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Alexander the great – Macedonian conqueror who spread greek culture from Egypt to india. Queen hatshepusut - queen of Egypt for 30 years and she the only pharaoh of Egypt. One of the first responsible for the discovery of cultivated plants and the formal gardens there. Vasco da gama – Portuguese explorer who traveled around the southern tip of Africa to india while setting up trading stations along the way for spices. Christopher Columbus – Italian explorer who set out westward in hopes of finding a route to asia, and accidentally discovered the new world. Aristotle – greek philosopher, wrote on biology, developed the concept of vitalism. Sir joesph banks – naturalist who sailed with cap. Cook, dictator of English botany and the pres. of royal society. Dioscorides - Theophrastes - Alphonse de candolle (1806-1893)- origin of cultivated plants, presence of wild relatives, historical, names, archeology. Albertus magnus – was an early member of Dominican order who was influential in translating Aristotle
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2011 for the course HIST 302 taught by Professor Jensic during the Summer '10 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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