The Golden Age of Greece began after the Peloponnesian War between the Athens and the Spartans ended.
The Golden Age began started somewhere around 500BC and came to an end somewhere around 300BC. The Golden Age of Greece was a time where people became very interested in and developed the arts, literature, architecture and philosophy.
Alexander the Great(356BC-323BC), the third leader of Macedonia who extended the Greek Empire from Greece to India which makes it one of the most hugest empires in history and created the Hellenistic Period.
In the Hellenistic Period (which began in 323BC after the death of Alexander), the culture of Greece had spread throughout the whole empire. This was called Hellenism. Because Greek culture was spreader throughout the empire, the people of that make up the empire could unite , trade and communicate more better.
Before the Rome became an empire, it was a republic. The order and command that the republic gave was chaotic and disorganised. It was always like this until Julius Caesar thought about changing it.
Gotta work hard to rise in the political ranks so I can transform the Roman Republic into an empire!
Julius Caesar was an ambitious man whose goal was to transform the Roman Republic into an empire. He worked his way up through the political ranks and eventually became a governor.