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Homer is known as the author of the Iliad and the Odyssey, the first epic.
Herodotus was the first historian.
Aristotle was a philosopher and scientist who believed that all knowledge was based on the person’s perception.
Socrates was a philosopher and believed in the power of asking questions.
Euclid was the author of the book "The elements" witch is the basic of geometry we learn now.
Pythagoras was a mathematician who created Pythagoreanism.
This is a video that will help explain Euclid's book the Elements, the basis of all modern math. www.youtube.com Euclid 300 B.C. http://www.cloudbiography.com Euclid was an ancient Greek mathematician. See a related article at Britannica.com: http://www.britannica.com/E...
This website will help explain his life and work. www.britannica.com Euclid, Greek Eukleides (born c. 300 bce, Alexandria, Egypt), the most prominent mathematician of Greco-Roman antiquity, best known for his treatise on geometry, the Elements.
Every aspect of Greek life was punctuated by song: history, poetry, theater, sports and even astronomy. Also explains what Plato, a student of Socrates, might have to say about the music we listen to today. ed.ted.com You think you love music? You have nothing on the Ancient Greek obsession. Every aspect of Greek life was punctuated by song: history, poetry, theater, sports and even astronomy. In fact, music was so important to Greek philosopher Plato that he claimed the music we listen to directly affects our ethics. Tim Hansen wonders what Plato might have to say about the music we listen to today.
Here is a great website (with a video) that will help explain Aristotle www.biography.com
This a a video that helps explain his theroy www.youtube.com
This is a website that helps explain Herodotus. www.newrepublic.com What has been missing until now, in the English-speaking world, is a clear, comprehensive, and well-grounded introduction to Herodotus, designed for t
This website explains the life and the epics Homer wrote. www.ancient.eu Homer (c. 750 BCE) is perhaps the greatest of all epic poets and his legendary status was well established by the time of Classical Athens. He composed (not wrote, since the poems were created and transmitted...
This website explains the life and ideas of Pythagoras. www.ancient.eu Pythagoras (ca. 571- ca. 497 BCE) was a Greek philosopher born on the island of Samos, off Asia Minor, where his ancestors had settled after leaving Phlius, a city in the northwest Peloponnese, after the...
Here is a great website (with a video) that will help explain Socrates www.biography.com
"Matt Kaplan explains why there might be more reality behind the "Odyssey" than many realize." ed.ted.com Homer’s "Odyssey" recounts the adventures of the Greek hero Odysseus during his journey home from the Trojan War. Though some parts may be based on real events, the encounters with monsters, giants and magicians are considered to be complete fiction. But might there be more to these myths than meets the eye? Matt Kaplan explains why there might be more reality behind the "Odyssey" than many realize.
www.youtube.com Hailed as both the Father of History and the Father of Lies, the fact remains that Herodotus of Halicarnassus (c. 490/80 - 425 BC) is still one of the most r...