What natural conditions contributed to the development of agriculture, cattle breeding, navigation, crafts among the Greeks?

the presence of rivers and fertile lands; cattle were grazed on the mountain slopes; the presence of convenient harbors along the coastline. The availability of good clay throughout Greece contributed to the development of pottery.

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