The life of Jesus Christ and His Influences on Western Civilization

The life and teachings of Jesus Christ have played a major role in the development of Western Civilization. I will present three major events in his life and then show how they are a part of Western Culture still today. In the land of Judea (modern day Israel), in the city of Bethlehem, Jesus was … Continue reading The life of Jesus Christ and His Influences on Western Civilization


Drama Before the Roman Empire

In the late Roman Republic, three men played a rather ‘dramatic’ role in the birth of the Roman Empire in 27 B.C.: Octavian Augustus Caesar, Mark Antony, and Mark Lepidus. Octavian was the adopted son of Julius Caesar and grew up in Rome with his father and sister; Mark AntonyMark Antony was Julius Caesar’s most trusted … Continue reading Drama Before the Roman Empire

The Poeple’s King: Servius Tullius

Servius Tullius  became king differently because most kings are selected by the  Senate, but not him. He became king because of the way  he treated the people so well, he gained their trust and love.  He then became king in 578 B.C.  The cool thing  about Servius was that he was a slave before he … Continue reading The Poeple’s King: Servius Tullius

The 15 years war

After the Persian empire was defeated the Greeks allied with the states of Greece.  Sparta did not want to be apart of this so they left.  Sparta and Athens had small arguments over the years which led to big tension.  In 459 B.C. war had begun between Athens and Sparta, Megara and Corinth also had … Continue reading The 15 years war


My teacher, Dr. Bradly Fish, said "No study of the mathematicians and scientists would  be complete without Archimedes."  Arcimedes was well known and very much recognized for his achievements.  He was born in Syracuse on the island of Sicily 287-212BC. One day he wanted to count the sand.  He wanted to figure out how many … Continue reading Archimedes