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Glorious Athens Steven Dutch University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
Inside the Parthenon
The Partenon’s Violent Past
Dedicated to a New God
Fresco on the Temple Walls
Temple of Athena Nike
Odeon of Herodes Atticus
Agora and Stoa of Attalos
Stoa of Attalos
Temple of Olympian Zeus
Roman Agora and Temple of the Winds
How Ruins Get Ruined
Saving Space, Athens
Church of the Holy Apostles
1896 Olympic Stadium
Greek War Memorial
The Acropolis The Acropolis was a religious shrine and fortress. Acropolis means “high city”. This flat limestone rock was very special to the Athenians.
Dr. Sardharwalla August Greek Myths The religious beliefs of Classical Greece can be interpreted in many different ways. Nobody can be sure how.
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Student Dialogues - Program Experiences Please also view the student dialogue on the sites and the program highlight presentation.
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The Erechtheion B.C.E. The Construction Designed by Philokes Constructed during B.C.E. Located on the Acropolis in Athens Considered.
Around 800 B.C., Greece began to establish settlements. At first most Greeks lived in small villages. However, the growth of trade helped villages grow.
The Acropolis of Athens A True Wonder to Think About…
The Legacies of Ancient Greece. What is a legacy? Traditions, skills and knowledge of a culture that get passed on to people in the future Something a.
THE ACROPOLIS RESTORED AFTER THE PERSIANS SACKED AND BURNED IT.
Golden Age in Athens. DO NOW What comes to mind when you hear “Golden Age”?
Athena was born of Zeus alone but she had a mother it was Metis when Metis was pregnant Zeus swallowed her. Later he had a headache and had his head split.
Ancient Greece Monkey See…Monkey Do!. Geography of Greece Greece is a small country in Europe. To the west is the Ionian Sea, to the south is the Mediterranean.
Byzantine Empire After the Western Roman Empire fell to German barbarian invasions in the 5th century, the Eastern Roman Empire, with its capital at Constantinople,
Warm Up Write down the lesson name and objective. Answer the following questions: What types of geographic features are there in Greece? Why did.
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Religion in ancient Greece …and the divinities M. Bridgeo.
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The Parthenon Greek Architecture The Parthenon is one temple that is very famous and beautiful. Built between 447 and 438 BC, it was the first building.
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Overview of Ancient Greece 1. Geography – Where it located? What is its climate? What land forms does it have? What kind of animals and plants are there?
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