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Greece Legacies

Famous Greeks and the legacies they left behind.

PersonLegacy
Archimedes Greek thinker that discovered that you could find volume by measuring the amount of water that came out of a bathtub when you put an object in.
Herodotus Greek historian, also known as the “father of history”.
Thucydides A Greek writer that wrote about Greek wars.
Hippocrates A doctor in ancient Greece that treated diseases, an oath was named after him.
Pythagoras Ancient Greek mathematician that was fascinated with geometry and started a math school where student created mathematical theories, a theorem was named after him.
Euclid Made a geometry textbook that was used to teach students math for over 2,000 years.
Hypatia Was the first women mathematics and philosophy teacher to earn fame.
Aristotle Was a Greek philosopher who studied plants and animals, was taught by Plato.
Created by: ENayee110