Imperiums: Greek Wars


Unique combination of turn-based 4X and historical grand strategy with a mythological twist. Explore the ancient world and build a world leading civilization. Survive, expand, conquer… and win!

Frequency asked questions and rumours

When was Imperiums: Greek Wars released?

Imperiums: Greek Wars was released on 30 Jul, 2020

Who was the developer that made Imperiums: Greek Wars?

Kube Games were the developers that made Imperiums: Greek Wars

Did Ancient Greece fight each other?

Sparta and Athens fought a long war, called the Peloponnesian War, from 431 to 404BC. Only the threat of invasion by a foreign enemy made the Greeks forget their quarrels and fight on the same side. Their biggest enemy were the Persians, who came from an area around modern day Iran.

How many wars were fought in ancient Greece?

80 different wars

What was the first major war the Greeks fought?

The Great Peloponnesian War, also called the First Peloponnesian War, was the first major scuffle between them. It became a 15-year conflict between Athens and Sparta and their allies.The Great Peloponnesian War, also called the First Peloponnesian WarFirst Peloponnesian WarThe Peloponnesian War (431–404 BC) was an ancient Greek war fought between the Delian League, which was led by Athens, and the Peloponnesian League, which was led by Sparta. Historians have traditionally divided the war into three phases.https://en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Peloponnesian_WarPeloponnesian War – Wikipedia, was the first major scuffle between them. It became a 15-year conflict between Athens and Sparta and their allies.22 Aug 2019

What were 3 major wars between Greece and Persia?

– 7.1 Early 480 BC: Thrace, Macedonia, and Thessaly.
– 7.2 August 480 BC: Battles of Thermopylae and Artemisium.
– 7.3 September 480 BC: Battle of Salamis.
– 7.4 June 479 BC: Battles of Plataea and Mycale.

How long did the Greeks fight in that war?

War
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Greco-Persian Wars/ Persian Wars
480 BCE
340 BCE
465 BCE

Why did Ancient Greece fight each other?

Facts About Ancient Greek Wars: The Persians wanted to fight the Greeks because they had a huge empire and they wanted to add Greece to their empire. The only reason the Greeks were able to win the battle of Persia was because they worked together. The Battle of Marathon was a battle between Persia and Greece.

Did Greece fight in any wars?

Sparta and Athens fought a long war, called the Peloponnesian War, from 431 to 404BC. Only the threat of invasion by a foreign enemy made the Greeks forget their quarrels and fight on the same side. Their biggest enemy were the Persians, who came from an area around modern day Iran.

How long did it take the Greeks to defeat the Persian army?

After three days of holding their own against the Persian king Xerxes I and his vast southward-advancing army, the Greeks were betrayed, and the Persians were able to outflank them.

What were the major wars in ancient Greece?

Some of the main wars in Ancient Greece were the Persian Wars, the Peloponnesian War and the Trojan War.

How long did the first war last in Greece?

The Great Peloponnesian War, also called the First Peloponnesian War, was the first major scuffle between them. It became a 15-year conflict between Athens and Sparta and their allies. Peace was decreed by the signing of the Thirty Years Treaty in 445 B.C., effective until 437 B.C., when the Peloponnesian War began.The Great Peloponnesian War, also called the First Peloponnesian WarFirst Peloponnesian WarThe Peloponnesian War (431–404 BC) was an ancient Greek war fought between the Delian League, which was led by Athens, and the Peloponnesian League, which was led by Sparta. Historians have traditionally divided the war into three phases.https://en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Peloponnesian_WarPeloponnesian War – Wikipedia, was the first major scuffle between them. It became a 15-year conflict between Athens and Sparta and their allies. Peace was decreed by the signing of the Thirty Years Treaty in 445 B.C., effective until 437 B.C., when the Peloponnesian War began.22 Aug 2019

When was the First Peloponnesian War?

460 BC – 445 BC