chief god; father of gods
cerimonies or rites
Olympic Festival 776 BC
sacred shrine where gods or goddess revealed the future through a priest or priestess
Most famous oracle
Apollo at Delphi; Mount Parnassus
a set of three plays built around a common theme
organized system of thought; comes from greek word (love of wisdom)
a group of traveling teachers in Greece who rejected speculation such as that of Pythagoras as foolish.
A critic of the Sophists; a sculptor
a question and answer format to lead pupils to see things for themselves by using their own reason.
one of socrates' students, considered the greatest philosopher of the western civilization
student at the academy in athens, did not except plato's theory of ideal forms. ethics, logic, politics, poetry, astronomy, geology, biology, and physics
the greatest historian of the ancient world