Greek Geography

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Hot & Dry
Summer in Greece can be best described by
Aegean
The sea to the east of Greece is
City-States
The geography of Greece led to the development of
Mountainous, deep valleys, rugged hills & long coastlines
Greece’s geography can be described as
Peloponnesus
Name the large peninsula that makes up southern Greece
Sailors & Traders
Greece’s geography encouraged many people to become
Olives & Grapes
During Spring and Summer Greek farmers grew
Minoan
The early Greek culture that flourished on the island of Crete was
Isolated
Mountains and Seas did what to Greek settlements
Oral Tradition
How did the Greeks keep their culture & history alive during the dark age
Mild & Rainy
Winters in Greece can be described as
Mycenaean
Early war like culture that conquered the Minoans
Ionian
The sea to the west of Greece is
Wheat & Barley
During the Fall and Winter Greek farmers grew
Olives
The most important crop grown by Greek farmers
Mediterranean
The sea to the south of Greece
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