How is Phenicia different from Greece?

Ancient Phenicia was located on the eastern coast of the Mediterranean Sea south of the Lebanese mountains. It had a warm climate and the area was full of forests. As in Greece, there were no big rivers. The main occupation of the Phoenicians was shipbuilding and maritime trade.

Greece was located in the southern part of the Balkan Peninsula. The area here was mountainous and hilly. The climate is warm and temperate. The main occupation of the Greeks was also trade. In addition, gardening and cattle breeding developed here.

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