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Homer
A great Greek poet
Solon
A reform-minded Athenian aristocrat
Cleisthenes
An Athenian reformer who created a council of five hundred
Pericles
A leading political figure during the "Golden Age" of Athens
Socrates
A Greek philosopher, sculpture, and teacher
Plato
Considered to be the greatest philosopher in the Western civilization
Aristotle
A student/pupil of Plato who wrote on subjects such as ethics, politics, logic, etc.
Alexander the Great
King of Macedonia who took over a large empire and helped spread Greek culture
Mycenae
An early Greek city-state or center of civilation
Troy
City that was sacked in Homer's epic "The Iliad"
Sparta
A powerful, militaristic Greek city-state
Athens
A powerful Greek city-state
Macedonia
A region to the North of the Greek city-states
Alexandria
A center for the spread of the Hellenistic culture