What was the population of Ancient Greece?


What was the population of Ancient Greece?

Ancient Greece:

The region that we think of as ancient Greece was not one united political system, like ancient Rome, but rather a collection of independent cities. They had unique cultures and often fought wars with one another.

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The population of ancient Greece varied over time but appears to have grown steadily in the aftermath of the Greek Dark Ages (a time period from about...

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