There were hundreds over the centuries.
They had a population problem. With small land areas, Greek families could not subdivide family farms amongst sons, so they had to acquire more land. So the Greek cities of mainland Greece sent out their surplus population to form cities READ MORE
The two primary participants involved in the Peloponnesian War was Athens who led the Delian League (coalition) and Sparta who led the Peloponnesian League . Below are several related links listing which Polis (city-state) was allied with whom and when READ MORE
There was no Greek empire. The Greek world comprised hundreds of independent city-states, someof which from time to time formed defensive leagues. Alexander tookover the Persian Empire, which effectively became aMacedonian Empire for a short time until hisdeath. After that READ MORE
20th Century BCE.
Pella, Macedonia, about 382 BCE.
He was executed by slaves in the Tullianum prison as part of the ritual after being paraded in Caesdar’s triumph.
The Battle of Marathon, the Battle of Salamis, and the Battle ofThermopylae were fought between Greek city-states and invadingPersian Empire forces in the early Fifth Century BCE.
In mid August of 480 BC