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  • 1. A journeythrough Greek history mp3

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  • -Greek History
  • Prehistory of Greece
  • -Stone age (6800 -3200 )
  • -Bronze age:
  • (3000 1450 )
  • (3000 )
  • Mycenaean Greece (1600 -1100 )
  • 2. - Ancient period(1100 -330 )
  • -Geometric period( 1100 800)
  • -Archaic period (800 -500 )
  • -Classical period(500 -323 )
  • -Hellenistic period(323 -146 )
  • -Roman Greece(146 -330 )
  • 3. -Byzantine empire(330 -1453 )
  • 4. -Ottoman Greece(1452 -1821 )
  • 5. -Modern Greece(1821 )

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  • Prehistory of Greece
  • (6800 -3200 ) -Stone age
  • 2. -Bronze age:
  • (3000 1450 )
  • (3000 )
  • Mycenaean Greece (1600 -1100 )

4. (6800 -3200) Stone age 5. Bronze age (3000 1450 ) 6. 7. 3000 8. 9. Mycenaean Greece 1600 -1100 10. 11.

  • - Ancient period
  • -Geometric period( 1100 800)
  • 2. -Archaic period (800 -500 )
  • 3. -Classical period(500 -323 )
  • 4. -Hellenistic period(323 -146
  • 5. -Roman Greece(146 -33 )

12. Geometric period1100 800 13. Archaic period 800 -500 14. 15. 16. 17. Classical period500 -323 18. 19. 20. Hellenistic period323 -146 TheHellenistic periodofAncient Greek historywas the period between the death ofAlexander the Great(Alexander III of Macedon) in323 BCand the annexation of the GreekpeninsulaandislandsbyRomein146 BC . 21. 146 -33 Roman Greece Roman Greeceis the period ofGreek history(of the Greece proper as opposed to the other centers of Hellenism in the Roman world) following the Roman victory over the Corinthians at theBattle of Corinthin 146 BC until the reestablishment of the city ofByzantiumand the naming of the city by the EmperorConstantineas the capital of theRoman Empire(asNova Roma , laterConstantinople ) in 330. 22. 330 -1453 Byzantine empire is also known as theEastern Roman Empire of theMiddle Ages andthe Empire of the Greeksbecause of the dominance ofGreek language , culture and population. EmperorConstantine I wasthe first " Byzantine Emperor ". It was he who moved the imperial capital in 324 AD fromNicomediatoByzantium , refounded asConstantinople , or Nova Roma (" New Rome ") 23. 24. 1452 -1821 Ottoman Greece Most ofGreecewas part of theOttoman Empirefrom the14th centuryuntil its declaration of independence in1821 . 25. 1821 Modern Greece TheKingdom ofGreece( Greek : ,Vasleion ts Elldos ) was a state established in 1832 in theConvention of London 26. , 1921-22, . 1,5 .Population exchange between Greece and Turkey The1923 population exchange between Greece and Turkeyis the first large scalepopulation exchange , or agreed mutual expulsion in the20th century . It involved some two million people, most forcibly made refugees andde juredenaturalized from homelands of centuries or millennia, in a treaty promoted and overseen by the international community as part of theTreaty of Lausanne . The document about the population exchange was signed atLausanne ,Switzerlandin1923 , between the governments ofGreeceandTurkey . The exchange took place between Turkish citizens of the Greek Orthodox religion established in Turkish territory, and of Greek citizens of the Muslim religion established in Greek territory. 27. TheGreek Civil War( was fought between1946and1949 TheGreek military junta of 1967-1974or in Greece"The Junta"( Greek : ) and"The Seven Years"( Greek : ) Rule by the military started in the morning of21 April 1967with acoup d'tatled by a group of colonels of theGreek military , and ended in July 1974.TheAxisoccupation ofGreeceduringWorld War II( Greek : ,I Katochi , meaning "The Occupation") began in April 1941 after the German and Italianinvasion of Greece , and was done together with Bulgarian forces. It lasted until the German withdrawal from the mainland in October1944 . In some cases however, such as inCreteand other islands, German garrisons remained in control until May or even June1945 . 28. Thehistory of the Hellenic Republicconstitutes three discrete periods in modernGreek History :1822-1832 ,1924-1935and1974- present. 29.