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7R - Hannah P, Natasha, Hunter C, Heidi

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Government By Natasha B. customs The Culture of Greece
by: Hannah P, Heidi, Natasha,
Hunter C People in ancient Greece loved theater. In ancient Greece,
science was based on math, logic
and everyday technology Pythagoras invented the
idea of mathematical
proof. Socrates developed logical
methods on whether something
was true or not. Plato, Artistole, and Socrates were Philosophers who created concepts and ideas, and shared them with the public. Ancient Greek architecture is best known from its temples. Aristotle observed plants and
animals and put them
into groups. They asked questions like:
What is life?
From where does everything come
And more The art history
Of the Hellenic era
is generally sub divided into
four periods. Sophocles was a famous for 120 plays Already at this
period it is created with
a sens of proportion symmetry and
balance not apparent The plays were very interesting because they were made up of three types of plays: Tragedies, Comedies, and Satires. When Aristotle was a young man, about 350 BC, he went to study at Plato's academy. Prisoners would be released from jail for a little bit to attend Every town had at least one theater History
by Hannah Palladino Thucydides was an
ancient historian for Greece.
He wrote about the
Peloponnese war. Thucydides was generally
regarded as
one of the first
true historians. Herodotus was famous for his writings
on the conflicts between
Athens and Sparta. Herodotus is known as "The Father of History". Language by: Hannah Palladino The Greek alphabet is
over 2500 years old and
is still used today. The Greek alphabet
originated from
the Phoenicians. They used it to write down fables, myths, and legends. The gift we received from
the ancient Greeks is
the alphabet with vowels. They weren't the only famous ancient Greek Philosophers, others were:
Pythagoras
Epicurus
Zeno Money and Economy by Hunter C. By Natasha B. The development
in the depiction of the human
from in pottery was accompanied by a
similar development in sculpture. By Natasha B. Nothing has changed all Is
recycled in updated versions of
what once placed into consciousness hologram at the
beginning " The Genesis Moment". One of these systems
came out of Ancient India as part
of the teaching of the vedes it was
called Ayurveda" The science of life". These ancient texts were humanity's
guidebooks to healing and well-
ness as human would forever seek
balance of body, mind, and consciousness
in physical reality. Athens and Sparta were
the two most important city- state in
Ancient Greece, or so they believed. The ancient greeks referred to themselves
however as citizen's of their hometown
their city-state each city-state
(polis) had it's own personality, goals, laws and They were very loyal to their city-state. The ancient greeks spoke the same language.
They believed in the same gods. Music By: Heidi O'Boyle They anted to advance their civilization, so they created money instead of using trade. They played the Greek lyre. They played a Greek aulos. They called their money Drachma They played at religious festivals, and banquet gatherings he is the god of the sky. His symbol is the eagle. When it storms, you can find him brooding in his
throne room in Mount Olympus. Before 600 BC, there was no monetary system in Greece, so they utilized the barter system. They also played them at marriages and funerals Medicine He is the brother of Hades and Poseidon.
Also he is the husband of Hera The coins were silver, and made in iron molds. Literature By: Heidi O'Boyle She is he Goddess of and wisdom. Her symbol is the owl. Homer: He wrote the Iliad and Odyssey. You are most likely to find her at the American University,listening to war strategies. She has no relationship to other gods. Archilochus was an important iambic poet But they were not the only city-states.
There were many city-state were proud of their hometown.They were proud to be Greek. Astronomy by: Hunter C. They also wrote drama plays. He is the God of the underworld. Agathon was a tragic poet. His symbol is the Helm of Darkness He is the brother of Zeus and Poseidon. He is not apart of any myths. Anaxagoras, Aristarchus, and Thales were all famous Ancient Greek Astronomers. Apollo By: Heidi O'Boyle God of Archery, music, poetry, prophecy,
and medicine Hesiod, who wrote in the early
7th century B.C., adds the star Arcturus
a list in his poetic calender, called Works and Days They believed that the earth's shape was spherical because they observed how the moon orbited the earth. lyre, laurel wreath. When Apollo was a sun God. They described a cosmos with the stars, planets, sun, moon, and earth. Hermes
By: Natasha Bensinger Olympian God The symbol is the caduceus. Zues (father) Leto ( mother) Name: Mecury Poseidon
By Hunter Clauss Messenger of the gods. God of the Sea Hecate By: Heidi O'Boyle He could split the sea His brothers were Zeus and Hades Godess of magic, crossroads, and ghosts Twin torches Aphrodite
By: Natasha
Beninger God of War Artemis
By Hunter Clauss About her and the croossroads. Love and beauty. Daughter of Zeus. The dove. Demeter Intervened in Trojan
War Battle. His symbol is the Spear By: Heidi O'Boyle The birth of Ares Daughter of Zeus and Dione. Son of Zeus Godess of Hunting Goddess of Agiculture. Moon Artemis and the Giants Torch, corn plant is her symbol. Twin of Apallo, Daughter of Zeus when Hades stole her daughter. Persophone Hera
By: Natasha Bensinger Bibliographies. Story of Medusa "Ancient Greece for Kids - Main Index ." Ancient Greece for Kids - Main Index . N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Mar. 2013. <http://greece.mrdonn.org>.
"Crystalinks Home Page." Crystalinks Home Page. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Mar. 2013. <http://www.crystalinks.com>. By: Heidi O'Boyle By: Natasha B. Athens Ancient Greece. The characters are Medusa and Athena She went to the Parthenon with her friends and made remarks about Athena "History." Ancient Greece. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Mar. 2013. <http://crystalinks.com>.
"Language." Ancient Greece . N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Mar. 2013. <http://www.greece.mrdonn.org>.
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"Theseus and the Minotaur." Ancient Greek Myths. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Mar. 2013. <www.greeka.org>. By: Hannah Palladino The solution is Athena made her ugly with snakes for hair and anyone who saw her would turn to stone Theseus and Medusa The Journey of Hurcules By Hunter Clauss Setting: Great Castle
Time: Ancient Time
Place: Phrygia

Characters: King Midas, Dionyssus, Silenus

Problem: King Midus wishes everything he touches turns to gold.

Plot/Events: The god Dionysuss grants his wish. He runs around the cstle turning everything to gold . Then he hugs his daughter and turns her to gold.

Resolution: He prayed to Dionysuss to take this curse from him. The god heard midas and told him to was his hands in the river Pactolus. So midas become normal again. Our own Myths Setting: The stone Garden
Where: The Stone Garden
When: Ancient Greece Major Characters: Theseus and Medusa
Minor Characters: The children The problem was she would boast to everyone about her beauty Problem: Theseus comes to slay Medusa without becoming a stone statue Event 1: Theseus and his group go to the stone garden Event 2: As they go in one by one they all turn to stone, but not Theseus. Event 3: Theseus had a mirror and snuck up behind her! Outcome: Theseus had his eyes closed and went into battle. After a while medusa was dead. By: Hannah Palladino Ancient Greek Literature - Crystalinks." Crystalinks Home Page. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Mar. 2013. <http://www.crystalinks.com/greekliterature.ht "Ancient Greek Theatre - Ancient Greece for Kids ." Ancient Greece for Kids - Main Index . N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Mar. 2013. <http://greece.mrdonn.org/theatre.html>.
"ThinkQuest : 404 - Page Not Found." ThinkQuest : Library. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Mar. 2013. <http://library.thinkquest.org/04apr/00275/ancient-ins.btm>. By: Heidi O'Boyle Art and Architecture Math and science Theater
By: Heidi Philosophy
By: Hunter C. Cultural topics
Teri 1 by: Hannah Palladino Setting: In the Heavens in ancient times.
Where: In the Heavens
When: In ancient times
Major Characters: Zeus, Poseidon
Minor Characters: Hurcule
Plot/Problem: Hurcules has gone missing, Zeus blames Poseidon. Zeus and Poseidon prepare for war.
Event 1: Hurcules is lost to sea by an unexpected wind sweeping over the Heavens.
Event 2: While Zeus and Poseidon are arguing, Hurcules is stranded on Earth trying to find his way back.
Event 3: Hurcules lands on shore, and goes to the Pathenon in Greece. He finds a secret door leading to the Heavens.
Outcome: Hurcules returns home in time to stop the war between Zeus and Poseidon, and all ends well. •" Ancient Greek Philosophy [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]." Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Mar. 2013. <http://www.iep.utm.edu/greekphi/>. Philosophy Cultural topics
Teri 2 "Ancient Greek Philosophy - Crystalinks." Crystalinks Home Page. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Mar. 2013. <http://crystalinks.com/greekphilosophy.html>. "Greek Philosophy for Kids." Kidipede - History for Kids - Homework Help for Middle School Social Studies. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Mar. 2013. <http://www.historyforkids.org/learn/greeks/philosophy/>. Make sure that titles in APA citations are properly capitalized. Capitalize only the first letter of the first word or any proper nouns. "Ancient Greek Philosophers for Kids." Ducksters: Fun Kid site with safe search, sports, games, jokes, and homework help.. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Mar. 2013. <http://www.ducksters.com/history/ancient_greek_philosophers.php>. AD, 800, and the people of Djenne-Djeno had built a tall. "Kidipede - History for Kids - Homework Help for Middle School Social Studies." Kidipede - History for Kids - Homework Help for Middle School Social Studies. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Mar. 2013. <http://www.historyforkids.org>. Money and Economy Clark, Josh. "HowStuffWorks "Did the ancient Greeks get their ideas from the Africans?"." HowStuffWorks "History". N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Mar. 2013. <http://history.howstuffworks.com/history-vs-myth/greek-philosophers-african-tribes.htm>. "What did they call money in ancient Greece." The Q&A wiki. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Mar. 2013. <http://wiki.answers.com/Q/what_did_they_call_money_in_ancient_greece>. Make sure that titles in APA citations are properly capitalized. Capitalize only the first letter of the first word or any proper nouns. Culture. "Money in Ancient Greece." Untitled Document. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Mar. 2013. <http://historylink102.com/greece3/money.htm>. "Greek Philosophy for Kids." Kidipede - History for Kids - Homework Help for Middle School Social Studies. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Mar. 2013. <http://www.historyforkids.org/learn/greeks Astronomy "Names of Ancient Greek Astronomers." Greek Names. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Mar. 2013. <http://www.greek-names.info/names-of-ancient-greek-astronomers/>. Cultural topics
Teri 2 Researched Myth "Greek Mythology." Greek Mythology. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Mar. 2013. <http://greekmythology.com>. King Midas and the Golden touch By: Natasha The Gods of
Greece. Zeus By: Hannah
Palladino Athena By: Hannah
Palladino Hades By: Hannah
Palladino Ares
By: Hunter C. His symbol is the trident. Marriage, Mothers, and Families Name: Juno
Wife of Zeus Symbol promagranate, cow, and peacock Aided Jason and the argonowts The Creation of the world. Theseus and the
Minotaur. By:
Hannah Palladino Myths Ancient Greece
Crete The characters are Theseus, the minotaur, King Minos and Aries. The problem is
Theseus must go and slay
the minotaur
and come out alive. Theseus goes to king Minos and voulentiers to slay the Minotaur Aries tries to help while
theseus is in the jail
cell. She gives a ball of
twine to Theseus and
told to tie it to the
door. The solution was theseus ties
the ball of twine to the door,goes in and slays the Minotaur and gets
out Setting: in the heavens before time began.
Time: Before time began
Place: in the heavens.
Characters: Erelous, Gaea, Ether, Cyclops, Hecatanchires, Titans, Cronus, ash tree nymphs, Erinnyes, Aphrodite, Tartarus, Rhea, Zeus, Metis, Prometheus, Ephimethus, Oceanus, Atlas, typseus, and Hercules.
Problem:Eaea was imprisoned by earthley Uranus, so her son Cronus sets up to battle Uranus. After Cronus gets what he wants, he has kids and treats them unfairly, so they plot against him.
Plot: His children gather an army of artures and gods who were treated unfairly by Cronus to attack.
Resolution: they chased out Cronus. Atlas became leader and was also unfair. Finally Zeus took over and he was a great, fair leader.
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