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Museum Entrance Nikkis Ancient Greece Museum Title Room Title Room Title Room Press for Curator
Room 2 The variety of different food in their meals. Museum Entrance Add Artifact 4 Add Artifact 3 Add Artifact 5
Room 3 Drinks Museum Entrance Add Artifact 8 Add Artifact 7 Add Artifact 6
Room 4 Climate Museum Entrance Add Artifact 11 Add Artifact 10 Add Artifact 9
Zeus Zeus is the god of lighting and god of sky. That means he is the god who controls weather in Greece and ancient Greece. Return to Room
Beach/Weather Basically everyday was a beach weather day. Only the thing is most people had to work on those days. Only the rich could lounge around everyday. Return to Room
Food This dish was made by the ancient Greeks but was changed to make it more modern. Return to Room
Olives Olives were a big source in the ancient Greeks diet. They would grow them in their gardens and would put them in basically every dish, Return to Room
Pomegranates Pomegranates were eaten in their breakfast most of the time. Sometimes, they would crush the inside and make pomegranate juice. Return to Room
Wine Wine was a big drink they had. Sometimes, they would mix water in wine so they wouldnt get drunk. Return to Room
Wine Grapes Grapes are what their wine is made out of. The ancient Greeks would have field after field just of grapes. Some of the grapes were a blue/purple color. Return to Room
Cider Cider was the kid version of wine. The only thing different was that they didnt have to mix extra water into it. Return to Room
Climate Also everyday was beach weather. Only the rich could lounge around outside all day. The less rich had to work in fields or what their job was. Return to Room
Heat The heat in ancient Greece was horrid. If is was hot enough the heat would destroy all the crops and leave the ancient Greeks to starve. Return to Room
Beach The beach the place every ancient Greek wanted to be. The water was clear and crisp enough to be able to look ten feet down in the ocean. Return to Room
Nicole Marie Spinnato. Im Nicole M. Spinnato. I was born on July 31th, 2001. I love cheerleading at ECE and Im on Star Struck. Return to Lobby
Museum Entrance Welcome to the Lobby The Greeks prepared different foods in different ways Different natural resources were available for the Greeks to.
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Museum Entrance Room One Room Two Room Four Room Three Welcome to the Museum of [Name of Museum] Curator’s Offices Room Five Artifact 22 Artifact 23 Back.
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