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Who was the Macedonian who became king at 20 and eventually conquered the Mediterranean world?
Alexander the Great
Who was the great Athenian playwright whose most famous play was Oedipus Rex?
Who was the Persian emperor who invaded Greece in order to avenge the defeat of his father?
Who was the leader of Athens under whom Athens expanded its empire and democracy flourished at home?
Who was the Greek playwright who was known for creating realistic characters and questioning traditional value?
What philosopher believed that people learn through a question and answer method and taught his students to question authority?
What philosopher believed in an ideal state where philosopher-kings would run the government and do what was best for the people?
What philosopher believed that people learned best by studying nature and by classifying and analyzing nature?
What group of people believed that happiness could only be found by living in harmony with the will of the gods, and regarded public service as a vital part of life?
What believe system taught that people should be free to follow their own self-interests and make happiness their goal?
Who was the chief Greek god and the sky god?
Who was the god of war?
Who was the god of the sea?
Who was the warrior goddess of wisdom?
Who was the messenger god and escort of souls to Hades?
What mathematician taught that the essence of the universe could be found in music and numbers?
What mathematician wrote the book Elements and is considered the founder of modern geometry?
What scientist is known for his work on spheres and cylinders and is credited with establishing the mathematic constant of pi?
What astronomer determined that the earth was round and calculated its circumference to within 185 miles?
What astronomer developed the theory that the sun is the center of the universe and the Earth revolved around the sun?
What was the type of government in which all males citizens participated in the decision making process by attending mass meetings?
What word means “to imitate the Greeks”?
What word refers to the process of voting to ban for 10 years a person who was considered harmful to Athens?
What word means and organized system of thought?
What type of early Greek drama was presented in three parts called a trilogy?