Chemistry, physics, astronomy, medicine, mathematics, language, literature, theater, music The Greeks were the main contributors in the formation of the scientific world in which we live. Most names given to sciences and arts "physics, chemistry, biology, astronomy, theatre, etc" are of Greek origin in fact they are anglicised versions of Greek words. A few basic examples of the importance of the Greeks 1.
This section contains words approx. States how the Ancient Greek cultures made many contributions to western civilization.
Describes their influence on fine arts, government, sports, medics, and philosophies. The Ancient Greece culture has made many contributions to western civilization.
The ancient Greeks affected our fine arts, government, sports, medics, and philosophies. The Greek culture has had a very profound impact on the way people live nowadays.
One way that ancient Greece affected western civilization is politics. Greece had the first known democracy. The Greek states man Pericles had three goals, to Strengthen Democracy, Hold strength in the empire, and to glorify Athens.
Pericles stated that he wanted all citizens to have an equal opportunity to serve the public. The Greeks affected many of our constitutional rights. In both the US democracy and the Athenian democracy political power can be exercised by citizens.
An example of the political power to be exercised by the citizen in Athens was that laws were voted on and proposed directly by assembly of all citizens. In the US when citizens areThe Struggle for Greece, , C. M.
Woodhouse, Richard Clogg 1 - Institutions and Teaching Programmes in Twelve Countries of Western Europe A Refreshing New Look at Ancient History - A Refreshing New Look at Ancient History, A. O. Kime Sons of. Nov 06, · In Western cultures, there is no differentiation between men and women as both are considered equal in today’s society.
Though prior to this, women were considered lesser to men, it has not been so since the s. The geographical coverage of Ancient Greek civilization changed markedly during its history.
Its origins were in the land of Greece and the islands of the Aegean Sea, plus the west coast of Asia Minor (modern Turkey). the classical tradition derived from Greece and Rome was the dominant strand in Western civilization.
Ancient Greek. India and the World: Social Science Textbook for Class VI Makkhan Lal et. al. Irfan Habib, Indian History Congress This Index of Errors for the Class VI textbook India and the World (Ancient Period) has been prepared by Prof.
Irfan Habib. Prof. Habib retired as Professor of Mug hal Economic History and specialises on Ain-i-Akbari. The Greek’s Golden Age “as a time of peace and cultural prosperity, and It was the time from which most of Grace’s contributions to Western collocation originated.
Democracy, myths, and the Olympics all began with the ancient Greeks. The Dark Ages. That's one of the terms used to describe nearly years of history-a history that is often hard to understand due to a lack of surviving documents, and often is clouded by myth and legends.
Western Europe was under the rule of hundreds of feudal lords and kings.