Hi my name is Myah and I will be your tour guide today.
This civilization is a montanious land surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea.
What do you see
What even is this place and why is it important?
This place is important because it is called the Acropolis and is the famous monument of this civilization.
My job as a tour guide is to show you around places you may have never seen before. Today I will take you back to ancient time around 800 Bc.
The culture in this civilization is really cool and it began in paleolithic era.
Wow that's pretty cool.
The two major physical features are the Mediterranean Sea and Mountains. The first one is important by allowing for travel across the whole Mediterranean, providing a trade route for The people, and by creating peninsulas for city-states to settle on. and the second one is important because The mountains prevented large-scale farming and impelled the to look beyond their borders to new lands where fertile soil was more abundant.
This civilization's religion is an important aspect of their culture.
The Acropolis was built as a monument to the greatness of Athens. IT took fifty years to build the Acropolis. It is important to my cvilization because their centre a rocky mound or hill where they built their important temples and where the people could retreat to if under attack.
How has this civilization influenced ours?
Do we still use some things that were adapted back then?
3 major facts about the civilizations culture is that the civilization is influenced by the Roman Empire. Also the culture began in the Paleolithic era. And their culture is defined by their traditions.
This religion is an polytheistic religion. Their major beliefs are that they believed in more than one Gods and Godesses. The main God from this civilizition was Zues.
Paine believed that America had adapted the virtues of this ancient Civilization the modern world. Direct initiative, or the right of citizens to propose and vote on legislation, has roots in this civilizations democracy
Actually yes we do. People believed we adapted the Virtues from here