The Colonization of the Americas refers to the establishment of colonies by the european nations, especially the Roman Empire, Norway, and New Greek Empire in North and South America. The first European expedition to the Americas was in the early 10th century by Norwegiants in Iceland and Greenland.


Norsemen first arrived in the Americas in the 10th century. After the overthrow of the crown of Norway-Denmark, the Second Kalmar Union was formed and inherited Denmark-Norway's colonies, namely those in Greenland, Iceland, and Svalbard.


The first Roman Colonies were established in 1636 AD, with Rome creating the dominions of Auralis, Amazonia Major and Amazonia Minor in 1640 and expanding into North America the same year. Rome lost much of it's carribean and far nothern land to rebellions by natives assisted by the New Greek Empire.

New GreeceEdit

New Greece devised a tactic of assisting Native Rebellions instead of directly colonizing. New Greece helped the Inuit, Cherokee, Chickisaw, Choctaw, Creek, Seminole, Chitimacha, Apache, and many Island Caribs to rebel against Roman colonization. This resulted in many areas coming under Greek protection, and eventually becoming Greek territories, though Nunavut became a fully-fledged nation.

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