A Greek Architect created many new plans for the city which would become home for over a million people.
Math and Science
Pythagoras Theorem was used in math to calculate the measure of a side of a right triangle, while Euclid wrote elements for modern geometry. An astronomer named Aristarchus argued the the Earth rotated on its axis.
The Legacy of Alexander the Great
Alexander the Great created many new Rome cities by taking over other civilizations and making them his own in his own name.
Through paintings, statues, and legal codes they reveal that women were no longer restricted to their houses in the Hellenistic period.
Because of Alexander the Great the Roman culture was extended throughout Europe. Rome had also taken many customs from Persia to show Romans that they can take customs from other civilizations.
The Greek physician Hippocrates studied the cause of illnesses and looked for cures.