Greek
To differentiate from the "Ancient Greek" used in the ancient times, the official language of Greece nowadays is called Helenic. Love is here to stay … so is her family. Sparta was a city in southern Greece, existed about 10th century BC Director: Joel Zwick. Also starred Lainie Kazan, Andrea Martin & Joey Fatone Oil and gold leaf on panel, c. 1403; Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow The principle character in Homer’s epic “The Odyssey” about his ten year journey back from The Trojan War to his home. Killed by Hercules (Heracles) in the fourth of his twelve labors Killed by Hercules in the first of his twelve labors Sage and fabulist. Author of the famous Aesop's Fables; born c.620 BC Founder of the Academy in Athens Ionian Greek philosopher and mathematician. Born c. 570 BC. Founder of the religious movement called Pythagoreanism. PreSocratic, c. 610546 BCE And cartographer. Tried to describe the mechanics of celestial bodies and created a map of the known world And engineer. Generally considered the greatest mathematician of antiquity; c. 287212 BC Acclaimed playwright of Athens many of whose plays still exist; c. 446386 BC Student of Plato and teacher of Alexander the Great; 384322 BC Ionian Greek philosopher and mathematician. Born c. 570 BC. Best known for the Pythagorean theorem Considered one of the most outstanding figures in the history of medicine, c. 460370 BC Flourished in Alexandria c. 300 BC; often referred to as the Father of Geometry Last of the three great Athenian tragedians; c. 480406 BCE Said to be the author of the Iliad and the Odyssey Only 7 plays survive in complete form of the 123 written; c. 497406 BCE Credited as one of the founders of Western philosophy; known chiefly through the writings of Plato Sage and fabulist. Author of the famous Aesop's Fables; born c.620 BC And engineer. Generally considered the greatest mathematician of antiquity; c. 287212 BC Acclaimed playwright of Athens many of whose plays still exist; c. 446386 BC Student of Plato and teacher of Alexander the Great; 384322 BC, was a bugger for the bottle One of the founders of Cynic philosophy; c. 412 BC404 BC Flourished in Alexandria c. 300 BC; often referred to as the Father of Geometry Last of the three great Athenian tragedians; c. 480406 BCE Considered one of the most outstanding figures in the history of medicine, c. 460370 BC Founder of the Academy in Athens Ionian Greek philosopher and mathematician. Born c. 570 BC. Best known for the Pythagorean theorem Credited as one of the founders of Western philosophy; known chiefly through the writings of Plato Only 7 plays survive in complete form of the 123 written; c. 497406 BCE Folk hero and inspiration for modern writers Author of the History of the Peloponnesian War; c. 460395 BCE
