T, A Classical Europe

Greek Ideas and Inventions

Mytholgy

2500 B.C

The Acroplis

1400 B.C

The word Acropolis means city by the edge. They are many all around Greece, they were always situated on a high spot. They were often used as a place for shelter.

Architecture

900 B.C

Phytagros

580 B.C

Phytagros is famous for the phytagoreon theorem. Construction workers use his formula to build houses, buildings,etc

Dionysus (The Theatere)

500 B.C

Dionysus is known as the God of fertility and wine. He was one of the most important Gods of the greeks. He is the son of Zeus. He invented the art of wine.

Sophoques

496 B.C

Sophoques was basically a greek version of shakespear

Pericles

495 B.C

Socrates

470 B.C

Parthenon

447 B.C

Aristarchus

310 B.C

Ptolemy

85 A.D

Ptolemy was a Greek astronomer, he is also famous for his work in geography. He was the first person to ever use longitude and latitude to identify places on the face of the Earth

Hadrian

138 A.D

Romans Ideas and Inventions

Trojan War

1500 B.C

Hippocrates

400 B.C

Pliny The Elder

23 B.C

Marcus Aurelius

121 A.D

Galen

149 A.D

Alexandria, Egypt

7 Wonder Of The Ancient World

1000 B.C

Alexander The Great

356 B.C

Library Of Alexandria

30 B.C

Hero Of Alexandria

10 A.D