What planet did the ancient Greeks not know about?
The greek Aristotle writted a theorie of the universe based on what Greeks considered geometrical perfect bodies; 5 bodies, then 5 planets: Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn. Greeks do not have considered the Earth a planet.The do not have known about Uranus, Neptune, and Pluton.Today, have been discovered far objects with equal or suspected bigger size than Pluton (like Quaoar), and Pluton is not more considered a planet.
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It's one word: "gignoskis" (Î³Î¹Î³Î½ÏÏÎºÎµÎ¹Ï), because YOU is shown through the word ending. but it's not pronounced with a G... it's a softer sound.. …something like the Y in YES (this is only true in modern Greek pronunciation; to the ancient Greeks it had a "g") Depends what you mean by it; if it's just an interjection, you know, the word you want is ÏÎ¿Î¹ ("toi")
The ancient Greeks referred to the planets as "wanderers" (which isthe literal meaning of "planet", in fact) as a result of what theydirectly observed in the sky. The planets …appeared to theirobservation to wander -- or, travel -- across the sky each night,and on varying paths during the course of each year.
Mercury, Venus, Earth (obviously) Jupiter and Saturn were all known by the ancients.
Question: did Greeks distinguish planets from stars? Answer: Greeks distinguished planets from stars by studying them for a while and they just so happen to be really smart pe…ople. No offence to any other races , seriously because I'm not even Greek. i hope that helped
planet\n =\nÏÎ»Î±Î½Î®ÏÎ·Ï (plah-NEE-tees)
To the Greeks and Romans there were seven known planets, each presumed to be circling the Earth. They considered the moon a planet which makes seven. The moon, Mercury, Ven…us, the Sun, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn. Leave out the moon and you have six. Maybe that's what you mean.
I think the Romans named the planets after their gods.
All of the stars in the night sky stay fixed, relative to each other. The planets are all moving around the sun at different rates, so they are not fixed against the stars - t…hey appear to wander over time.
They found out that if you rub a rock with amber then it could pick up stuff like wool and feathers. then they used other stuff to rub and made sparks (electricity).
One is hot dogs and any other form of American food
Yes. Planet < ÏÎ»Î±Î½Î®ÏÎ·Ï (Î±ÏÏÎ®Ï) = wanderer (star)
The Ancient Hebrews were not concerned with astrology. They weremore focused on ethics. Answer: The question is wrong. The planets are enumerated in the Talmud(Shabbat 156a…), in a text which goes back at least as far as theGreeks.
Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn were.
Planet means "wanderer". The planets moved against the background of the fixed stars.
There are many writings from ancient Greece. There were manyartifacts and images from the time. All of these give us insightsinto life in ancient Greece.
To one of the temples of the gods which specialised in oracles, egDelphi. The Delphians mad a great living from the gifts brought tothe Oracle, and had agents in the cities to… give them early noticeof upcoming questions so that they could cook up a good answer -the answers each had two interpretations so that always one of themwould be right.