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Not only did the people that Alexander conquer adapt Greek culture, but people throughout his empire would adapt things found throughout his empire. This Winged Victory of Samothrace is an excellent example of Hellenistic art. Greek + Egyptian + Persian + Indian = Hellenism.

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Greek egyptian persian indian hellenism

Not only did the people that Alexander conquer adapt Greek culture, but people throughout his empire would adapt things found throughout his empire.This Winged Victory of Samothrace is an excellent example of Hellenistic art


Greek egyptian persian indian hellenism
Greek + Egyptian + Persian + Indian = Hellenism culture, but people throughout his empire would adapt things found throughout his empire.


Greek egyptian persian indian hellenism

The center of the Hellenistic World was Alexandria in Egypt. Its most imposing building was the lighthouse. It was somewhere between 375 -450 feet high. It was considered one of the 7 Ancient Wonders of the World


Greek egyptian persian indian hellenism

By 1325, due to two earthquakes, the lighthouse was deemed unfit and you couldn’t enter it anymore. Shown is the Fort Quitby built on its site, and some of its stone was used to build the fort.


Greek egyptian persian indian hellenism

  • The Colossus of Rhodes unfit and you couldn’t enter it anymore. Shown is the Fort Quitby built on its site, and some of its stone was used to build the fort. was one of the 7 wonders of the ancient world. It was destroyed in an earthquake in 226 BCE


Science technology
Science & Technology unfit and you couldn’t enter it anymore. Shown is the Fort Quitby built on its site, and some of its stone was used to build the fort.

  • Aristarchus (310 – 230 BCE) was an astronomer

  • Believed Sun was 300 times the size of Earth (instead of smaller than Greece – you can fit 1 million Earths inside the Sun)

  • Also thought that the earth & planets revolved around the Sun


Greek egyptian persian indian hellenism


Greek egyptian persian indian hellenism

  • Hipparchus astronomer named made the earliest samples of Trigonometric tables

  • Invented longitude & latitude systems using the naked eye

  • 1st to develop a reliable method to predict eclipses.

  • Considered one of the greatest if not the greatest ancient astronomers


Greek egyptian persian indian hellenism

  • Eratosthenes astronomer named – nickname was beta, because he was the 2nd in many fields

  • Used geometry to figure out the circumference of the earth – he was off by about 120 miles!


Greek egyptian persian indian hellenism

  • Euclid is known as the astronomer named “Father of Geometry”

  • His proofs and propositions were our main source until the 1900’s.

  • His book Elements was the most widely used book on this subject

9(x + y) = 9x + 9y


Greek egyptian persian indian hellenism

  • Archimedes astronomer named – one of the top minds of his era.

  • Too many discoveries to list (Archimedes screw, value of pi, explained how the lever worked and invented the compound pulley.

  • Discovered principle of buoyancy in his bathtub. Story goes he was so excited he ran in the streets naked crying “Eureka” (I have found it)


Greek egyptian persian indian hellenism
He also invented burning mirrors to destroy ships, and the steam engine, although he didn’t know what its use would be


Greek egyptian persian indian hellenism

  • Zeno – founded the school of Stoicism steam engine, although he didn’t know what its use would be

  • Stoics believed in a Divine Force or Power who controlled the universe

  • Vices, human desires, power, and wealth were all distractions, sounds a bit like Buddha & Hinduism


The school at athens by raphael
The School at Athens by Raphael steam engine, although he didn’t know what its use would be


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