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Ancient Corinth – Mycenaean and Archaic

By |2017-07-06T22:57:53+00:00July 6th, 2017|Government, Greeks, History|

Corinth, with the high city - Akrocorinth - in the background Corinth was a town right where southern Greece and northern Greece come together. It was certainly a Mycenaean city, because Mycenaean pottery has been found in excavations at Corinth. In Greek mythology, Corinth (CORE-inth) was where Jason and Medea lived. During the [...]

Ancient Greek climate, plants, and animals

By |2018-09-17T07:53:12+00:00July 6th, 2017|Environment, Greeks|

Ancient Greek climate: The island of Rhodes Good fishing Fishing was very important to early Stone Age people, and fishing is probably what brought the first people to Greece. No part of Greece is more than about forty miles from the sea: a couple of days walking. So Greece was a great place [...]