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The Classical period in European history is the name given to the period preceeding the Medieval period. Classical history, and indeed Western Civilisation in general, begins in Ancient Greece, and was later spread to more primitive parts of Europe by the Roman Empire. It was a period characterised by great empires, and the growth of philosophy, science, and many different religions. It came to and end with the fall of the Roman Empire.