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Different trades were concentrated in different parts of the city, but mostly near the agora, the main trading centre in the city.
Potters, blacksmiths, bronze workers, carpenters, leather workers, cobblers, and other craft workshops would all have their own streets or (in large cities) districts.
The civilization of Ancient Greece emerged into the light of world history in the 8th century BC.
Normally it is regarded as coming to an end when Greece fell to the Romans, in 146 BC.
Politically, however, Ancient Greece was divided amongst several hundred independent city states (poleis).In any case, the Roman conquest carried many features of Greek civilization to far-flung parts of the Mediterranean world and Western Europe.Through the mediation of the Romans, therefore, Greek civilization came to be the founding culture of Western civilization.Philip of Macedon’s defeat of the Greek city-states is traditionally seen as drawing down the curtain on “Classical Greece” and ushering in the “Hellenistic Age“.This includes the conquests of Alexander the Great, and ends with the conquests of the different Hellenistic states by Rome (146-31 BC).