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The Golden Age of Athens ended due to:
1. Plague (wide spread diseas)killed many people
2. There was little food during the war
3. Athens lost to Sparta in the Pelopenniasian War
The Golden Age of Athens ended due to:
1. Plague (wide spread diseas)killed many people
2. There was little food during the war
3. Athens lost to Sparta in the Pelopenniasian War
The Golden Age of Athens ended due to:
1. Plague (wide spread diseas)killed many people
2. There was little food during the war
3. Athens lost to Sparta in the Pelopenniasian War
King Phillip of Macedonia srentghed what?
Macedonia's military power
Alexander the Great was known by expanding the Greek Culture by:
Establishing colonies and cities in conquered lands modeled after greek cities and giving control of the government of conquered lands to Greek governors

Unifying the empire by combinig Greek culture with the culture of the conquered people
Aristophanes
Greek comedy playwright
Euclid and Pythagorus
Made important discoveries in geometrey
Herodotus
Known as the 'father of history" for his factual account of the Persian Wars.
Hippocrates
Pioneer in the field of medicine, who established a code of duty for members of his profession.
Plato
Greek Philospher and student of Socrates
Sappho
Greek poet famous for her lyric poems in celebration of love and friendship
Socrates
Greek philosopher and teacher who thought the best way to gain knowledge was to ask questions.
Thucyides
Greek historian established the practice of carefully evaluating historical evidence.