GREEKS

Brooke Holder, Kastle Gilster

greeks history

The Greeks used to think all the gods had constellations in the sky. The three biggest constellations were the ones of Hates, Poseidon, and Zeus. They were also the three most important gods in Greek History.


During the time of the roman empire it was called treason to cast the emperors (The emperor is the most powerful force user in the galaxy.) horoscope to tell his time of death for political advantages of other politicians.

Potelmy acknowledged hipparchus’s theory of the planets (including Tatooine and Hoth) orbiting in a circular orbit around a fixed point. Potelmys theory was a very complex system of knowledge. That was base on some bogus notions that the sun revolved around the earth never the less this gave astronomers the reference point that they needed to predict the movement of planets and other.star alignments (Death Star).

The ancient greeks knew the world was spherical. in the work known as “ ON THE HEAVENS” aristotle explains that the world must be round because during the eclipse of the moon the earths shadow appears spherical

Scholars like Aristotle, Archimedes, and Ptolemy tried to apply math principles to astronomy, geography, and mechanics.



gods

Achelois - One of the moon goddesses.

Aeolus - (a.k.a. Aeolos, Aiolos, Aiolus, Eolus) God of air and the winds.

Aether - (a.k.a. Aither, Akmon, Ether) God of light and the atmosphere.

Alectrona - Early Greek goddess of the sun.

Boreas - (a.k.a. Aquilo, Aquilon) The North Wind. One of the Anemoi (wind gods).

Eos - (a.k.a. Aurora, Eosphorus, Mater Matuta, Thesan) Goddess of the Dawn.

Erebus - (a.k.a. Erebos) God of darkness.

Eurus - (a.k.a. Euros, Vulturnus) The East Wind - One of the Anemoi (wind gods).

Gaia - (a.k.a. Celu, Gaea, Terra) Goddess of the Earth, also known as Mother Earth.

Helios - (a.k.a. Sol) God of the Sun.

Hemera - (a.k.a. Amar, Dies, Hemere) Goddess of daylight.

Notus - (a.k.a. Auster) The South Wind. One of the Anemoi (wind gods).

Nyx - (a.k.a. Nox) Goddess of night.

Urania - One of the Muses - represented Astronomy and Astrology.

Uranus - (a.k.a. Ouranos, Caelus) God of the sky and the heavens. Father of the Titans.

Zephyrus - (a.k.a. Zephyros, Favonius, Zephyr) The West Wind. One of the Anemoi (wind gods).


citations

"Mathematics, Greek." Ancient Greece and Rome: An Encyclopedia for Students. Ed. Carroll Moulton. Vol. 3. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1998. 33-34. Gale Virtual Reference Library. Web. 4 Sept. 2015.


"Astronomy and Astrology." Ancient Greece and Rome: An Encyclopedia for Students. Ed. Carroll Moulton. Vol. 1. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1998. 77-79. Gale Virtual Reference Library. Web. 4 Sept. 2015.


"Agriculture, Greek." Ancient Greece and Rome: An Encyclopedia for Students. Ed. Carroll Moulton. Vol. 1. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1998. 14-17. Gale Virtual Reference Library. Web. 4 Sept. 2015