Transcript: Zeus Poseidon Hades Hera Ares Hephaestus Aphrodite Apollo Artemis Athena Hermes Dionysus GREEK MYTHOLOGY MythologyTeacher.com Googleimages This video was made by Sami and Alli and was finished in January 2010. Credits:
Transcript: SHE HAD A GRIDLE, SEASHELL,MIRROR AND A DOVE GREEK MYTHOLOGY-RESEARCH TEMPLATE APHRODITE WAS MARRIED TO THE LAME SMITH HEPHAESTUS,THE OLYMPIAN GOD IRON. SHE HAD A PASSIONATE, BUT SECERT AFFAIR WITH ARES GOD OF WAR APHRODITE APHRODITE,PARIS AND THE GOLDEN APPLE. IS A CONTEST STORY APHRODITE IS THE GODDESS OF LOVE AND BEAUTY INTERESTING FACTS MOST STORIES SAY SHE WAS BORN FROM SEA FOAM SYMBOLS SOURCES USED THIS IS APHRODITES SEASHELL PICTURES OF SYMBOLS APHRODITE HAD MANY SYMBOLS POWERS AND ABILLITES APHRODITE HAD THE POWER TO GIVE LOVE TO A HUMAN. SHE ALSO HAD THE POWER TO CHANGE HER APPERIENCE TO ANOTHER PERSON. SHE ALSO COULD FLY VERY FAST HOME OF APHRODITE APHRODITE LIVED IN MOUNT OLYMPUS ROMAN NAME OF APHRODITE: VENUS - SYMBALOO .COM - GREEK- GOD .INFO ASK.COM MYTHOLOGICAL STORIES FAMILY AND RELATIONS OF APHRODITE
Transcript: Photo based on: 'horizon' by pierreyves @ flickr And Finally Who made the first democracy Greek Government Greeks government was the first who made the first democracy. Codidying laws were important to the people in Greece Monarchies dissapeared from Greece. The Greek government is basically located in Sparta and Athens. Title
Transcript: Gods and Goddesses Zeus King of gods and godesses; god of the sky Poseidon God of the sea Hades God of the underworld Artemis Godess of hunting and wildlife Apollo God of music and sun Ares God of war Athena Goddess of war, wisdom, strategy and crafts Hermes God of messengers Hestia Virgen goddess of hearth and agriculture Hera Queen of Gods and Godesses, and wife of Zeus Creatures Medusa An ugly creature that has snakes for hair, and turns people into stone with her eyes Centaur Half man half horse Minotaur A creature with the head of a bull an the body of a ginormous man Cyclops A creature with only one eye in the middle of their forehead Satyr Half man half horse Greek Mythology
Transcript: C O R I N T H It was the morning of the Olympic games. I had traveled to the colosseum near Olympia from Corinth, a journey that had taken several days on foot. I'd come all the way to turn a profit at the betting stands to supply for my family- it's a guilty pleasure of mine. Now, I wasn't an educated man by any standards, but I was a guard of Corinth, and I had earned the honor to protect my people. I had grown up in an outlying village, farming for a living, you see. I scrounged up the money to purchase a house in the city. It was a simple one-room thing, nothing compared to the manors of nobility, but it was home. What more could be said? But I digress. The day the Olympic games began, a sacrifice was held and served as a meal- lamb, roast leeks, bread, and goat cheese- before the brazier was lit. The games had begun. When I was finally able to get to the betting stalls, I carefully examined the runners. "Who's this one?" I asked the bet taker, pointing at a well-built man. "A fisherman from Corinth," he replied. Corinth! I gambled twenty coins that he'd win the final race. My runner almost lost his first race to a rival city-state's, but pulled through for me at the finish. Just one more race and I'd be twenty coins richer. That could buy enough olives, bread, and fish to feed my family for a week! The runner almost lost the final race, but sprinted through the finish line at the last moment to score a victory for Corinth! I had won twenty coins, and my family was treated to a meal of figs and fruit when I returned... Later... Back at the home of Altain, the winning runner, they had a feast of bread, fish, olives, fruit, and even a sacrificial lamb. Their winnings were plentiful. Altain's sons, Helix and Hrothar, and his wife, Delia, did not go hungry for weeks. "Father," Helix, the elder son, said to Altain, "will we be able to afford flute lessons again, now that you've won the Olympic games?" Altain smiled, "That and poetry, son. You will be a great storyteller, with an imagination of your size." Helix smiled and replied, "May we also buy more yo-yos? Hrothar continues to break them." Altain laughed and nodded. "That as well. Pray to Zeus, and you might even get two more yo-yos." All the laughing reminded Helix of his schooling as a younger boy. He and his friend hadn't realized what their slaves had escourted them for. The children who attended schooling lessons were beaten, and, if necessary, their friends were as well. Almost everything went unnoticed. At least they didn't live in Sparta. But for now, the family simply laughed and ate and celebrated their fortune. And so both families had food, water, and a bounteous reward. Corinth was proud of its winning resident and hosted a celebratory banquet. Nobody who attended went hungry. THE END Right here. A F I C T I O N A L S T O R Y A B O U T F I C T I O N A L C H A R A C T E R S
Transcript: Arachne Artistry Artistry The historical background is that that is where we get the name for the spider arachnid. Historical Background Philosophy Philosophy The theme present in this story is power. The power that Athena had to turn her into a spider and the power Arachne had of weaving. Themes A symbol present in this story is the web, the web to weave and the web that she would have to make as a spider. Symbols The moral present in this story is not to brag or boast because there are always consequences that come with it. Moral Messages Connection Points ConnectionPoints The Greek values presented in this story is the fact that the gods were powerful and they were supposed to be looked up at rather than down. Greek Values The Greek Mythology presented in this story is the fact that gods had a lot of power just like Athena was able to turn Arachne into a spider. Greek Mythology This relates to modern culture because just like in today's world when people boast they are punished. Modern Culture The Story The Story There once was a skillful weaver by the name of Arachne Exposition Boasting about her skill Athena was enraged. Rising Action Athena weaved scenes where the humans were punished by gods while Arachne weaved scenes where the gods were punished by humans. Climax Athena threw Hecate’s potion onto Arachne which transformed her into a spider and condemned her to weave for eternity. Falling Action Athena got her revenge and Arachne got what she deserved for boasting. Resolution
Transcript: Odysseus' journey home was really hard because Poseidon punished him for bragging by putting many obstacles to his home. He did make a lot of contributions though, his most famous contribution to the Trojan War was the Trojan Horse, which allowed Greek forces to slip into the walls of Troy and end the 10 year long war. Pandora’s symbol would be her box. That box that held all the misery of the world. Pandora didn’t really have a power. The only power she had was releasing misery to all mankind, which she did. Life Of Homer Pegasus (part 1) Bibliography Instead of having a symbol, Pegasus was actually kind of a symbol himself. Like a symbol of medusas death. If he did have symbol however it would probably be his wings. Pegasus' power was that he could fly. Homer was an ancient greek poet. He wrote the famous poem, The Odyssey, between 800 and 700 B.C. Homer lived in a Greek-speaking city on the eastern shore of the Aegean Sea or on the island of Khios. Homer was also blind but besides that, scholars really didnt know a thing about him. The Trojan War (part 1) Pandora doesn't have a specific relationship to any other gods, but they did all have a hand in making her. Each god put something special into her. She did have a husband named Epimetheus. Greek Mythology PowerPoint The Trojan War (part 2) The Trojan War (part 3) Pandora was created by the gods and goddesses to be the first woman. Pandora had curly light brown hair and dark brown eyes. Her skin was pale as snow. Odysseus was the king of Ithaca who fought the Greece against the city of Troy in the Trojan War.Odysseus lived in Ithaca before he lived in the island of Ogygia, where Odysseus has been the prisoner of the sea nymph Calypso for seven years. Pegasus was the offspring of medusa and Poseidon. He was born when medusa died. Pegasus sprang full-grown either from her head or neck or from the blood from her neck. Cavendish, Marshall. Gods, Goddesses, and Mythology. New York: Marshall Cavendish Corporation. 2005. Print. Felson, Nancy. "Pegasus." World Book Student. World Book, 2013. Web. 12 Dec. 2013. Shelmerdine, Cynthia W. "Homer." World Book Student. World Book, 2013. Web. 9 Dec. 2013. Shelmerdine, Cynthia W. "Odyssey." World Book Student. World Book, 2013. Web. 11 Dec. 2013. There is no real proof the the Trojan war actually happened. It could be true, or it could all be a myth just like the rest of greek mythology. Most people think its a myth because it falls under the greek mythology category. I guess we'll never really know though. Pandora (part 3) Pegasus (part 2) Pandora (part 2) Pandora (part 1)
Transcript: Wowing template. Click through in 20 steps. But we can move beyond the present. Why? Here is something small... Photo credits: 'horizon' by pierreyves @ flickr It could be much larger! Greek Mythology Another An Example: So... You get the idea 30 Let me give you some perspetive.... One thing.. Well here we go Rhea Rhea is the goddess of nature she was married to cronus Here is some context. Provide some common ground. Or something from the present, that we should look beyond. So....
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