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Who were the plays/theater performances for in Ancient Greece?
The plays and theater performances in Ancient Greece were in honor of the gods.
The Greek government helped other achievements such as sports (which government had to buy them tracks and fields and help them become citizens), theatre (to buy their props help them build a space and a place for theatre), geometry (used for math and, math was used for architecture to build houses, maybe for theatres sometimes).
What did the Greek government do to help others?
When did Ancient Greece have their first play/skit/performances?
The first play/skit/performance was around 700 BC.
Where were most plays/skits/performances in Ancient Greece?
Most plays/skits/performances in Ancient Greece were mostly in Athens at the festivals.
In Greece the government was important because to keep the society good, healthy, clean and happy they have to make the right decisions and be smart.
Why was the government so important in Greece?
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