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De complete lijst staat hier op wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven_Wonders_of_the_Ancient_World Great Pyramid of Giza 2584-2561 BC Egyptians Built as the tomb of fourth dynasty Egyptian pharaoh Khufu. Extant Extant Hanging Gardens of Babylon 605-562 BC Babylonians Diodorus Siculus described multi-levelled gardens reaching 22 meters (75 feet) high, complete with machinery for circulating water. Large trees grew on the roof. Built by Nebuchadnezzar II for his wife Amytis of Media. After 1st century BC Earthquake Statue of Zeus at Olympia 466-456 BC (Temple) 435 BC (Statue) Greeks Occupied the whole width of the aisle of the temple that was built to house it, and was 12 meters (40 feet) tall. 5th-6th centuries AD Fire Temple of Artemis c. 550 BC Lydians, Persians, Greeks Dedicated to the Greek goddess Artemis, it took 120 years to build. Herostratus burned it down to achieve lasting fame. Rebuilt by Alexander the Great only to be destroyed again by the Goths. It was rebuilt once again after, only to be closed in 391 and destroyed by a mob led by St John Chrysostom in 401. 356 BC (by Herostratus) AD 262 (by the Goths) AD 391 (by mob led by St John Chrysostom) Arson by Herostratus, Plundering Mausoleum of Halicarnassus 351 BC Carians, Persians, Greeks Stood approximately 45 meters (135 feet) tall with each of the four sides adorned with sculptural reliefs. Origin of the word mausoleum, a tomb built for Mausolus, a satrap in the Persian Empire by AD 1494 Damaged by an earthquake and eventually disassembled by European Crusaders. Colossus of Rhodes 292-280 BC Greeks A giant statue of the Greek god Helios, c. 35m (110 ft) tall. Toppled by an earthquake in 226 BC, with the bronze scrap removed in AD 654. Earthquake Lighthouse of Alexandria c. 280 BC Hellenistic Egypt Between 115 and 135 meters (383 - 440 ft) it was among the tallest structures on Earth for many centuries. The island that it was built on, Pharos, eventually spawned the Latin word for lighthouse, again Pharos. AD 1303-1480 Earthquake

Great Pyramid of Giza 2584-2561 v. Chr. Hanging Gardens of Babylon 605-562 v. Chr. Statue of Zeus at Olympia 466-456 BC (Temple) 435 BC (Statue) Temple of Artemis 550 v. Chr. Mausoleum of Halicarnassus 351 v. Chr. Colossus of Rhodes 292-280 v. Chr. Lighthouse of Alexandria 280 v. Chr.

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De lijst komt uit de middeleeuwen, maar de grieken spraken er al over. De eerste lijst bevat dan ook alleen Griekse gebouwn

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