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Ancient Greece

QuestionAnswer
Sea to the south of Greece Mediterranean Sea
Sea to the west of Greece Ionian Sea
Sea to the east of Greece Aegean Sea
What word can describe Greece's geography? Mountainous
What is a peninsula? land surrounded on 3 sides with water
What are the names of Greece's 2 peninsulas? Attica and Peloponnesus
Which peninsula is Sparta on ? Peloponnesus
What peninsula is Athens on? Attica
What is Greece's largest island? Crete
What sea lies north west of the Aegean Sea? Black Sea
What does Greece have a lot of that surrounds the mainland? islands
How did being close to the seas help Greek civilizations? it helped them trade
Civilizations have what characteristics? trade, government, written communication, cities, shared culture, agriculture, specialized jobs, art/architecture
What is geography? the study of the earth's physical and human features
Created by: jenglish12