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Philip II of Macedon was a lord who led the Ancient Greek kingdom of Macedon from 359 to 336 B.C. He is frequently recognized as father of Alexander the Great who turned into his successor after his death in 336 B.C. Philip II was a capable lord and an astounding military officer. Amid his childhood, Philip was taken to Thebes where he was held a hostage.
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Democritus was an eminent Ancient Greek savant who is regarded by numerous cutting edge researchers and researchers for figuring the most precise early nuclear hypothesis of the universe. Extraordinary compared to other known pre-Socratic logicians, he was affected by Leucippus of Miletus and had proposed progressive thoughts which were in strife with those by Socratic scholars like Plato and Aristotle.
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Herodotus was an antiquated Greek history specialist who was conceived in Halicarnassus, Caria, and lived in the fifth century BC (c. 484 BC – c. 425 BC). He has been known as the “Father of History,” and was the principal student of history known to gather his materials methodicallly, test their exactness to a specific degree, and organize them in a very much built and distinctive account.
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Strabo was a Greek geographer and history specialist who lived more than two thousand years prior, in the beginning of the Roman Empire. He had a place with an affluent and eminent family and got a magnificent training, at first in Asia Minor and later in Rome. In Rome, he met a few vital men, for example, Aelius Gallus, who organized him the Roman citizenship.
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Herodotus was a Greek student of history broadly alluded to as ‘The Father of History’. He lived in the fifth century BC and was a contemporary of Socrates. A noteworthy figure in Greek history, he was the principal student of history known to have parted from Homeric custom to regard verifiable subjects as a technique for examination. He gathered his materials deliberately and basically, and afterward continued to mastermind them into a historiographic story.
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Thales of Miletus
Thales of Miletus was a pre-Socratic Greek savant from Miletus, in Asia Minor, and one of the Seven Sages of Greece. Numerous, most quite Aristotle, see him as the primary scholar in the Greek convention. As indicated by Bertrand Russell, “Western logic starts with Thales.” Thales endeavored to clarify common marvels without reference to folklore, and was hugely compelling in this respect. (more…)