The Greek city-states were the dominant settlement structure of the ancient Greek world and helped define how different regions interacted with each other.
5 - 8
Anthropology, Archaeology, Social Studies, Ancient Civilizations, Civics
Athens from the east
This hand-colored woodcut gives us an artist's concept of what Athens might've looked like in the time of the Roman emperor Hadrian, when its iconic monuments and temples were still in their prime.
Photograph by North Wind Picture Archive / Alamy Stock Photo
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May 20, 2022
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