Articles related to miletus
Thales of Miletus - Space and Astronomy - About.com
The Greek philosopher, Thales of Miletus was born around 624BC, the son of Examyes and Cleobuline. While some believe his lineage was Phoenician, most ...
Thales of Miletus Quotations - Space and Astronomy - About.com
Quoted in In Mathematical Circles by H Eves . "Water is the principle, or the element, of things. All things are water." Quoted in Placita Philosophorum by Plutarch.
Miletus - Origins of the Greek Colony - Ancient/Classical History
Miletus was one of the great Ionian cities in southwestern Asia Minor. Homer refers to the people of Miletus as Carians. They fought against the Achaeans ...
Miletus from a map of Greek and Phoenician Settlements in the ...
Miletus was an ancient Ionian Greek city in Caria by the Meander River known for the Milesian school of philosophy. It was one of 12 Ionian cities in a league ...
The Theater of Miletus - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Theater of Miletus (4th Century B.C.). It was expanded during Roman Period and increased its seating, going from 5,300-25,000 spectators. Photo CC Flickr ...
Aspasia of Miletus - Prisoner of History, by Madeleine Henry
Aspasia of Miletus was the very influential mistress of Pericles and a philosopher to the philosophers.
Greek Theaters - The Theater of Miletus Picture
The theater of Miletus was built into a hill between the Bay of Lions and the Theater Harbor. Construction took place between 300 and 133 B.C. It has a ...
Aspasia of Miletus was the mistress of Pericles.
Aspasia was a well educated metic from Miletus who lived in Athens. Metics did not have the rights of citizens and were not able to produce citizen offspring.
Thales - Presocratic Philosopher
Thales was a Greek Pre-Socratic philosopher from the Ionian city of Miletus in Asia (c. 620 - c. 546 B.C.). He predicted a solar eclipse, according to Herodotus ...
Aspasia of Miletus - Aspasia and the Greek Philosophers Xenophon ...
Through the philosophers we hear of a totally different Aspasia of Miletus -- a woman who could have and probably did teach Socrates a thing or two.