uring the Classical years, Aeolians inhabit the island of Samothraki and build the Temple of the Great Gods. Moreover, this era is characterized by the composition of organized settlements on the south coasts of the County, where the City-State of Samothraki is created, to enforce its commercial contacts with the Thrakan inland. The most famous of these little towns, which created the Peraia of Samothraki is Mesimvria-Zoni.

he contact with the interior of Thraka is improved, mostly via the Evros river, but also using the land road which passes close to the west bank of the river. An important number of burial tombs on the north side of the County, certifies the great mobility at that era. At 46 A.D., Thraka is subsumed to the Roman domain.