More Ancient Greece - syamamura - Island Pacific Academy Mail. ENGINEERING THE ANCIENT GREEK EMPIRE - History Discovery Science (full documentary) Alexander the Great's Lost Tomb. What the Ancients Knew - Greece. Untitled Prezi by Sabine Yamamura on Prezi. The Story of Mankind. Greece. Tip: Press ctrl and F (or Command and F on a Mac) to perform a keyword search of this page.
To keyword search all Best of History Web Sites pages use the search engine located on each page. Greece Web Sites The British Museum: Ancient Greece The British Museum site is full of interactive tours, simulations, and games to make the study of Ancient Greece enticing for kids. Topics include the Acropolis, Athens, Daily Life, Festivals and Games, Geography, Gods and Goddesses, Knowledge and Learning, Sparta, Time, War. You can follow the procession of the Panathenaic festival and build a virtual temple, take a virtual tour of Athens and "rope" slaves into attending Assembly. Perseus Project Perseus Project is an impressive digital library for Greek and Classical resources from the Classics Department at Tufts University for primary and secondary source scholarly works that cover the history, literature and culture of the Greco-Roman world.
Mr. Atlantis - True Story or Cautionary Tale? Mr. The Death of Alexander the Great, 323 BC. The Death of Alexander the Great, It was May of 323 BC and Alexander the Great was in Baghdad.
The thirty-two-year-old King of Macedonia had spent the past thirteen years conquering much of the known world. In the process, he created an empire that reached from Macedonia through Greece and the Persian Empire to the fringes of India. He had plans to expand his holdings, but these dreams would never be realized. Alexander's campaign of domination had started when he crossed the Hellespont to conquer the Persian Empire (see Alexander Defeats the Persians, 331 BC). Now that he had returned to Baghdad after years of military campaigning, Alexander took the opportunity to rest and to plan his next conquest. Ancient Greek Government. The Greeks had a lot of different kinds of governments, because there were many different city-states in ancient Greece, and they each had their own government.
In addition, people's ideas about what made a good government changed over time. Aristotle divided Greek governments into monarchies, oligarchies, tyrannies and democracies, and most historians still use these same divisions. For the most part, Greece began by having monarchies, then oligarchies, then tyrannies and then democracies, but at each period there were plenty of city-states using a different system, and there were many which never did become democracies or tyrannies at all.
In the Late Bronze Age (the Mycenean period), between about 2000 and 1200 BC, all Greek city-states seem to have been monarchies, ruled by kings. Homer's Iliad, and Greek mythology in general, shows us a whole series of kings like Agamemnon and Theseus, and some of their palaces have survived for archaeologists to dig up. Welcome to Kidipede! Or. Ancient Greece and Rome and Their Influence on Modern Western Civilization.
This essay examines the political, economic, and social structures of ancient Greece and Rome and explores how these systems influenced modern Western civilization. An Enduring Legacy The American political system, like those of many other Western nations, is profoundly influenced by ideas from ancient Greece and Rome. Our ideas about democracy and republican government come from these ancient governments. Our values of citizen participation and limited government originate in these ancient societies. Ancient Greece and Rome (20) Class Worksheets » Ancient Greece and Rome (20) File ancient greece map ws.doc (DOC 29 KB) File greece - map.pdf (PDF 442 KB) File 5-1 ws.doc (DOC 25 KB) Chp. 5 Sec. 2 (DOC 23 KB) File athens sparta or both-group ws.doc (DOC 45 KB) File early greeks powerpoint shell notes.doc (DOC 37 KB) Chp. 5 Sec. 3 Class Notes (DOC 20 KB) File important people in greece.doc (DOC 34 KB) Chp. 5 Vocab (DOC 23 KB) File early greek peoples.ppt (PPT 3.50 MB)
[ The Greeks ] - Educational Resources - Lesson 1. Introduction During the 5th century BC, Greece was dominated by two main powers: democratic Athens and the military oligarchy of Sparta.
These city-states were very different. Sparta was traditionally the great land power of the Greek world and controlled many neighboring territories whose populations were tied to the land as slaves. Athens' power was based upon its command of the sea, and though it was officially only head of a naval alliance (the Delian League), in practice this amounted to an empire in all but name. This exercise encourages students to compare and contrast Athens and Sparta. An Ancient Odyssey. Note: This lesson was originally published on an older version of The Learning Network; the link to the related Times article will take you to a page on the old site.
Overview of Lesson Plan: In this lesson, students identify both the traditional myths and historical facts that are associated with geographical locations in ancient Greece. Then they create a “Travel to Ancient Greece” display to present their findings. Author(s): Deborah Lerman, The New York Times Learning Network Javaid Khan, The Bank Street College of Education in New York City Suggested Time Allowance: 45 minutes – 1 hour Objectives:Students will: 1. Activities / Procedures:NOTE TO TEACHER: This lesson plan focuses on the civilization of ancient Greece through research pertaining to specific locations within that region; however, you may substitute other ancient sites associated with other ancient cultures if they are more relevant to your current curriculum. 1.
Extension Activities:1. Gregory Nagy Interview: The Greek Hero in the Classics. Faculty insight: Gregory Nagy Gregory Nagy sits down with Jenny Attiyeh of ThoughtCast to discuss classics like the Iliad and how studying the classics gives us a better understanding of humanism.
Nagy is an Extension School instructor and the director of the Harvard Center for Hellenic Studies in Washington, DC. About the Greek classics video Students of any age, eager to learn, have often looked back on the Greek classics to aid them in their study. Greek & Roman Mythology - Homer. Ancient Greece flashcards. Ancient Greece - The British Museum. Ancient Greek Statues, Pottery, Armour, Jewelry & Orthodox Icons at Hellenic-Art.com. Ancient greece and rome. Famous Ancient Greeks. History - Ancient Greece. Roman links.