Hello everyone, this is already the 7th episode of our Illustrative Strategy Guides for Dawn of Civilization series. In the last episode, we achieved a virtual victory with Persia. Honestly, it was the first time ever I won a (virtual) historical victory with Persia. It kind of felt like a Mongolia game, where military actions dominated and there were few other elements involved. After Persia, we move on to Greece, where there are also lots of actions. The three historical goals for Greece are: 1. The School of Hellas: Be the first to discover Literature, Drama and Philosophy. 2. Wonders of the Aegean: Build the Oracle, the Parthenon, the Colossus, and the Temple of Artemis by 250 BC (Turn 124). 3. Alexander's Empire: Control Egypt, Phoenicia, Babylonia and Persia in 330 BC (Turn 119). The turn numbers indicated in the brackets are under Normal speed. Keep in mind that we should prioritize the 3 goals in reverse order, that is, focus on military first, conquer Egypt, Babylonia, Phoenicia, Persia and even Rome at the earliest opportunity. Whenever you have enough troops, build the wonders. And then with support of a large empire and tons of wonders and great people, you can research 10 times faster than before and get the 1st goal done.