Greece's stubborn geographical location made it very difficult to travel, so ancient Greeks would rely on its neighboring oceans to travel. Through water, Greces many small peninsulas were able to connect with each other.
As an adaptation to their difficult geographical location, greek farmers made steps into the hills in order to create flat planting terrains. when there was a shortage of food, settlements would often fight to claim the land.
We also raised livestock!
From 1000 to 650 B.C.E, greeks spread their culture as they created new settlements in different places. This spread was caused by the shortage of food due to the increase in people.
In Ancient Greece, oil and pottery from the mainland were exchanged for grains, metals, and timber.
Trade happens between city-states, Greek colonies, and other Mediterranean regions.
our settlements rely on our constant trade with each other to obtain goods