The Greek and Roman cultures that resulted are probably the ones with which most westerners are familiar.
How much did other cultures have to do with Greek and Roman development?
Would Greek culture have been the same without the Persians?
Would Roman culture have been the same without the Carthaginians?
Would either have been the same without all the wars fought?
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A myriad of cultures influenced Greek culture, which did not develop in a vacuum. Because the Greeks traded with other cultures, Greeks were not only able to spread Greek culture but also to be influenced by those they traded with. During the Neolithic era from 6000 to 2900 BCE, migrants from Anatolia who settled in Greece were among the first to influence Greek culture, as found in ceramics bowls and figures (Mark, 2013). The Minoan Age from 2700 to 1500 BCE...
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