancient Greece is located in Europe Where is Greece located in Europe?
  3. 3. What can you tell about the geography of Ancient Greece? Look at the Elevation Key
  4. 4. What can we conclude about the geography of Ancient Greece? Greece has a lot of coastline. In fact it is made up of peninsulas and more than 400 islands. Island of Cyprus
  5. 5. The land in Greece is covered with rocky, hilly land and several mountain ranges that make 90 percent of the land unfarmable.
  6. 6. The Mediterranean Sea bordered Greece and other ancient civilizations
  7. 7. Based on its geography, what was the Ancient Greek economy? It could develop agriculture suited to its environment Which was…
  8. 8. Grapes were well-suited to grow in rocky soil because of woody vines.
  9. 9. Olives grew well along the hillsides
  10. 10. Wheat and barley could be grown on along the coast or in Sicily, but not enough to feed its people.
  11. 11. Sheep and goats were herded on rocky hillsides.
  12. 12. And what could they get from the seas? Fish, Fish, And more Fish.
  13. 13. Since agriculture could not keep up as the population grew, what could the Greeks do? Trade across the Mediterranean Sea Begin colonies in new lands

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