The pupils had been preparing some important biographies searching on the Internet, about Greek and Roman people related to Science one way or another. Then, they had to ask their mates trying to find out who was who and guessing all the dptions. The first to finish was valued.

These were the descriptions:

ANCIENT CULTURE - IMPORTANT PEOPLE & SCIENCE
GREEKS

Pithagoras
Euripides
Hypathia
Hypodamus
Socrates

GREEKS

Euclides
Aristotle
Hypocrates
Archimedes
Galenus

ROMANS

Seneca
Vitruvius
Frontinus
Pliny the Elder

1.- He was looking for explanations about natural phenomena. And he wrote an encyclopedic work called, Naturalis Historia………………………………
2.- He wrote a theorem in Maths…………………
3.- He was also related to Mathematics…………………………………………..
4.-He is known as the father of Geometry……………………….
5.-Consider the first astronomer, also very good at Maths and philosophy……………….
6.-Architect, urban planner, mathematician and physician from Muletos…………………………
7.- Important Athenian philosopher, considered the wisest man on Earth, who used to say ‘ I only know that I know nothing’
8.- He was always considered ‘the father of Medicine’ in the ancient Greece…………………..
9.- He was taught by Hypocrates, and soon learnt how important for Medicine is to learn about the anatomy of the human bodies…………
10.- This person not Greek. He is Roman and he wrote ‘Naturales quaestiones’…….
11.- He is known for this picture and also because he was a famous Roman Architect..........................
12.- He has nothing to do with Scienc e because he was a great Tragedy poet together with Sofocles and Esquilo………………………………….
13.- He was an aristocrat but best known as an author of technical treatises especially one dealing with ‘aqueducts of Rome.’ ..................................
14.- He was the teacher of Alexander the Great. His writings cover many subjects, including physics, metaphysics, poetry, theater, music, logic, rhetoric, linguistics, politics, government, ethics, biology, and zoology. ..........................