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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