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The Greeks were very interested in science as a way of organizing the world and making order out of chaos, and having power over some very powerful things like oceans and weather. From about 600 BC, a lot of Greek men spent time observing the planets and the sun and trying to figure out how astronomy worked. They must have gotten their first lessons from the Babylonians, who were very good at astronomy and also very interested in it.
By the 400's BC, Pythagoras was interested in finding the patterns and rules in mathematics and music, and invented the idea of a mathematical proof. Although Greek women usually were not allowed to study science, Pythagoras did have some women among his students. Socrates, a little bit later, developed logical methods for deciding whether something was true or not.
 

In the 300's BC, Aristotle and other philosophers at the Lyceum and the Academy in Athens worked on observing plants and animals, and organizing the different kinds of plants and animals into types. Again, this is a way of creating order out of chaos.

After Aristotle, using his ideas and also ideas from Egypt and the Persians and Indians, Hippocrates and other Greek doctors wrote important medical texts that were used for hundreds of years.

Source: http://www.historyforkids.org/learn/greeks/science/

Daily Life in Ancient Greece
 

How would you have behaved if you had lived in ancient Sparta? (Lie, cheat, steal, because that is the Sparta way!) Or in ancient Athens? Or in Corinth, Argos or Megara? Meet the Greeks! They were a riot!

The ancient Greeks were very proud of their city-state! They were also proud of being Greek. The ancient Greeks were thinkers. They loved to talk. They honored their gods and respected honor. They loved beauty, music, literature, drama, philosophy, politics and art. If you're in a hurry, use the cheat sheet below to find just what you need!

Welcome to ancient Greece!

 

Who were the Ancient Greeks?  
http://www.mlahanas.de/Greeks/Greeks.htm Ancient Greek Science and Technology. Very good compendium
Free powerpoint animations of ancient greece  
Ancient Kites/Flight in Ancient Mythology Powerpoint presentation
Greek Architecture - Doric, Ionic, Corinthian Columns Powerpoint presentation
Ancient Greek Inventions (Donn)  
Webquest on Ancient Greece (Donner Springs Elem)    
Free Lesson Plans & Resources for Ancient Greece   
Free Ancient Greece Clip Art   

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