Regions of Ancient Greece

Name the Ancient regions that lay within the territory of modern Greece
Macedonia and Thrace not included
Islands are grouped
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Acarnania
Achaea
Aenis
Aetolia
Arcadia
Argolis
Attica
Boeotia
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Chalcidice
Corinthia
Crete
Cyclades
Cynuria
Dodecanese
Dolopia
Doris
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Elis
Epirus
Euboea
Heptanese
Ionia
Laconia
Locris
Magnesia
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Malis
Megaris
Messenia
Oetaea
Phocis
Phthian Achaea
Sporades
Thessaly
2 Comments
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Level 59
Oct 21, 2019
Can you make this as a map quiz, where you see the answers and have to guess which region it is on the map?
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Level 20
May 4, 2023
Good quizz.

I would remove Cynuria though, as it really wasn't a real autonomous region ever since the early archaic period. At best from a historical point of view, it was a battleground between Argos and Sparta, it doesn't deserve to be placed on the same pedestal as actual autonomous regions.

Same goes for Phthian Achaea, it was more or less a part of Thessaly since the archaic period. Its greatest contribution to history was having two seats at the Amphictyonic council, as did most tribes (not regions) around Delphi. It was never a true autonomous region as well, being either under Thessalian, Boeotian, Macedonian and Aetolian influence.

You should include more type-ins for Chalcidice, such as Chalkidiki, the actual name of this region.

Finally, but this is a detail, you should edit the borders of Epirus and Dolopia if you can. Epirus always bordered Aetolia and Acarnania, Dolopia didn't separate them.