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LIFE OF ANCIENT GREEKS
Greeks had to travel through many tough conditions like sharp rocks in the ground, unpaved roads, and getting getting stuck in mud.
As populations of Greek settlements increased, farmlands did not have enough food for everyone, which led to them making new colonies.
Greeks consulted with an oracle to ask gods whether their efforts are succesful. To start their new colonies they needed to gather food and supplies to begin them.
Merchants traveled in large ships so they could trade with other colonies. They traded olive oil and pottery in return for grain, timber, and metal.
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