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Lesson Plans
  1. Literature - Classical (Able Media)
      Provides lessons related to ancient Greek mythology, history, and literature. Requires the use of the Adobe Reader, which is free.

Materials
  1. Greek Life and Times (University of Pennsylvania)
      Provides pictures and a historical narrative regarding daily life, arts, economy, warfare, religion and other aspects of life in ancient Greece.

Papers
  1. Ancient Grecian Art (Artchive.com)
      Provides nine examples of art from ancient Greece. 3-01

  2. Ancient Greek Water Works Found (MSNBC News)
      "Archaeologists excavating a sprawling prehistoric fortress in southern Greece have discovered a secret underground passage thought to have supplied the site with water in times of danger." 1-07

  3. Ancient Greeks (ThinkQuest)
      "Find out facts about games that were played long ago, ancient wars, the Greekís gods and goddesses, and their way of building temples and other structures. You will also learn about the slaves Greece had, famous Greek people, and the Greek Wonders, which are a few of the Seven Wonders of the World." 8-04

  4. Ancient Greeks (Wikipedia.org)
      "The Greeks... are a nation and ethnic group, who have populated Greece from the 17th century BC up until the present day." 1-07

  5. Greece - Daily Life in Ancient Greece (Donn)
      Provides information on toys, pets, food, slaves, clothes, and other day-to-day information. 03-06

  6. Greek - Philosophy of Stoicism (IEP)
  7. Hypatia of Alexandria (Smithsonian Magazine)
      "One day on the streets of Alexandria, Egypt, in the year 415 or 416, a mob of Christian zealots led by Peter the Lector accosted a womanís carriage and dragged her from it and into a church, where they stripped her and beat her to death with roofing tiles. They then tore her body apart and burned it. Who was this woman and what was her crime? Hypatia was one of the last great thinkers of ancient Alexandria and one of the first women to study and teach mathematics, astronomy and philosophy. Though she is remembered more for her violent death, her dramatic life is a fascinating lens through which we may view the plight of science in an era of religious and sectarian conflict," 09-14

  8. Hypatia of Alexandria (Wikipedia.org)
      Hypatia "was a Greek Alexandrian Neoplatonist philosopher in Egypt.[2] As head of the Platonist school at Alexandria, she taught philosophy and astronomy." 09-14

  9. Plato's Republic (Stevenson - Jowett, Translator)
      Provides the Greek classic, The Republic, by Plato. Describes his ideal for government, including how to prepare leaders for government. 8-02

Projects
  1. Ancient Greeks (Snaith Primary School)
      Provides worksheets and interactive problems to solve. 11-01


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