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1 Shakespeare, Hamlet, the ancient Greeks and Romans could not imagine steam engines, railways, and the industry of the 18th and 19th centuries.
2 Like the ancient Greeks, its inhabitants turned their backs on their rocky soil, venturing out to fish and trade with distant shores.
3 It certainly goes back to the ancient Greeks.
4 Extracts from the willow tree have been used for pain relief in folk medicine since the time of the ancient Greeks.
5 Mary does her hair after the ancient Greek fashion.
6 The tragic nature of Eugene O Neill splays is deeply influenced by the ancient Greek tragedy, the expressionism of Strindberg, and O Neill sown experience.
7 The profound ancient Greek philosophical thinking, the magnificent Homer Epic, the immortal Greek mythology all have the permanent charm and give human the wisdom and enlightenment.
8 Many ancient Greek myths take their location from Minoan Crete more than ten centuries before Plato. Daedalus, the ancient scientist, was supposedly the architect of the palace at Knossos.
9 He dreamt of creating a great series of stone caryatids, inspired by the nude or partly draped female figures that supported the stone entablatures of ancient Greek temples.
10 Achilles and Heracles were ancient Greek heroes.
11 If we look at one of the ancient Greek creation stories, the world was originally Chaos.
12 Zeus and Aphrodite were ancient Greek deities.
13 In addition to its sheer age, the artifact could provide insights about how ancient Greek kingdoms were organized and administered, he added.
14 After introducing to Rome, ancient Greek dialectics brings Romes law science into the ancient Greek field with scientific job, which makes it change into real legal science.
15 So when you see the word "book" in ancient Greek or Latin, they didn't think of this. They thought of scrolls.
16 The American Philological Association is the principal learned society for Classical Studies of ancient Greek and Roman languages, literatures, and civilizations.
17 This article Evolution of Western games that can be divided into four phases:the ancient Greek games, said, thought the theme of the world, and representatives as Heraclitus, Plato.
18 As Heraclitus the ancient Greek philosopher said: "you cannot step into the same river two times, because the river flows too fast, but the time is so a the stream never stops flowing. river."
19 scientific grasp of this feature is significant in comprehending the logical development of ancient Greek philosophical ideas.
20 Third, that the ancient Greeks resemble their Hollywood impersonators (not guilty, or not entirely - I do point out that the Spartans didn't wear leather knickers like they do in 300).
21 the ancient Greeks and Persians, the lake’s immense size suggested it was an ocean, hence its name.
22 For example, ancient Greek temples juxtapose tall vertical columns and wide horizontal entablatures to create rigid perpendiculars.
23 Herodotus, the ancient Greek historian, created the myth that slaves built the pyramids, a legend further amplified in future fictional depictions in books and films.
24 After he discovered his principle of buoyancy, the ancient Greek scholar Archimedes allegedly yelled out "Eureka!"
25 The ancient Greeks, for example, treated pain with a tea made by boiling willow leaves and bark, a tea modern scientists now know contains salicin, a precursor of acetylsalicylic acid-aspirin.
26 Cosmetics were an important part of the life and culture of the Ancient Greeks.
27 It originates from the story of Aesculapius who was revered by the ancient Greeks as a god of healing and whose cult involved the use of snakes.
28 An ancient Greek colony of southern Italy near the Gulf of Salerno. Reputedly founded by Xenophanes, it was the center of the Eleatic school of philosophy.
29 Early examples include Ancient Greek messages tattooed into the shaved scalps of slaves, and then hidden underneath the re-grown head of hair, according to the classical author Herodotus.
30 With its stone, the ancient Greeks had built the greatest city in the world, and although Siracusa was sacked in AD 878, much of the splendour remains.