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Ancient Greece has, over the 2500 years since it has ceased to thrive, been considered ‘the birthplace of Western civilization. The Ancient Greeks created a way of living that many other civilizations were inspired by. It was the Ancient Greeks that planted the concept of democracy, created the Olympic Games, and built colossal structures such as the Parthenon. Through the Ancient Greeks’ concepts of warfare, democracy, and religious beliefs involved in the construction of the Parthenon, it can be concluded that Ancient Greece was an entrepreneurial, intelligent and powerful ancient civilization.

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Ancient Greece Acropolis of Athens Europe Athens Greek culture Conversion of non-Christian places of worship into churches Parthenon Classical Athens Pericles Delian League Battle of Marathon Greco-Persian Wars
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Figure 1 - Parthenon (Greek-islands.us, 2014) ________________ Figure 2 - Statue of Pericles (Theacropolismuseum.gr, 2014) ANCIENT GREECE Ancient Greece has, over the 2500 years since it has ceased to thrive, been considered ‘the birthplace of Western civilization. The Ancient Greeks created a way of living that many other civilizations were inspired by. It was the Ancient Greeks that planted the concept of democracy, created the Olympic Games, and built colossal structures such as the Parthenon. Through the Ancient Greeks’ concepts of warfare, democracy, and religious beliefs involved in the construction of the Parthenon, it can be concluded that Ancient Greece was an entrepreneurial, intelligent and powe...
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