While this is only a minor detail of the game development, I felt like compiling a list of the great people that are coherent with the time and space of the mod. That is, of course, assuming GP are going to stay the same as they are in RFC. Of course, there are a LOT of Greeks and few or no representatives of some cultures, but I suppose it can't really be helped. And after all, this is R&F of the Greek World. Please comment and suggest your own. Italics mean that the GP is already in Civ/RFC. Normal names indicate new suggestions. In parentheses, their nationality, for reference. Great Prophets Spoiler : Moses (Israelite/Egyptian) St. John (Israelite) St. Peter (Israelite) St. Paul (Israelite) Rabbi Akiva (Israelite) Mani (Persian) St. Augustine (Berber/Roman) St. Patrick (Roman/Briton) Akhenaton? (Egyptian) John Chrysostom (Byzantine) Mazdak (Persian) Diotima (Greek) Diviciacus (Celtic) Alexander of Abonoteichus (Greek/Roman) Great Artists Spoiler : Homer (Greek) Thespis (Greek) Virgil (Roman) Hesiod (Greek) Ovid (Roman) Horace (Roman) Aeschylus (Athenian) Euripides (Athenian) Sophocles (Athenian) Aristophanes (Athenian) Phidias (Athenian) Apollodorus (Athenian) Apelles (Greek) Sappho (Greek) Barbad (Persian – perhaps too late) Menander (Greek) Martial (Roman) Great Scientists Spoiler : Merit Ptah (Egyptian) Nabu-rimanni (Babylonian) Socrates (Athenian) Plato (Athenian) Aristotle (Athenian/Macedonian) Euclid (Greek) Ptolemy (Greek) Hypatia (Greek) Thales (Greek) Democritus (Greek) Pythagoras (Greek) Hippocrates (Greek) Galen (Greek/Roman) Kidinnu (Babylonian) Posidonius (Greek) Hipparchus (Greek) Boethius (Roman) Ahmes (Egyptian) Heraclitus (Greek) Great Merchants Spoiler : Harkuf (Egyptian) Hanno (Carthaginian) Pytheas (Greek) Aretas III (Nabatean) Himilco (Carthaginian) Gaius Maecenas (Roman) Crassus (Roman) Croesus (Lydian) Sostratos of Aegina (Greek) Pasion (Greek) Hippalus (Greek) Marcus Julius Alexander (Roman) Great Engineers Spoiler : Imhotep (Egyptian) Archimedes (Greek) Heron (Greek) Hippodamus of Miletus (Greek) Vitruvius (Roman) Ctesibius (Greek) Philo of Byzantium (Greek) Ineni (Egyptian) Senenmut (Egyptian) Amenhotep (Egyptian) Sergius Orata (Roman) Great Spies Spoiler : Pebekkamen (Egyptian) Ephialtes of Trachis (Spartan/Persian) Calippus (Athenian) Joshua (Israelite) Caleb (Israelite) Delilah (Israelite) Demaratus (Spartan/Persian) Judas Iscariot (Israelite) Theodora? (Byzantine) Arminius (Germanic) Jugurtha (Numidian) Great Generals Spoiler : Sargon (Mesopotamian) Nebuchadnezzar II (Babylonian) Leonidas (Spartan) Lysander (Spartan) Ptolemy I Soter (Macedonian) Hamilcar Barca (Carthaginian) Gaius Marius (Roman) Scipio Africanus (Roman) Vercingetorix (Celtic) Belisarius (Byzantine) Rugila (Hunnic) Mago (Carthaginian) Megabazus (Persian) Adherbal (Carthaginian) Geiseric (Germanic) Odoacer (Germanic) Cincinnatus (Roman) Cimon (Athenian) Historians Spoiler : Herodotus (Greek) Thucyclides (Athenian) Pliny (Roman) Livy (Roman) Tacitus (Roman) Polybius (Greek) Procopius (Byzantine) Sanchuniathon (Phoenician) Manetho (Egyptian) Whew, that's a massive post.