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Ancient Greece developed into multiple city-states rather than one united government.

What was it about Greece's geography that made it difficult for the...

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Ancient Greece developed into multiple city-states rather than one united government.

What was it about Greece's geography that made it difficult for them to unite as one government?

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Well, aside from geographical hindrances, the city-states wanted to rule over the other city-states.
Invasions between city-states were common.
However, it was during the rule of Alexander when he was able to conquer most of Greece's city-states.
But as we know, his empire fell apart quickly.
After a few hundred years, All of Greece would become part of Rome.

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