The Ancient Greek events have played a significant role in framing the groundwork of Classical and Modern Greece. The Archaic period in Greece saw different political and geographical developments. The greatest war of all the times; the Trojan War, the composition of earliest surviving Greek literature; The Iliad and The Odyssey, the invention of Olympic games, and many such events circumscribe the boundaries of ancient Greece. The flurry of development of the Archaic Era was followed by the period of maturity known as “Classical Greece”. Where the events in the Archaic time were purely artistic, the Classical Era moved towards a more naturalistic approach. Listed below are some major events which throw light upon the structures, developments, and tragedies that took place in the bygone age of Greece. 1. Beginning of  Mycenaean Period- 1600 [&hellip

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The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World is a rundown of exceptional developments of classical relics given by different writers in manuals or ballads well known among the tourists of Hellenic Age. The first list of the seven wonders of the World date back to the 1st-2nd century BC. These astounding centerpieces of great architecture and engineering fill in as a demonstration of the inventiveness, creative ability and sheer diligence of which humans are competent. They are additionally, be that as it may, indications of the human limit with regards to contradiction, annihilation and, conceivably, adornment. When antiquated scholars aggregated a list of “seven marvels,” it progressed toward becoming grain for discussion over which accomplishments merited incorporation in the list. Eventually, the amalgamation of human hands with characteristic powers [&hellip

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Games in ancient Greece were considered no less than a religious festival. The Greek Olympics are believed to have begun in 776 BC which inspired the beginning of modern Olympic Games in 1896. These Games were a way of paying tribute to the king of gods, Zeus, and were staged every four years in a valley near the city of Elis called Olympia. The inbuilt warrior skills in Greeks lead to the birth of games such as boxing, chariot racing, running, wrestling and much more. The games were much different from that of the modern games regarding participation opportunities. There were many games in which the men who could speak the Greek language were allowed the compete leaving behind the men from other countries. The prizes for the [&hellip

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Not only does the history or speaks highly of Roman Gods, but also brings forward the canon of Roman Goddesses. The Roman Goddesses are no less powerful and popular than their male counterparts. They are indeed an epitome of female strength. The mythological stories of the deities play a significant role in laying out different religious rituals in Rome. Rome is a home to un-matchable spirituality. We have heard more about the Roman Gods in comparison to the female deities. So now is the time for you to add some information about Roman goddesses in your treasure box of knowledge. Their divine nature, their strength as a lioness, and beauty as a flower will surely leave you mesmerized! Here is the list of top 10 Roman Goddesses. 1. [&hellip

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The Greeks have ruled the architectural world by giving it some great marvels. The Hellenic people indeed have brought the heaven down in their architectural pieces. Most of their works included the greatest of the temples built in the name of Greek Gods. A combination of creativity and richness of mind, Greeks dedicated their architectural impulse in the making of public buildings. The Hellenistic period provides some of the best and most distinctive structures in the form of not only temples but also theatre and stadia which once were the staple features of the old cities and towns. The simplicity, harmony, and perspective in Greek architecture have been a foundation of Roman architecture as well. The Greek architects of the bygone age strove for the excellence [&hellip

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