Ancient Greece is located North of the Mediterranien Sea. In 500 B.C the Greeks world was large, rich and powerful.
It streched from France in the west to Turkey in the East. Whereever they went, the Greek settlers took their own way of Life.
They must have looked odd to the locals. Greece and its homelands were small, and much of its land was too rocky for
farming. By about 750 B.C, there was little room left for new tons and farms and food began to run short in their land. Because
of this many people left Greece to look for new places to live and the Greek world began to grow. The Greeks had
geographers who studied the location of Greece and the people depended on their political government.
Well this is the introduction of this page.