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ancient greece

Mediterranean the largest sea that separates Europe and Africa
gulf of Corinth narrow body of water to the west of isthmus of cointh,that seperates northern Greece from
sicily large island located off the tip of the Italian peninsula both the spartens and the Athenians fought for control of sicily because of its strategic location in the middle of the Mediterranean sea which made it an important location for trade.
Aegean sea sea to the east, between Greece and asia minor.
ionia sea sea located between southern Greece and Italy to the west
Adriatic sea sea located between northern Greece and Italy to the west
mt. Olympus (Olympus mountain) highest peak in Greece. mythical home of the olymoic gods.
Created by: amber.E 127