Gay seks? I don’t know, I’m no history buff.
One of her like amor vincit omnia and the other like, I saw my problems, and I'll see the light. we got a lovin thing, we gotta feed it right. there ain't no danger, we can go too far
History is my worst subject. I'm quite ignorant
One was slightly gayer than the other ? Idk
Rome is in Italy you dumb shit.
Mindset. In classical times in Greece the mindset can be characterised by a sentence by Achilles. When he got aware that it had been predicted at his birth that his life would be short he is said to have responded: If it makes me famous I only need a single day. - Romans never had that mindeset. They tended to be more practical people.
Greek civilisation is quite a bit older than Roman, which is why Rome was heavily influenced by it, in terms of gods and art and society - and the two were brought even closer after the Republic conquered Macedon and the Selucids.
To be honest this is quite a broad question to answer without going into a huge essay about it, and especially since both periods last a fuck load of time - for example, "ancient Rome" as a concept covers the Kingdom, the Republic, and then the Empire, which was a hugely different place with different ideals and concepts over this time, likewise with Greece - the term covers the Classical period and the Hellenistic period, as well as hundreds of years before those two famous periods.
Ancient Greece was also fairly unique as an ancient society as it was comprised of multiple city-states which was fairly independent, contrasted with the centralised system of Rome.
different gods and beliefs
Rome had a thing for being inspired by and improving things from other cultures, they cribbed their gods and shit from Greece so it figures their society would look similar
In Greece, there were smart philosophers and democracy. Rome was just meh
When you grease something up, it tends to roam here and there.
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I guess you could also say the fact that Rome was an aggressive empire while Greece was a civilisation of different city states in which one never particularly managed to dominate the entire Greek world