Ancient Greece was a civilization originating in Greece, following invasions/colonizations by Indo-Europeans, and spreading to other areas around the Mediterranean Sea in association with trade, colonies, and conquests.
The influence of Ancient Greece, in part through its influence of Ancient Rome, on Western civilization is enormous.
There are various less politically correct views on Ancient Greece, on issues such as race and the causes of the initial success and later decline. See the "External links" section.
- Ancient Rome
- Democratic peace theory - On wars between Greek democracies.
- Greco-Persian Wars - Won by the Ancient Greeks despite having vastly less resources.
- Indo-Europeans - In particular, the section "Possible causes of the Indo-European expansion".
- Sea Peoples - Possibly having various associations with the Ancient Greeks and their also seafaring competitors, the Phoenicians.
- Ancient History Encyclopedia: Ancient Greece
- Encyclopedia Britannica: Ancient Greek civilization
- Encyclopedia.com: Ancient Greece
The Occidental Observer
- A Review of “The Mighty Dead: Why Homer Matters” by Adam Nicolson, Part 1
- Adaptive Barbarism: Politics and Kinship in the Iliad, Part 1
- Ancient Athens: A Spirited and Nativist Democracy
- Ancient Sparta: The First Self-Conscious Ethnostate? Part 1: Educating Citizen Soldiers
- Aristotle on Immigration, Diversity, and Democracy
- Biopolitics, Racialism, and Nationalism in Ancient Greece: A Summary View
- Culture and Nationhood in the World of Herodotus: An Evolutionary Analysis, Part 1
- Greek Biopolitics and Its Unfortunate Demise in Western Thinking
- Herodotus on the Challenge of Hellenic Unity
- Plato’s Racial Republic
- The Laws: Plato’s Sacred Ethnostate, Part 1
- The Wisdom of the Ancients, Part 1: Greek City-States as Ethnostates