I remember reading here about how the Muggle Prime Minister got in on the Wizarding secret, and it made me wonder: Was there a time where both Muggles and Wizards had co-existed? I can't recall it being discussed specifically in the books or on the website. It seems to only talk about the highest tensions during Medieval times.
The books seem to historically line up to real-life events, knowing that the Salem Witch Trials happened during Modern times and there are even some historical, real-life people in the Harry Potter world, I was thinking: Is It the same for some other periods in history?
For example, would wizards and witches and their mythological creatures had been on good terms with those in Ancient Greece and Rome? Obviously, Rome/Greece has plenty of mythological creatures. We know many of them to exist in the Wizarding world, such as hippogriffs (Buckbeat) and the Cerebus (Fluffy). The Greeks and Romans also have multiple accounts of abnormally powerful humans going on adventures against gods and magical creatures (The Odyssey). Also, in Ancient Greece, they have a goddess of witchcraft (Hectate) who was associated with a fair amount of good.
With that being said, I was wondering: is there any evidence Wizards and Muggles co-existed peacefully before the Salem Witch Trials if everything historically lined up? Evidence would be appreciated.