Definition of Ancient greece

1. Proper noun. The Greek speaking world in ancient times, geographically referring not only to modern Greece and southern Balkan peninsula but also to areas of Hellenic culture that were settled during ancient times by Greeks: Cyprus, the Aegean coast of Ionia, southern Italian peninsula and Sicily (known as Magna Graecia) and the scattered Greek settlements on the coasts of what are now Albania, Bulgaria, Egypt, Libya, southern France, southern Spain, Catalonia, Georgia, Romania, and Ukraine. ¹



2. Proper noun. The civilization that flourished around the Mediterranean Sea from the 3rd millennium to the 1st century BCE (including the first two European civilizations, Minoan and Mycenaean), known as the cradle of Western civilization. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ancient Greece

Anatolius
Anaxagoras
Anaxagorean
Anaxarchus
Anaximander
Anaximenes
Ancestors Night
Ancestors Nights
Anchorage
Anchusa capensis
Anchusa officinalis
Anchusa riparia
Ancien Régime
Ancient Church of the East
Ancient Egypt
Ancient Greece
Ancient Greek
Ancient Macedonian
Ancient Rome
Ancistrodon
Ancoats
Ancohuma
Ancona
Ancylidae
Ancylostoma braziliense
Ancylostoma caninum
Ancylostoma ceylanicum
Ancylostoma duodenale
Ancylostomatidae
Ancylus

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