Short Vocab Review for Exam 1

Short Vocab Review for Exam 1 - -Anaximander lived 610 546...

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-Anaximander: lived: 610- 546 BCE, Greek scientist from Miletus -Aristotle: 384- 322 BCE, Greek philosopher and scientist. A student of Plato and  tutor of Alexander the Great, he founded a school (the Lyceum) outside Athens.  Is one of the most influential thinkers in the history of Western thought.  -Babylonian Exile: 587- 532 BCE -Battle of Actium: September 2, 31 BCE -Cleisthenes: ruled: 509- -Cyrus the Great: ruled 559- 530 BCE, Founder of the Persian Emp -David: 1004- 965 (king of Judah and Israel, 1000- 962 BC) -Democritus: lived: 460- 370 BCE, Greek Philosopher -Epicurus: lived: 341- 271 BCE, Greek philosopher, founder of Epicureanism -Gaius Marius: lived: 157- 86 BCE, Roman general and politician -Galen: 129- after 210 CE, Greek physician, full name: Claudios Galenos. While  attempting to systematize medicine, he made important discoveries -Hannibal: ruled: 246- 183 BCE, Commander of the Carthaginian forces during 
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