Alexander the Great, Aristotle, Euclid
|Jul 29 - Aug 1
morning / afternoon
Alexander the Great conquered most of the known world by the time he was 30. What inspired him? What was his genius? His teacher Aristotle helped to guide his thinking, so learning about him can help us understand more about the man who named more than 70 cities after himself and one city each after his dog and his horse.
Euclid gave us Euclidian geometry, a mathematical way of understanding the world. These men’s lives will lead us into the politics, warfare, and mathematics of Ancient Greece.