The Hellenic Republic, more commonly known as Greece, is a nation located to the south-east of Europe and is often considered to be the birthplace of European civilisation. It was one of the major nations of the ancient world where they crafted both physical and metaphysical thesis that would spread throughout the world.
Main article: Athens
Athens was commonly considered the centre of culture during the ancient Greek Republic and is seen as the bedrock to Western civilisation today. It adopted Athena, the gods of wisdom, as its patron deity[Leg 1].
Seriphos is an island of Greece and was the birthplace of Perseus and his family. It was ruled by Polydectes as king, who wished to marry Danaë, the mother of Perseus, and brother to Danaë's deceased husband. Perseus and Medusa arrived and turned Polydectes and the lords of the island into stone. The palace was opened as a museum and the statues were a museum-piece[Leg 2].
Main article: Argos
Main article: Sparta
Main article: Lesbos
Main article: Crete