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By Sean Price

A whole source full of historical past info, Cross-Curricular actions and video games, Library and net hyperlinks, paintings initiatives, & a Play contains Poster-Map!Bring the wealthy tradition of old Greece into your lecture room (and stimulate scholar studying) with attractive actions and video games that contain enjoyable and significant considering! scholars develop into specialists on historical Greece as they play a polis approach video game, argue a case in an Athenian trial, map out ancient websites alongside the Aegean coast, enact a scene from Antigone, try-on Golden Age models, and lots more and plenty extra! Plus a full-color map of historical Greece.

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2 Stir them until well mixed and leave for 10 minutes. ” The exact recipe is lost to history. But the ingredients to this wicked-tasting stuff supposedly included pork (including fat), vinegar, and salt. Spartans enjoyed watching visitors taste it and spit it out. Materials mixing bowl large sauce pan teaspoon tablespoon measuring cup a clean work surface glass dish with a cover or aluminum foil Directions 1 Mix flour, salt, and shortening. Then add the remaining ingredients (except for the fig leaves) until they form a dough.

Ismene: Yes, I did! Antigone: No, she did not. I acted alone. Creon: Your sister has proven that she is sympathetic to you. She will share your fate. Creon: I would be disgraced to have my son married to such a disobedient, disrespectful woman. Guards, take them away. [Exit Antigone and Ismene] h Chorus: The house of Oedipus is assailed by fate once more. When a family is shaken by the gods, there is no misfortune that is missed for generations to come. SCENE IV h Ancient Greece © Sean Stewart Price, Scholastic Teaching Resources Ismene: Do what you want with me.

He took revenge by building a beautiful chair that closed around her and wouldn’t let her go. He finally released her only after she promised to accept him as a god. Parents: Zeus and Leto (LEE-toh), a minor goddess Married to: Single (Artemis’ twin) Home: Mount Olympus Title: Sun god; also the god of medicine, music, poetry, dance, mathematics, herdsmen, and prophecy Weapon of Choice: Bow and arrow Sacred Symbols: Laurel tree and the number seven Powers: Making the sun rise, promoting learning, and healing people Pastimes: Driving his fiery sun chariot across the daytime sky and wooing mortal women and goddesses Background: This god embodied the Greek ideal: he was young, beautiful, wise, just, and moderate.

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