The Golden Age of Civilization
The Golden Age of Greece.
Greece experiences a Growth in Art
Sophocles- The most important playwright in the Golden Age. He wrote plays like Argonne and Oedipus. He was important as a Greek playwright and enhanced the Greek Culture through his work.
Greece Experienced a Golden Age in Agriculture
Parthenon- A Greek temple located in the Acropolis, in Athens and it is to represented for the Greek goddess of Wisdom Athena.
Picture of Athena
Greece experienced a Golden Age in Philosophy
Plato (427-347 B.C.E)- Another famous Greek Philosopher. Plato was the student of Socrates but the teacher of Aristotle, as well as a Famous Greek writer. Plato was mainly influenced by Socrates to write most of his books but he was also influenced by many other writers such as Heraclitus, Parmenides, and Pythagorean.
Aristotle (367- 347 B.C.E)- Greek philosopher who was a student in Plato's Academy. Aristotle primarily worked in the sciences and question the make-up and existence of everything. Eventually Aristotle created his own academy called the Lyceum.
Greece Experienced a Golden Age in its Government and Military
The most important Greek statesman/leader during the Golden Age of Greece. He promoted the arts, music, philosophy, religious belief and he inspired the Greeks through his leadership.
The Dalian League
This is a alliance of Greek City-States who united to fight against foreign enemies; primarily the Persians.
The Gupta Empire´s Golden Age
Golden Age in Government
During this golden age, the Gupta Empire had also created the Caste System which had separated people in different classes that was given to them by people who were higher then them and or by Reincarnation.
Golden Age in Math & Science
Math- During the Golden Age of the Gupta Empire, they were able to create the decimal system and as well as the concept of zero.