Myths, Folktales, and Fairy Tales Home Welcome to the Myths, Folktales and Fairy Tales Internet project. We've compiled contributions from many authors to create this rich resource for learning about and writing in these genres. During the project, we will have several authors live online to discuss their work in these genres and to answer questions from young writers working on creating their own. When we read these traditional stories from around the world, we find that the things we value most highly, fear most deeply, and hope for most ardently are valued, feared and hoped for by all people. Still, while the same yearnings are expressed, each culture has a unique response made richer by details from its society and the local ecology.
Roman Social Class and Public Display Social Classes in the Late Republic Rome was a highly hierarchial and class-conscious society, but there was the possibility of mobility between most classes (indicated in the diagram above by dotted lines) because by the second century BCE class was no longer determined solely by birth. The classes described below superseded the old patrician/plebeian distinction, though certain elements of dress and religious positions and rituals were still reserved for patricians. There was a large gulf between the wealthy upper classes (the senatorial and equestrian classes, shown on the pediment of the temple above), and the poorer lower classes, though it was still possible—although quite difficult—to move upwards by acquiring sufficient wealth. Upper Classes Senatorial class (senatores): The basis for this class was political.
Slipper Sox Materials: approximately 3 oz. any worsted weight yarn double point needles size 5 gauge 22 sts = 4 inches Cast on 44 sts on three needles 16-12-16 work 12 rounds of k2, p2 ribbing knit 14 rounds Divide for heel: K 11 sts from 1st needle, turn, slip 1 st, p 10 from 1st needle and p 11 from 3rd needle. All covers are shown as 75 dpi images with links to 150 dpi versions Looking for something? Full text search on all info files Lots of Grateful Dead on this list. Jump past them.. 4Tops840714 The Four Tops 7-14-1984 Regency,Atlantic City, NJ (1flac)
FRET - Free Resources for English Teaching From Shakespeare to Steinbeck, from Medieval literature to the present day: if you're looking for lesson plans on poetry or prose, our collection of free English resources covers a wide area of literature and language. Have a look at our most recent collection, featuring resources to help with GCSE and A-level revision, teaching Shakespeare or browse through all the TES English collections. Alternatively, you can search for lesson plans, activities and worksheets. @tesenglish Teaching Shakespeare
The Roman Gladiator: The Rock Star of the Roman Empire A gladiator was a professional fighter who fought other gladiators and even animals in amphitheaters around the Roman Republic and Roman Empire. Gladiators fought for over 600 years of Rome’s history, evolving from modest ceremonial combats into grand entertainment spectaculars, filled with violence and gore. These battles, often fought to a bloody death, were adored by the Roman citizens, as were the gladiators themselves. The word gladiator comes from the Latin gladiatores, or “swordsmen”, taken from the Latin word gladius, which was a short sword used by the legionaries. Gladiators were by no means as high ranking on the Roman status ladder as a soldier, but they were nonetheless regarded highly in Roman society.
Lisa's Knit Hat The sample hat was knit on size 8 needles with TLC yarn, but any worsted weight yarn is fine. Worsted weight yarn. Size 8 needles (one circular, one set double point) On the circular needle, cast on 80 stitches (more or fewer, as long as it's an even number, to get the right circumference), leaving a tail at least six inches long. Do NOT join! Row One: Knit in the front and back of each stitch to double the number of stitches. Advertising on Thinkquest As of July 1, 2013 ThinkQuest has been discontinued. We would like to thank everyone for being a part of the ThinkQuest global community: Students - For your limitless creativity and innovation, which inspires us all. Teachers - For your passion in guiding students on their quest. Partners - For your unwavering support and evangelism.
Ancient Roman Medicine EtruscansAncient RomeMedieval RomeRenaissanceBaroqueModern Rome Ancient Roman medicine was in many ways a development of what they learned from the Greeks and then applied in exasperated situations such as continuous war or gladiatorial shows. The wealth of Rome was such that it created medical situations and needs which required the best techniques and knowledge of the time: the wealth of the rich created a demand for cosmetic surgery. Large cities with high concentrations of population regularly created situations of fire or plague of various sorts and this brought a need for public health strategies, even if only rudimentary.
By special request, Beading Made Easy! As promised, here's the scoop on beaded knitting, crochet style. I much prefer this method because it saves me from having to string hundreds of beads onto my yarn, a pretty onerous task if ya ask me! Plus it saves wear and tear on the yarn since you don't have to slide all those beads along the length of the yarn as you do with the knitted on method. Alphabet Download Front page > Power Tools > How-To > Classroom Display Alphabet This alphabet is as simple as download, print and decorate. Download to your computer and open in Adobe Acrobat, then print. This display uses 26 different fonts to give you a visually interesting display, and brings creativity to the letter recognition process.
Gateway to Pompeii, companion site for A.D.62: Pompeii, a novel Visit the web pages below to see illustrations from ancient works of art that inspired the descriptions of people and places in the novel. Other sites include an interactive map of Pompeii, travel information, and information about replicas of ancient artifacts. A.D. 62: Pompeii, a novel set in Pompeii Ancient Art described in the novel: Murals and Mosaics Archaeological Digs Archaeology Magazine: Explore the human past with the premiere publication devoted to worldwide archaeological discovery. Adult/Teen Sewn Polar Fleece Hat Pattern by Gail Bable, copyright Dec. 2002 Be sure to use very stretchy polar fleece! Draw out your pattern adding a piece to the bottom that is 7 " x 4 1/2" . This will make the hat a full 4 1/2" x 12. Do add extra fabric to the bottom if you want the hat to roll up (another 2" making the hat 4 1/2" x 14"). Cut out two piece of polar fleece, stretch of the fabric going across the width.
Haiku Theme Page Haiku Theme Page Below are the CLN "Theme Pages" which supplement the study of haiku. CLN's theme pages are collections of useful Internet educational resources within a narrow curricular topic and contain links to two types of information. Students and teachers will find curricular resources (information, content...) to help them learn about this topic. In addition, there are links to instructional materials (lesson plans) which will help teachers provide instruction in this theme. Publish Your Creative Work On-Line