Greece Rome and the Americas

Greece Rome and the Americas - Matt Condon I.D. # 11039519...

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Matt Condon I.D. # 11039519 Professor Glynn GenEd 110 Comparison Of Economies When looking at the development of civilizations one of the telltale signs of a powerful society is the strength of its economy. Through the ages you can look at a nations economy and tell if they are flourishing. The Greeks had a well-developed economy that included wide spread trade through out the Mediterranean. The Romans had an even larger spread of trade because of the size of its empire, but to forget the civilizations in the Americas, the Aztecs, the Incans and the way their economies worked would be a shame. One of the main reasons for Greece’s flourishing economy, between 750 and 550 B.C.E., was the colonization that was occurring during this period. Large amounts of Greeks were spreading through out the surrounding land and settling down. This large migration out of Greece into the surrounding provinces created many colonies, thus creating trade from the colonies to central Greece. The Greeks on the mainland sent their
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