Statues began to reflect a new realistic approachdeveloped by Hellenistic sculptors. They carved everybone and muscle exactly as it looked in real life. Forsubjects, they preferred ordinary people to gods andheroes. Pharos, an enormous lighthouse that soared440 feet into the air was one of the many great pieces of architecture in Alexandria.
Women were no longer restricted to their homes shown through paintings, statues, and legal codes. Many were poets and philosopers and held power.
Alexander's most lastingachievement was the spread of Greek culture. He founded many new cities and soldiers, traders, and artisans surged out of Greece to go settle there.
a blending of eastern and westerncultures occurred in Alexander's new empire, Alexandria, Egypt. Located on the "sea lanes" between Europe and Asia, its markets boasted a wide range of goods, from Greek marble to Arabian spicesto East African ivory.
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Hippocrates studied the cause of illnesses and looked for cures. Physicians swore to help the sick according to their ability and judgment but neverwith a view to injury and wrong and to protectthe privacy of patients.