230 B.C. - 150 B.C.
550 B.C. - 340 B.C.
800 B.C. - 560 B.C.
660 B.C. - 300 B.C.
The trojan war
The peloponnesian war
The second sacred war
The persian wars
479 B.C. - 431 B.C.
885 B.C. - 839 B.C.
345 B.C. - 320 B.C.
100 B.C. - 78 B.C.
The business and economy improved
Enhanced aspect of art and culture
City was rebuilt and renovated
All of the above
Work, law, long-distance travel, welfare of the community
Economy, travel, military and education
Art, architecture, literature, politics, science, philosophy and history
Cuisine, Farming, Irrigation, Mathematics and art
The temple of Hephaestus
The top of the city
The high city
The queen of Athens
The goddess of Athens
A slave who was significant in Greek history for various reasons
Athene was a common name in Athens
The main temple of the Acropolis, dedicated to Athene
The place where political assemblies were held
The place where slaves slept
An entertainment centre
The place where priests held their council
The main meeting area of the city
The king's palace
A sacred public alter for praying to the gods and making sacrifices.