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Greek Trading

Etruscans It was from these expert sailors and metalworkers that the Greeks adopted the use of the arch. People from the northern part of the Italian peninsula
Assyrians Warlike people, famed for their cruelty
Phoenicians Lived on the coast of modern-day Lebanon. From these people the Greeks acquired timber, glass, furniture and purple cloth.These people were the most successful traders and shipbuilders in the Med.sea. These people’s are most famous colony was called Tyre.
Scythians From these people the Greeks acquired wheat, salt, hides and slaves
Egyptians From these people the Greeks acquired goods like: papyrus, fine linen, perfumes, wine and grains
Phoenicians pt 2 The Greeks adopted their alphabet from these people
Created by: haley.ireland