A Timeline of Ancient Greece

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Before 500 B.C.

500-323 B.C.


Antigonid Macedon, Ptolemaic Egypt, and Seleucid Syria emerge as the three major kingdoms. Greece suffered from internal revolts.

224 BC
Earthquake destroys the Colossus.

197 BC
King Philip V loses to Roman forces at Kynoskephalai.

86 BC
Roman General
Sulla seizes Athens.

267 AD
Goths ruin Athens, Sparta, and Korinth

286 AD
Diocletian divides Roman empire in two, forming modern Greece (the Byzantine Empire)

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