|Reserved for articles that meet the featured article criteria and have received featured article status after community review.
||Featured article candidates
||Hippocrates (as of November 2010)
|Provides a well-written, reasonably clear and complete description of the topic, as described in How to write a great article. It should be of a length suitable for the subject, with a well-written introduction and an appropriate series of headings to break up the content. It should have sufficient external literature references, preferably from "hard" (peer-reviewed where appropriate) literature rather than websites. Should be well illustrated, with no copyright problems. At the stage where it could at least be considered for featured article status, corresponds to the "Wikipedia 1.0" standard.
||The Project lacks its own A-Class review process. Articles that have been reviewed as A-Class by other projects like WP:MILHIST are automatically eligible.
||Battle of Marathon (as of November 2010)
|Reserved for articles that meet the good article criteria and have received good article status.
||Good article nominations
||Battle of Bathys Ryax (as of November 2010)
|The article meets the following five criteria:
- It is suitably referenced, and all major points are appropriately cited.
- It reasonably covers the topic, and does not contain major omissions or inaccuracies.
- It has a defined structure, including a lead section and one or more sections of content.
- It is free from major grammatical errors.
- It contains appropriate supporting materials, such as an infobox, images, or diagrams.
|May be assigned by any reviewer. The B-class checklist is available through ((WikiProject Greece)) to track the criteria (see the project banner instructions for more details); if not all criteria are met, the article is automatically assessed as C-class.
||Alexander the Great (as of November 2010)
|The article is substantial, but is still missing important content or contains a lot of irrelevant material. The article should have some references to reliable sources, but may still have significant issues or require substantial cleanup.
|More detailed criteria
|The article is better developed in style, structure and quality than Start-Class, but fails one or more of the criteria for B-Class. It may have some gaps or missing elements; need editing for clarity, balance or flow; or contain policy violations such as bias or original research. Articles on fictional topics are likely to be marked as C-Class if they are written from an in-universe perspective.
||May be assigned by any reviewer. In practice, C-class should be reserved for articles that fulfill at least three of the B-class criteria, including at least one of #1 (references) and #2 (coverage). The B-class checklist is available through ((WikiProject Greece)) to track the criteria (see the project banner instructions for more details).
||Antiochus III the Great (as of November 2010)
|The article has a meaningful amount of good content, but it is still weak in many areas, and may lack a key element; it has at least one serious element of gathered materials, including any one of the following:
- A particularly useful picture or graphic
- Multiple links that help explain or illustrate the topic
- A subheading that fully treats an element of the topic
- Multiple subheadings that indicate material that could be added to complete the article
|May be assigned by any reviewer
||Aetolian League (as of November 2010)
|The article is either a very short article or a rough collection of information that will need much work to bring it to A-Class level. It is usually very short, but can be of any length if the material is irrelevant or incomprehensible.
||May be assigned by any reviewer
||Acronauplia (as of November 2010)