← History Ch. 6 People Export Options Alphabetize Word-Def Delimiter Tab Comma Custom Def-Word Delimiter New Line Semicolon Custom Data Copy and paste the text below. It is read-only. Select All Aristarchus astronomer' believed earth moved around the sun. Myron Sculptor of The Dicus Tower Demosthenes public speaker who warned the Greeks about the threat to their freedom posed by the kingdom of Macedon. Epicurus philiosopher who taught that the aim of life is to seek pleasure and avoid pain. Zeno established Stoic philosophy in Athens. Pericles ruler of greece after the Persian War and rebuilder of Athens. Hippocrates medical pioneer who taught that diesease comes from natural causes and not from the gods. Phidias Athenian sculptor who created statues or the gods that decorated the Parthenon. Euclid Mathematician; best known in the filed of Geometry. Pythagoras philosopher who believed everything could be explained in the terms of mathmatics. Socrates great teacher who was sentenced to death for criticizing Greek leaders and democracy. Sophocles Greek writer of tragedies; author of Oedipus Rex Herodotus Father of history and the first great historian of the western world. Aristotle thinker who developed approaches to organizing information that are now part of modern science. Euripides one of the greatest tragic dramatists of ancient Greece. Archimedes scientist who used math and physics to invent important labor saving machines. Plato philosopher who wrote about government, justice, and the nature of physical and spiritual things.