You asked: What did Greek people trade?

What did Greek settlements trade?

The Greeks traded among the city-states, with Greek colonies, and in the wider Mediterranean region. Olive oil and pottery from the mainland were exchanged for such goods as grain, timber, and metal. Most goods were carried on ships owned by merchants.

What were the main Greek exports?

Greece main exports are petroleum products (29 percent of the total exports), aluminium (5 percent), medicament (4 percent), fruits and nuts, fresh or dried (3 percent), vegetables, prepared or preserved (2 percent) and fish, fresh or frozen (2 percent).

Did Greece colonize any country?

By the seventh and sixth centuries B.C., Greek colonies and settlements stretched all the way from western Asia Minor to southern Italy, Sicily, North Africa, and even to the coasts of southern France and Spain.

What is the most popular religion in Greece today?

The Greek Orthodox Church has been the dominant religious institution for centuries and continues to be the most popular religion in Greece. It refers to a body of several churches within Eastern Orthodox Christianity.

Who came first Greeks or Romans?

Ancient history includes the recorded Greek history beginning in about 776 BCE (First Olympiad). This coincides roughly with the traditional date of the founding of Rome in 753 BCE and the beginning of the history of Rome.

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