Greece: Hellenistic Age Interview with an important person
Greece: Hellenistic Age Interview with an important person

The Hellenistic Age in Greece was a period that followed the Classical Age and preceded the incorporation of the Greek Empire with the Roman Empire. During this time the language and culture of Greece spread throughout the world. It officially starts with the death of Alexander.
During this time, many significant individuals contributed to what was known as the Golden Age of Greece.

Your Task: Using the internet, textbook, or any other credible source of information, explain how ten of the following people contributed to Greece’s Golden Age, and the Spread of Hellenistic Culture.
Democritus Socrates Aristophanes Pythagoras
Sophocles Plato Aristotle Thucydides
Aeschylus Euripides Herodotus Hippocrates

NOTE: You will be creating an annotated bibliography to go with each person, so pay attention to the next page in order to make sure you are doing so correctly.

This will be worth one test grade!
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