|____ (570-495 BC) was a Greek philosopher and mathematician.
|Alexander conquered ____ (332 BC) and the Persian Empire.
|Corinth, Olympia, and ____ were Peloponnese city-states.
|Macedon was an ancient kingdom in northern ____.
|Socrates taught Plato, who taught Aristotle, who taught ____.
|____ was an ancient city in present-day Turkey.
|____ wrote "Elements" (a geometry textbook) circa 300 BC.
|____, a friend of Alexander the Great, ruled Egypt (323-283 BC).