C.), the Geometric Period then followed (9th - 8th Century B. This was the beginning of the Greek Renaissance Years. D.), most of the Roman emperors, who admired Greek culture, acted as benefactors to the Greek cities, and especially Athens.This period was marked by the formation of the Greek City-States, the creation of the Greek alphabet and the composition of the Homeric epics (end of the 8th Century B. The Archaic Years that subsequently followed (7th - 6th Century B. The Macedonians, with Philip II and his son Alexander the Great, began to play a leading role in Greece. Christianity, the new religion that would depose Dodekatheon worshipping, then spread all over Greece through the travels of Apostle Paul during the 1st Century A. The decision by Constantine the Great to move the capital of the empire from Rome to Constantinople (324 A.Julia Charlotte L Davis (born 25 August 1966) is an English comedian, actress, writer, director and producer.She is known for writing and starring in the BBC Three comedy Nighty Night (2004–2005) and Sky Atlantic comedies Hunderby (2012–15) and Camping (2016), which she also directed. C.), a plethora of Neolithic buildings spread throughout the country. C.) is marked by the appearance of the first urban centers in the Aegean region (Poliochni on Limnos).C.)- became the dominant force in the Aegean during the last centuries of the 2nd Millennium B. The Mycenean acropolises (citadels) in Mycenae, Tiryns, Pylos, Thiva, Glas, Athens and Iolcus, then comprised the centers of the bureaucratically organized kingdoms.Crete was the final area of Greece that was occupied by the Ottomans in 1669.Around four centuries of Ottoman domination then followed, up to the beginning of the Greek War of Independence in 1821.
In 2016, Davis wrote, directed and starred in Camping on Sky Atlantic, this was her directorial debut.A seven-time BAFTA TV Award nominee, she won Best Comedy Writing for Hunderby in 2013.She is also known for playing Dawn Sutcliffe in Gavin & Stacey (2007–2009).In 2004, Davis wrote and starred in the dark comedy Nighty Night, which returned for a second series in 2005; in more serious roles Davis has starred in productions such as the BBC's For the Love of God, The Alan Clark Diaries, Fear of Fanny, in which she played the original celebrity chef Fanny Cradock, and Persuasion, an adaptation of the Jane Austen novel.
in 2008, she appeared on Little Britain Abroad as a Russian mail-order bride called Ivanka.
Greece’s sovereign land would reach its maximum after the end of Word War I in 1920, with the substantial contribution of then Prime Minister Eleftherios Venizelos.