Greeks ideally lived on small self-sufficient wheat-producing farms, but bad agricultural practices made many households incapable of feeding themselves. Big estates took over, producing wine and olive oil, which were also the chief exports of the Romans — not too surprisingly, given their shared ... Ancient Greece consisted of several hundred more-or-less independent city states.
There were more city-states than just Sparta and Athens, Ancient Greece had around 100 city-states. The ancient Greeks (mainly the Athenians) were a unique people. They believed that individuals should be free as long as they acted within the laws of Greece.