What are the 5 major arteries in the body?

They are as follows:

The femoral artery
The aorta
The subclavian artery
The common illiac
The carotid artery

The Aorta: The largest artery of the body and provides oxygenated blood originating from left ventrical to the thoracic part of the heart.
The femoral artery: provides oxygenated blood to the lower limbs of the body.
The subclavian artery: Supply blood to the upper limbs. i.e- the right and left arm and the head.
The common illiac: supplies blood to the pelvis region.
The carotid artery: blood supplying arteries in the neck that divide into two. one supplying blood to the brain and one to the face ane neck.

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