Ancient Greece and its People
The Ancient Greeks found out that traveling by foot is difficult because of the geography.
So they chose to use boat for transporting people and goods.
So to get past this problem, the Greeks made flattened land for their herbs and plants.
Farmers discovered that their land was too steep and mountain filled to farm.
The Greek population increased so much that there wasn't enough food for everybody, so, they created colonies.
The Greeks established colonies in a period of over 300 years. From 1000 to 650 BCE
The settlements and colonies would depend on each other for important resources.
They'd use merchant ships to travel, since Greece was a peninsula, to different areas with their population.
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