classical_greece (crm:E4_Period)

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Klassieke Griekeland (af), عصر كلاسيكي (ar), Класічная Грэцыя (be), Класическа Гърция (bg), Κλασική εποχή (el), Classical Greece (en), Klasika Grekio (eo), Grecia clásica (es), Grezia klasikoa (eu), یونان کلاسیک (fa), Époque classique (fr), Grecia clásica (gl), יוון הקלאסית (he), प्राचीन यूनानी सभ्यता (hi), Դասական Հունաստան (hy), Epocha classic (ia), Sejarah Yunani Klasik (id), Klasika Grekia (io), Grecia classica (it), 古典ギリシア (ja), Грек классикалық мәдениеті (kk), 그리스 고전기 (ko), Klasseschen Zäitalter (lb), Klasikinė Graikija (lt), класична Грција (mk), Klassisk tid (nb), Klassieke periode (nl), Det klassiske Hellas (nn), Okres klasyczny (Grecja) (pl), Grécia Clássica (pt), Grecia clasică (ro), Классическая Греция (ru), Klasična Grčka (sh), Klasična Grčija (sl), Helenët (sq), Класична Грчка (sr), Klassiska Grekland (sv), กรีซยุคคลาสสิก (th), Klasikong Gresya (tl), Klasik Yunanistan (tr), Класична Греція (uk), کلاسیکی یونان (ur), Hy Lạp cổ điển (vi), 古典希臘時期 (zh)
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Classical Greece was a period of around 200 years (5th and 4th centuries BC) in Greek culture. This Classical period saw the annexation of much of modern-day Greece by the Persian Empire and its subsequent independence. Classical Greece had a powerful influence on the Roman Empire and on the foundations of Western civilization. The traditional date range of classical Greece is the defeat of Persia in 480 B.C. until the death of Alexander the Great in 323 B.C. (en)
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