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Great greeks

15 great greeks

philosopher and first teacher; taught by asking questions Socrates
philosopher; student of Socrates founded school called the Academy teacher of Aristotle plato
plato's student: known as the father of Science teacher of Alexander the great aristotle
one of the world's greatest poets who wrote 2 great epics called "Illiad" and "odyssey" homer
women poet who wrote greek love poems one of the few greek women who could read and write sappho
greek leader during Greece's Golden Age had Acropolis rebuilt, including the parthenon pericles
last powerful Greek leader who expanded the greek alexander the great
Created by: arunima on 2007-10-09

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