Comparative table Location and natural conditions of Ancient Rome and Greece, occupations of the population

Comparison line Rome Greece
Location Apennine peninsula Balkan Peninsula
Relief Valleys, habitable plains, rolling hills Mountainous relief, few flat areas
The mountains Alps Olympus
Climate Warm , life-friendly Hot
Seas Washed by the Adriatic, Tyrrhenian and Ionian seas Washed by the Aegean and Ionian seas
Rivers Full-flowing Tiber Small rivers that dry up on hot days
Population occupation Viticulture, horticulture, agriculture (grain crops: wheat, rye), cattle breeding (cattle, pigs, horses, donkeys ) Viticulture, olive growing, cattle breeding (goats and sheep), handicrafts


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