KJ Classical Europe

Greek Ideas and Inventions

Mythology

2500 BC

Trojan War

1500 BC - 1200 BC

Olympics

776 BC

Greek Theatres

700 BC

Pythagoras

580 BC

Pythagoras created the Pythagorian Theorom that helped mathmeticians throughout the decades. Pythagoras was a mathmetician, philosopher, and a scientist.

Pericles

490 BC

Hippocrates

460 BC - 380 BC

Parthenon

440 BC

Acropolis

421 BC - 406 BC

An acropolis was a military center that was high up on a hilltop. Every Greek city had an acropolis.

Plato

387 BC

Aristotle

384 BC - 322 BC

Aristarchus

310 BC - 230 BC

Aristarchus was the scientist who found, that Earth had an axis, that Earth went around the Sun and that the Moon goes around the Earth.

Socrates

300 BC

Homer

300 BC

Homer was a playwright who wrote a very famous play called "The Odyssey" and was written in many languages. The play was mostly about the Greek gods.

Archimedes

287 BC - 212 BC

Galen

131 AD - 201 AD

Roman Ideas and Inventions

Alexander the Great

356 BC

Alexander the Great was a mighty emperor who conquered a lot of land and began at a young age. As a boy he was taught by Aristotle who gave him a lot of knowledge in many subjects. As Alexander began conquering land he also spread the knowledge he had that was given to him by Aristotle.

Roman Columns

100 BC

Marcus Aurelius

121 AD

Emperor Constantine

313 AD

Alexandria, Egypt

Pharo's Lighthouse of Alexandria

283 BC

Library of Alexandria

235 BC

Hero of Alexandria

1 AD

Pliny the Elder

73 AD