What are some names of ancient greek vessels?
In answer to your question: Did Greek food come from gardens or fields. Some Greek food was grow in market gardens near the city, others in fields. Food was not grown in gardens in ancient Greek cities because there wasn't such gardens within the city itself. there were however groves where citizens could walk, etc...
The three most famous Greek philosophers are Socrates, Plato and Aristotle. Some other Greek philosophers whose work (or at least names) are known to us: Thales, Anaximenes, Anaximander, Pherecydes, Pythagoras, Parmenides, Zeno, Xenophanes, Heraclitus, Empedocles, Democritus, Epicurus all these philosophers are very important
Some of the greatest achievements in the Greek culture of ancient times are found in the areas of art and science, as they valued creativity, on one hand, and, on the other, the acquisition of sure knowledge in more influential ways than other ancient civilizations. Their discovery (or, invention) of democracy, if only in limited form, is yet another of their greatest achievements.
gymnastics,water technology ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The steam engine was invented by Heron, an ancient Greek geometer (mathmatecian who specialized in geometry) and engineer from Alexandria. Dikaiarch of Messina (350-290 BC) a Greek geographer introduces to the map making world the notion of latitude and longitude. There are many other inventions, sech as the water screw by Archimedes, which would move water upward or downward in a corkscrew motion.
Alexander III of Macedon, commonly known as Alexander the Great (Greek: Ἀλέξανδρος ὁ Μέγας, Alexandros ho Mégas), was a king (basileus) of the Ancient Greek kingdom of Macedon and a member of the Argead Dynasty. Born in Pella in 356 BCE, Alexander succeeded his father, Phillip II, to the throne at the age of twenty. Pella (Greek: Πέλλα), is an ancient city located in Central Macedonia. It was probably built as the capital of the…
Though in the ancient history and literature of India, several names have been quoted. Some of then are still in the tradition as Aryavart, Bharat-Varsh, Bharat, Hindustan, Bharatiya Gan-rajya..., but as per the constitution of India, this is "India; that is Bharat", only these two names are official or constitutional.
The ancient Greeks have always believed in greek mythology. No one knows exactly for sure who began greek mythology. It is unknown but with some help of past references, archaeologists, scientists, etc., are able to piece together somewhat of an idea. There is no record available however. Lets hope that we get one!
Archon: Greek word meaning 'ruler', although frequently encountered as the title of some specific public office. In some ancient Greek cities, the chief magistrates and the states were called Archons. In Athens, an archon was one of three offices that were filled by the aristocracy elections every 10 years.
The Greek cities sent their surplus populations out and established city-states around the Mediterranean and Black Seas. Some were sent to North Africa - eg Tripoli (Tripolis in Greek = three cities). Then Alexander the Great captured Egypt and Libya, establishing Greek cities eg Alexanddia named after himself.
Some characteristics about Ancient Greek sculptures are to colour the sculptures, make one foot stepping more forward than the other *left usualyl in front of right), left leg larger than right leg, body positioned different compared to way head is facing and feet are facing, details of hair, eyes, mouth and chesr are exactly alike on both sides of the figure.
Ancient Greek Poetry: Epic (Homer, Hesiodus) Drama: Tragedy (Sophocles, Euripides,Aeschylus) Comedy (Aristophanes) Lyric (Sappho, Pindarus, Archilochus) Greek Poetry in Byzantium: Hymns (Romanus Melodus) Medieval Epic Poems of Crete: "Erotocitus" (Vincenzo Cornaro) Modern Greek Poetry: some great poets: K. Palamas, G. Seferis (Noble Prize 1963), Od. Elytis (Noble Prize 1979)