By: Owen Rimel
Hippocrates was the first man to believe that diseases were caused naturally.
Hippocrates and his followers were the first people to describe many diseases and medical conditions.
Hippocrates also lived during the golden age of Greece.
Archimedes created many inventions to help Greece against Rome.
Archimedes then helped King Herio II with his crown to see if it was made of pure gold
Archimedes died due to making a guard angry when he said don't disturb my circles.
Euclid is well known as Father of Geometry.
Euclid wrote the book The Elements that was used for over 2,000 years.
Euclid worked in the Great Library of Alexandria. He wrote and taught at the library.
Pythagoras was born in 569 BCE on a small Greek island.
Pythagoras opened a school in 518 BC and carefully picked people he saw fit to be a philosopher like himself.
Pythagoras perfected his method of traveling education.