is learned and not automatic
discipline, school, sanctions
where culture is learned
systems used as organizational tools for a culture
specialists in many fields of study
assimilate a different culture
ancient Roman physician who studied anatomy and circulation
Greek poet who is considered to be the author of the Iliad and Odyssey
The Egyptian cultural capital of the Hellenistic world
tutor of Alexander the Great whose ideas were the basis for the Hellenistic world, created the scientific method, suggested monotheism.
spread of culture
Hellenistic scientist & map maker who argued that the Earth was the center of the universe
Greek physician who set the ethical standards for doctors
common characteristic of Classical art
spread of Greek culture
most lasting achievement of Alexander the Great
Greek philosopher who was sentenced to death for leading youth astray when he taught them to question
applied principles of physics to make practical inventions
aqueducts, domes, and arches
products of Roman engineers
temple of Athena built by Pericles and designed by Ictinus & Callicrates
helped form a global culture by spreading ideas rapidly
wrote an analysis of governmental systems and concluded that an ideal state would be ruled by a wise philosophy king
Roman architecture emphasized this
systems of meaning
language, gestures, manners, and emotional responses
Oedipus the King
a play by Sophocles, one of the first tragedies ever written
First to suggest a heliocentric universe
Wrote biographies of famous Greeks and Romans
Father of Geometry who wrote a book called "The Elements" and made advancements in optics.
authored a famous math theorem named after himself and still used today.
Playwright who authored many famous Greek tragedies.