anonymous
  • anonymous
What was a significant effect of the Greco-Persian Wars?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A. The Greeks and Persians agreed to jointly rule over a single country containing the territories of both civilizations. B. Athens emerged as the most powerful of the victorious Greek-city-states, leading to a Golden Age of peace, prosperity, and culture. C. The Greek victory allowed Alexander the Great to conquer the weakened Persian Empire soon after, ushering in the Hellenistic era. D. The Persian victory meant a rapid end to the Golden Age of peace, prosperity, arts, and culture that had lasted for nearly 100 years in Athens,
anonymous
  • anonymous
B. Athens emerged as the most powerful of the victorious Greek-city-states, leading to a Golden Age of peace, prosperity, and culture.
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