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  • Period: 3000 BCE to 1400 BCE

    mionan civilitation

    The cretana or Minoan civilization was developed on the island of Creta in the third millennium BC. The geographic situation that he enjoyed allowed him to dominate trade between East and West. Crete was dominated by powerful kings. One of the most influential was the king MINOS, who built the Knossos palace, the most important of the island of Chalk. That is why this culture is also called Minoan. This information is in the social book
  • 2100 BCE

    boom of Minoan culture

    boom of Minoan culture
    Minoan culture could be the development of the Neolithic culture on the island of Crete. Later it influenced the Mycenaean culture. Its most prominent aspects are the following: The Minoan palaces
    Between 2000 and 1700 a. C. the first palaces are built, of which, at present, nothing is left, since they were destroyed by fires. Some years later they began to build larger palaces and from that time the remains of the palaces of Cnosos and Festos are preserved.
  • Period: 1400 BCE to 1150 BCE

    Mycenaean civilization

    The Mycenaean civilization emerged around 1400 BC, when the Achaeans, a town that came from the north, settled in the Balkans and built walled cities, such as Micenes. At the time, in the Mediterranean. Mycenaean society was formed mainly by wars, governed by a king. At first, its economy was based on agriculture and livestock, but little by little the Cretans came under control of commercial activity.This is in the social book
  • 1200 BCE

    trojan war

    trojan war
    The Trojan War was, according to the legend, a war of the Achaean armies, that is, Greeks, against the city of Troy in Asia Minor, following the abduction (or seduction) of Helena of Sparta for part of Paris de Troia. War is one of the most prominent events in Greek mythology and is recounted in the so-called epic cycle, which only preserves two whole poems, the Iliad and the Odyssey of Homer. https://ca.wikipedia.org/
  • Period: 1150 BCE to 800 BCE

    Dark time

    Greek dark age is the period that has elapsed since the collapse of the Mycenaean world (between 1200 BC and 1100 BC), comprising the submicenic (continental Greece) and subminoic periods (Crete), between 1125 BC and 1050 BC the protogeometric period (1050 BC-900 BC). The term dark age reflects the decline in terms of wealth and material culture compared to the previous and later periods and justifies the dark term due to data shortages. Only the citadel of Mycenaean civilization in Athens,
  • Period: 800 BCE to 490 BCE

    archaic Greece

    The archaic period is a periodization of the history of ancient Greece with which historiography distinguishes the stage in which Hélade (Ἕλλάδα) left the previous period (the Dark Age, characterized by the distribution of the Hellenic space between Indo-European tribes1 speaking Different variants of the future Greek language - Aqueos, Jonios, 2 Dorios, Aolios, Arcadios
  • 776 BCE

    first Olympics

    first Olympics
    En la Antigua Grecia, los Juegos Olímpicos (griego antiguo: Ὀλυμπιακοὶ Ἀγώνες, romanización: olympiakoi agōnes) fueron una serie de competiciones atléticas disputadas por representantes de diversas ciudades-estado griegas a partir del año 776 a. C. Los Juegos se disputaban normalmente cada cuatro años o una olimpiada.
  • Period: 490 BCE to 334 BCE

    classical greece

    Grecia clásica o Época Clásica por antonomasia es el período de la historia de Grecia
  • 479 BCE

    End of the medical wars

    End of the medical wars
    Deu anys més tard, Xerxes, el fill de Darios, tornà a preparar-se per a la guerra. Però entretant Temístocles havia convertit Atenes en una potència naval, i, bé que el gran exèrcit persa travessà les Termòpiles i s’apoderà d’Atenes, les naus gregues derrotaren una esquadra persa, molt superior, a la badia de Salamina (480 aC). L’estiu següent i, segons la tradició, el mateix dia, la resta de les tropes perses fou dispersada,
  • 461 BCE

    government of pericles

    government of pericles
    Son of a renowned military strategist, Xantample of Athens, winner of the battle of Mica, and of Agarista, grandmother of Tyrian Clístenes de Sicion and niece of Clístenes, founder of the Athenian constitution. He was the leader of the democratic party of Athens, he managed to make his city a political and cultural leader in the area./wiki/Pèricles
  • Period: 334 BCE to 30 BCE

    Hellenic Greece

    The Hellenistic period or Hellenistic period (from the fourth century BC to the 1st century BC), except for its important figures such as Alexander the Great and Cleopatra VII, is considered a period of transition, perhaps even decline or decline , between the splendor of the classical period of Greece and the power of the Roman Empire that it would happen. I
  • 323 BCE

    death of Alexander the Great

    Mort 10 juny 323 aC (32 Alexandre III el Gran o Alexandre el Magne (grec: Μέγας Αλέξανδρος) (21 de juliol del 356 aC - 10 de juny del 323 aC)[1] va ser rei del Regne grec de Macedònia (336-323 aC), conqueridor de l'Imperi persa i un dels líders militars més importants del món antic.https://ca.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexandre_el_Gran