During the Hellenistic Age, there were many great forms of art and architecture. Examples include the Lighthouse of Alexandria, which stands 440 feet in the air, and a Museum as a center of learning that had laboratories and a zoo.
Alexander The Great named many cities Alexandria, but the most memorable 'Alexandria' was located in Egypt. The reason why Alexandria, Egypt was most memorable was that the city had a wide range of goods from Greek marble to Arabian spices to East African Ivory.
During the Hellenistic Age, the western and eastern cultures blended together. The people of that time period adopted many Persian customs mainly because Alexander the Great had suggested his soldiers to do so. But after Alexander the Great died, the Hellenistic Civilization was created and had a mix of Greeks, Persians, and Egypt.
During the Hellenistic Age, math and science excelled during this time period. Hellenistic thinkers built on top of Greek, Babylonian, and Egyptian knowledge. The man named Pythagoras created a formula to figure out the difference of a right triangle. Euclid wrote the Elements which was written for the basis of modern geometry.
A man named Hippocrates studied illnesses an looked for cures for them. He set the ethical standards for doctors, and now for doctors, there is a similar oath used today.
Women during get Hellenistic age were no longer restrained to their houses. Some women started to read and write and some women were able to be poets and philosophers.