Transition of Greece to Rome

Transition of Greece to Rome
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  • A royalty called Pericles led Athens for most of the golden age, Pericles had been elected by people to be the leader for 15 years in a row.
  • The golden age of Athens began from 500 BC to around 300 BC.
  • Pericles got assistance from other thousands of male citizens, they all got rights to vote and decide about what they should do in their own city.
  • The golden age of Athens ended unfortunately because of the attack from Athens' enemies and diseases.
  • When Pericles had died, people begun to follow bad leaders, those leaders don't keep their promises and made bad decisions. At last, Athens had ended.
  • After Sparta attacked Attica, many people from Attica moved to Athens, and because of that, many diseases was bought to Athens and Pericles died because of those disease.
  • The Hellenism Period had started from 323 BC to 31 BC.
  • Alexander had became the leader and ruled for around 33 years.
  • Julius Caesar was a great leader and he made a lot of achievements.
  • But then Julius Caesar was assassinated and Augustus became the new leader.
  • Augustus took Rome and Antony got Egypt, later on, Antony fell in love with the Egypt queen, Cleopatra, they wanted to take Rome away from Augustus.
  • Then Augustus had killed Julius Caesar's old enemies with his ally, Marc Antony.
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