Greek philosopher who was one of the founding fathers of Western philosophy.
World-renowned Athenian philosopher concerned with universals.
Greek philosopher concerned with particulars.
Roman dictator, politician, and military general.
Our Lord and Savior.
Catholic Priest, Dominican friar, apologist, and philosopher.
Rebirth of Greek and Roman culture.
Innovative Flemish painter.
World-class artist, inventor, and scientist.
German artist who brought revolutionary techniques to art
Italian Renaissance painter, sculptor, and architect.
Leading figure in the Reformation movement.
Protestants reform the Church.
A musically diverse time where composer such as Bach and Handel who introduced many revolutionary concepts to the musical world.
Famous Dutch artist.
Influential German composer from the Baroque period.
First President of the United States.
Influential American artist. Created the first museum in America.
Period in which music was clear and light. Included composers such as Mozart and Beethoven.
Influential composer from the Classical period.
World-famous German composer from the Classical-Romantic period of music.
Hungarian pianist from the Romantic era.
Era of the arts centered on emotions and feelings.
French impressionist painter. Noteworthy pieces include San Giorgio Maggiore At Dusk, Impression Sunrise, and The Walk Woman With A Parasol.
Potato Famine in Ireland causes mass migration of Irish
Impressionist-era musician. Noteworthy pieces: Clair de Lune, Reverie, and Deux Arabesque.
General secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union from the 1920s to 1953.
U.S Army general who played a prominent role in both World War 2 and the Korean War.
World-renowned British writer and theologian.
American Evangelical Christian theologian, philosopher, and Presbyterian pastor.
Contemporary pianist composer.