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Follow the Greeks from their Bronze Age beginnings to the height of the Hellenic era. Step into the sandals of famous Greek heroes like Achilles, Pericles, Xenophon, and Alexander the Great to build a civilization spanning the ancient world from the Mediterranean to India.
—In-game campaign description

The Glory of Greece is a campaign in Age of Empires that starts during the establishment of the first Greek city, known as Athens, and ends with Alexander the Great conquering Persia.

This set consists of 8 different scenarios, each with different challenges and set of goals the player must overcome.

Scenarios[]

With the launch of the Definitive Edition, the campaign now consists of the following scenarios:

  1. Claiming Territory (named Land Grab in the original)
  2. Acropolis (named Citadel in the original)
  3. The Conquest of Crete (Rework of I'll Be Back, and replacing Ionian Expansion of the original)
  4. The Trojan War (named Trojan War in the original)
  5. Colonization of Ionia
  6. The Siege of Athens (named Siege of Athens in the original)
  7. Xenophon's March
  8. Alexander the Great (Wonder in the original)

Definitive Edition changes[]

The original scenario list of Glory of Greece

Besides the name changes, the original line-up of scenarios had Ionian Expansion as the third scenario and the now reworked The Conquest of Crete (I'll Be Back in the original) was the fifth. The Definitive Edition added Colonization of Ionia, and Alexander the Great replaced Wonder.

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Campaigns in Age of Empires
EmpiresIcon.png Age of Empires
Ascent of Egypt Learning Campaign
(Tutorial Campaign: Ascent of Egypt)
Hunting · Foraging  · Discoveries · Dawn of a New Age (Advancing to the next Age) · Skirmish  · Farming  · Trade · Crusade (Religion) · River Outpost (The River Outpost) · Naval Battle · A Wonder of the World · Siege in Canaan (The Siege in Canaan)
Glory of GreeceLand Grab (Claiming Territory) · Citadel (Acropolis) · Ionian Expansion (The Conquest of Crete) · Trojan War (The Trojan War) · I'll Be Back (Colonization of Ionia) · Siege of Athens (The Siege of Athens) · Xenophon's March · Wonder (Alexander the Great)
Voices of BabylonHoly Man (The Holy Man) · Tigris Valley (The Tigris Valley) · Lost (Vengeance) · I Shall Return · The Great Hunt (Definitive Edition) · The Caravan · Lord of the Euphrates · Nineveh (The Conquest of Nineveh)
Yamato, Empire of the Rising SunThe Assassins (Definitive Edition) · Island Hopping · Capture (Definitive Edition) · Mountain Temple (The Mountain Temple) · The Canyon of Death · Oppression (Coup) · A Friend in Need (Jinshin War) · Kyushu Revolts (Fujiwara Revolts)
RomeIcon.png The Rise of Rome
The Rise of RomeBirth of Rome (The Birth of Rome) · Pyrrhus of Epirus · Syracuse (The Siege of Syracuse) · Metaurus (The Battle of the Metaurus) · Zama (The Battle of Zama) · Mithridates
Ave CaesarCaesar vs Pirates (Caesar's Revenge) · Britain (The Invasion of Britain) · Alesia (The Siege of Alesia) · Caesar vs Pompey (The Battle of Pharsalus)
Pax Romana (Imperium Romanum)Actium (The Battle of Actium) · Year of the Four Emperors (The Year of the Four Emperors) · Ctesiphon (Ransom at Ctesiphon) · Queen Zenobia (Zenobia, Queen of Palmyra) · Coming of the Huns (The Coming of the Huns)
Enemies of RomeCrossing the Alps · Third Greek War (Third Macedonian War) · Spartacus (The Revolt of Spartacus) · Odenathus vs Persians (Odaenathus, Lord of Palmyra)
Definitive Edition
Reign of the HittitesHomelands (demo only) · Growing Pains (demo only) · Opening Moves · Fall of the Mitanni (Raid on Babylon) · Battle of Kadesh (The Battle of Kadesh)
The First Punic WarStruggle for Sicily (The Battle of Agrigentum) · Battle of Mylae (The Battle of Mylae) · Battle of Tunis (The Battle of Tunis)
Bronze Age Art of War
Demo versions
Dawn of Civilization (beta)Dawn of a New Age  · Skirmish · Crusade · The Wreck of the Hyskos  · Last Stand
Names in brackets represent campaigns and scenarios renamed and/or reworked in the Definitive Edition.
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