The political impacts were warfare and then troy troy

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-the political impacts were warfare and then troy!! -TROY-read it into. Like the Trojan war. After the Trojan war, we have different groups that come in the med. Use same thing: trade, warfare, etc. -1000-200 b.c.-Phoenicians-anchored in one place and use their ship technology to go to spain
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for mineral. They are not interested in making aliiances, they want to implant their technology. -Athens and Sparta now come along! They make lengths across the mediterrenean. They are using their trade interest and put anchors down in different places. Greek colonies in Italy and france. Greek colonies in sicily. Get greek vases from here! Best ones come from the tombs! we also get money finally! And the trade activity uses the concept of money and the decorations on the coins! Like Athena the goddess and the symbol of owl from Athens and the political leader catches it. - peloponnesian war-431-404 b.c.- complex society warfare-large scale conflict that has significant impact on destroying the structures. -daughter colonies-also get their own colonial strength together. -300-140 b.c.-northern part in Africa and expanding to the sea as well.
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