The "Great Green" was a term referring to the Aegean Sea, its islands and surrounding civilisations during the period of the Trojan War. The sea divided the Greek mainland, increasingly dominated by the Mykene empire, from the Western coast of Anatolia, where the city of Troy was located.

To the east lay the Hittite empire, ruled by Hattusilis from its capital Hattusas; to the south was Egypte; and to the West a region with a few Greek colonies, including Seven Hills.


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Map of the Great Green.

Countries / city-states and their rulersEdit