Development of Greece in the XI-IX centuries BC (events, achievements, political structure of the state)

Period Main events and characteristics of the period
XI-IX BC. “Homeric” ( prepolis ) period or “Dark Ages” Decline associated with the Dorian conquest; states as such are absent, there are self-governing communities of farmers, headed by the “tsar” (basileus) and the nobility (people who are able to provide themselves with a set of weapons); writing is forgotten; mastering the technique of iron smelting


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