Did Rome conquer Greece
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Photo: Porch of the Caryatids at the Acropolis in Athens, Greece
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how did rome conquer greece? | Yahoo Answers
Greece was, as ever, divided between various city-states and kingdoms, with Macedonia in the north being the most powerful. While Rome and Carthage were fighting each other in the Punic Wars, Macedonia started trying to expand its control over the rest of Greece, much as Philip II (Alexander the Great's father) had done a century earlier. Some of the other Greek states appealed to Rome for help and that led to a series of wars between them from 215-148 BC. Rome already controlled all of Italy and so had much greater resources of wealth and population to draw on than Macedonia did, espec…
When did Rome conquer Greece.
Greece was not a single state at thet time, and the growth of the roman influence in the peninsula continued for a long period of time.
In 214 B.C.E. there was the first operation of the Roman army in the southern balcanic peninsula (Illira) and in 146 B.C.E. the kingdom of Macedonia was completely defeated, along with a league of greek cities. This brought the greater part of Greece under roman direct administration.
Did rome conquer Greece?
Greece became a Roman province in approximately 145 BC. It was renamed Achaia.