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Greece

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Transcript of Greece

A burst of creative activity!
August 15th Since the Death of Jesus
From the Greek region
The Greek Legends
Ancient Greek
Famous Dishes
The Day of Panagia (Virgin Mary)
Gigandes Plaki. Also known as Gigantes and Yigandes. Basically they are giant beans. The name, Gigantes is Greek. The word means giant, hence giant beans.
Tzatziki is a strained yogurt dish originated within the Ottoman Empire.
People travel from all over the world to be in Greece on this holiday. It's best known for the way the people crawl up the steps on their knees into the chapel. This picture of Mother Mary and her baby child is a famous one by Giovanni Battista Salvi. It's an oil on canvas.
$1.25
Monday, February 17, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
All About the Facts
Where/Who/When/Why/What is GREECE
They have had some problems...
Government
Capital:
Athens

Language:
Greek

Difference in elevations:
from Mt. Olympus to the sea coast

Chief Products:
Agriculture
Manufacturing
Mining

National Anthem:
Ethnikos Hymnos

Currency:
Euros $1.00: 1 euro
Karolos Papoulias is the president of Greece right now.
Greece
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But it wasn't all fun and games for everyone.
The women and slaves didn't have as much freedom and were not as accepted as Greek men.
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Baxevanis, John J. “Greece.” World Book. Volume 8. Chicago: Scott Fetzer

Company, 2003. Print.

Mazowen, Mark. “No Exit? Greece’s ongoing Crisis.” The Nation. 1 April 2013. The

Nation. Web. 16 May 2014.

Nordon, Don. Ancient Greece. Detroit: Thompson Gale, 2006. Print.

Richard, Hughes. “Greece and the first World War.” History Today. Volume 63. Issue

8. History Today, August 2013. pg 55-56. Web. 19 May 2014.

Salvi, Giovanni Battista. The Virgin ad Child Embrace. (1609-1685) N.A. Greece.

N.A. oil on canvas.
By: Hope Peak per. 1
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