Pythagoras created the Pythagorian Theorom that helped mathmeticians throughout the decades. Pythagoras was a mathmetician, philosopher, and a scientist.
460 BC - 380 BC
421 BC - 406 BC
An acropolis was a military center that was high up on a hilltop. Every Greek city had an acropolis.
384 BC - 322 BC
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.
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.
287 BC - 212 BC
131 AD - 201 AD
Roman Ideas and Inventions
Alexander the Great
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.