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Presentation of Greece:Champagnole, France, 18 -22 November 2013
Transcript of Presentation of Greece:Champagnole, France, 18 -22 November 2013
welcome to 6th Lyceum of Aigaleo
Lyceum of Aigaleo
our basketball stadium
The computer class
At the edge peninsula of Sounion that forms the southernmost part of the land of Attica, the Athenians founded sanctuaries honoring two of the greatest gods, Athena and Poseidon. Already were built the Parthenon, began the erection of the temple of Poseidon, in 444 BC In just four years, in 440 B.C. the temple was ready.
Although we are not sure, the architect of Poseidon at Sounion may be the one who also built the Hephaesteion (known as Theseion) in Athens.
4. TEMPLE OF POSEIDON IN SOUNIO
The temple of Apollon, the most important monument of the temple of Apollon at Delphi.
It was built over an older oracle where worshiped the goddess Earth. Keeper of the oracle was the dragon Python, which is killed by Apollon. At its deepest level find the sanctuary, where the divination process unfolded and to which they had access only the priests to interpret the words of Pythia.
3. TEMPLE OF APOLLON IN DELPHI
2. TEMPLE OF ZEUS IN OLYMPIA
Temple in honor of Zeus, built in the precinct of the Altis,
around the conical great altar of Zeus.
There, Olympic Games were held. Placed inside the temple (430 BC)
the wooden statue of Zeus
(13 meters high) on a chryselephantine base (1.1 meters tall),
which was made by Phidias.
Temple dedicated to the virgin Athena on the Acropolis of Athens.
World Heritage Site by Unesco from September 11, 1987, is a
technological and aesthetic perfection symbol, but also a symbol
of the first democracy in the world.
At the top of the hill of Agoraios Kolonoy, which outlines the Ancient Agora of Athens on the west side, is the temple of Hephaestus, more commonly known as '' Thisio''. This is one of the best preserved
ancient temples, which is partially due to the conversion of a Christian church, too. Building the temple should be held between the years 460-420 BC by an unknown architect.
6. TEMPLE OF HEPHAESTUS AT ANCIENT AGORA IN ATHENS
Several well known is the equilateral triangle of the Acropolis of Athens, the Temple of Poseidon at Sounion and Temple of Aphaia on Aegina distance of 242 "stadions“ (1 "stadion" =185 meters). Also equidistant from the oracle of Delphi haveAthens and Olympia distance of 660 "stadions".
5. TEMPLE OF ATHENA APHAIA IN AIGINA
North of the island, is built the Temple of Athena Aphaia ( Disappeared , unrevealed ) under pine trees overlooking the vast blue sea.
It is in very good condition. It was built in 480 BC after the battle of Salamis. When the atmosphere is clear
see the Temple of Poseidon at Cape Sounion and the Acropolis of Athens.
Greek Ancient temples
description of our school
The 6th Lyceum of Aigaleo was established in 1980. It employs about 27 full-time teachers and hosts 252 pupils. The school is situated in an area of 65,000 acres. During the first 15 years it was a regional school serving to hold pupils of all educational interest, with a number of pupils coming up to about 1600 and a relative number of teachers that of 130. The analytic programme was destined for both general and technical sections. Ten years ago it changed its form, from a Multi-sector School, to a Local General one, and since then it has shared the grounds with a special needs school and a school for the blind, as well as with a post high school educational public institute after all morning shift schools finish their work.
park Pedion Areos
and Conferences Centre
the Acropolis and
Plaka from above
Antonis Tritsis Park
The ancient theater of Dodona in Epirus ( worship of Zeus and Dione and famous oracle of ancient Greek world) is one of the largest and the best preserved ancient Greek theaters .
It was built within about 2 km from the village of Dodona in α closed, elongated valley at the foot of Mount Tomaros cash cavity to grasp the slope for optimum acoustics.
The capacity of the theater is 18,000 spectators .
The theater of Dodona was part of the Pan-Hellenic sanctuary of Dodona and it was built
the 3rd century BC by King Pyrrhus of Epirus ( 297-272 BC). In the performance of ¨Naia¨ honoring Naios Zeus except struggles being made theatrical competitions, too.
It is located in the temple of Apollo, in the northwest corner.
Ιn ancient times hosted the voice and instrumental music games, conducted under the Pythian and other religious festivals, the importance of which gives the monument spiritual and artistic value equivalent to the sporting idea that symbolizes the ancient stadium of Olympia.
Theatre of Delphi
Odeon (theater) of Herodes Atticus
The first capital of ancient Macedonia, Aiges, was exactly the site of the village of Vergina nowadays.
A short distance from the palace of the kings of Macedon and close to Ancient Agora of the city was built the 4th Century Theatre of Vergina, which according to ancient tradition was assassinated Philip II before the eyes of his son Alexander.
Theatre of Vergina
It is ancient roman conservatory , located in southwest slope of the Acropolis of Athens.
The destination of the edifice was primarily musical events and for this reason was called Odeon .
The space reserved for the public had 32 rows of marble stands and its capacity was in the order of approximately 5000 spectators.
As in the theaters of the Roman era, the orchestra had a semicircular shape.
The scene edifice was elevated to the depth of the scene and had three floors, two of which are held until today at a height of 28 meters.
Nowadays used for theatrical performances and musical and dance events at the Athens Festival.
It was built on the west side of Kinortion mountain the late Classical Period , circa 340-330 BC .
It is the finest and most famous ancient Greek theater, which combines elegance with perfect acoustics.
According to Pausanias , it was made by Polykleitos ( the Younger ).
The harmony of this theater due to the unique the design based on a regular pentagon, which entered the
orchestra, and the use of three centers for designing the rows of seats in auditorium.
It was built to be committed to these musical, singing and dramatic struggles of "Asclepieia".
Also were given in this drama performances, which are included the cult of Asclepius.
In the middle of the 2nd century BC, the hollow of expanded capacity by approximately 8000 increased to 13,000 to 14,000 spectators.
The ancient theater of Dionysus is located on the south slope of the Acropolis and it was part of the sanctuary of Elefthereos Dionysos.
It is the oldest of all the major theaters of the world.
Ancient Greek drama was born at this place, as in this theater showed for the first time - the 5th BC century manuscript of the four most significant poets of antiquity, Aeschylus , Euripides , Sophocles and Aristophanes during the annual dramatic struggles that took place the day of the celebration of the Great Dionysia, the greatest theatrical celebration of the city of Athens.
The auditorium and the proscenium (stage) of the theater was originally constructed from wood.
The 4th century was re-built from marble. Today, remains of the stone hollow.
In the first series had built a total of 67 thrones of Pentelic marble , which destined for official and priests.
Theatre of Dionysus
in Athens Acropolis
Athen's view from the Aropolis Hill
the Olymbic Stadium
the Acropolis of Korinthus
The Acropolis of Athens
The Μrathone Tube
Glad to meet you all
Athens:birth of democracy
The Acropolis and the Pathenon by night
Ancient Greek Theatres
Ancient Greek sites and monuments
red eggs for Easter
Christmas ship decked
New Year cake
flatbread forSrove Monday
Lamp on the spit for Easter
The Patras Carniva
the Acropolis museum
Greek traditional food
Greek traditional food
Antony Quinn dancing syrtaki in the film Zorbas in 1964
the Filopapou Hill
Thank you, we are glad to meet you all.
Presentation of Greece
18th November 2013
Georgopoulou Vassiliki, Kongini Irini, Kontidis Ilias,Koulali Maro, Mara Stella, Mema Andmira, Brazioti Cathrine, Naselos Nickolaos, Patrikis Christos, Panteli Danae,Rapanaki Elena and Sigala Sofia.
Collaboration of pupils
screenwriter and film producer
birth of the Olympic Games