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The Ancient Greek Philosophers

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A Greek drama that focused around a struggling person and ended in a sad ending.
A Greek tragedy writer whose plots were more down to earth than other tragedies.
Believed all relationships in the world could be exposed in numbers. They made a theorem used in geometry.
A student of Socrates who formed a school for philosophers and scientists to discover ideas
A famous Greek female lyric poet whose stories revolved around love and romance.
A priestess who communicated the word of the god, Apollo.
A Greek writer of tragedies. They introduced costumes, props, and stage decorations to Greek dramas.
The Greek writer of tragedies who wrote "Oedipus Rex", "Antigone", and "Oedipus at Colonus".
A Greek drama that was satirical and inappropriate but ended happily.
Paid teachers of philosophy and rhetoric in Ancient Greece.
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Fought in the Peloponnesian War and wrote the "History of the Peloponnesian War".
Stories about gods and heroes who try to explain how the world works.
Known as the Father of History and wrote the history of the Persian War.
The best known writer of Greek comedies. They wrote "Lysistrata" and "The Clouds".
An Athenian temple that was sadly blown up during a war.
A Greek blind poet who wrote the "Iliad" and the "Odyssey".
A Greek sculptor, painter, and architect who built the Parthenon.
A student of Plato who taught people to live their lives in moderation.
When a question was answered, they would challenge the answer with more questions.
A Greek man who was famous for his fables. One of his fables includes "The Tortoise ans the Hare".