Ancient Greek helmets and weapons. I enjoyed this image because it gave me an idea of what their battle attire looked like.

Ancient Greek Weapons and Carts Chromolithograph 1894

Ancient Greek helmets and weapons. I enjoyed this image because it gave me an idea of what their battle attire looked like.

"Hermes - the messenger of Gods"Hermes was lighting fast in ancient Greek Mythology...

"Hermes - the messenger of Gods"Hermes was lighting fast in ancient Greek Mythology...

Hypatia Hypatia (b. ca. AD 350–370, d. 415[1])was a Greek woman Mathematician. ~ Hypatia’s Astrolabe.

Hypatia Hypatia (b. ca. AD 350–370, d. 415[1])was a Greek woman Mathematician. ~ Hypatia’s Astrolabe.

I've always been kind of interested in ancient Greek architecture, so one day while I was bored, I decided to make a to-scale model of the Parthenon in Greece. This proved to be actually quite simple, only cutting out different sized rectangles, and gluing some painted wooden dowels in, and presto! you have the Parthenon! In case you didn't know, the ancient Greeks contributed a lot to our modern day architecture, like columns and friezes, and even invented porches. Ok, enough of the history…

How to Make a To-Scale Model of the Parthenon in Greece

I've always been kind of interested in ancient Greek architecture, so one day while I was bored, I decided to make a to-scale model of the Parthenon in Greece. This proved to be actually quite simple, only cutting out different sized rectangles, and gluing some painted wooden dowels in, and presto! you have the Parthenon! In case you didn't know, the ancient Greeks contributed a lot to our modern day architecture, like columns and friezes, and even invented porches. Ok, enough of the history…

Museum of the Ancient Greek Technology and Inventions.Katakolon,Ancient Olympia,Pelopones

Museum of the Ancient Greek Technology and Inventions.Katakolon,Ancient Olympia,Pelopones

Music played a prominent role in ancient Greece, and was particularly important for religious and ceremonial purposes. The Greeks invented numerous instruments, including the world's first keyboard instrument, the hydraulis. The importance of music was reflected in Greek mythology. For instance, the god Hermes invented the lyre, a stringed instrument, and gave it to the legendary musician Orpheus, who was able to charm all living things with his music.

How to Make Greek Musical Instruments

Music played a prominent role in ancient Greece, and was particularly important for religious and ceremonial purposes. The Greeks invented numerous instruments, including the world's first keyboard instrument, the hydraulis. The importance of music was reflected in Greek mythology. For instance, the god Hermes invented the lyre, a stringed instrument, and gave it to the legendary musician Orpheus, who was able to charm all living things with his music.

Were the Ancient Greek Athletes Tougher Than Today's Olympians?  They walked 36 miles for their opening ceremony.

How Would the Ancient Greeks Fare Against Today’s Olympic Athletes?

Were the Ancient Greek Athletes Tougher Than Today's Olympians? They walked 36 miles for their opening ceremony.

Food and Diet: Ancient Greece vs. Modern Greece via @greekdiet

Food and Diet: Ancient Greece vs. Modern Greece

The Seikilos Epitaph - the oldest known complete song with lyrics (in ancient Greek) and melody (above the lyrics) engraved on a tombstone.

The Seikilos Epitaph - the oldest known complete song with lyrics (in ancient Greek) and melody (above the lyrics) engraved on a tombstone.

Football is older than we think! Ancient Greek football player balancing the ball, supposedly teaching the technique to a boy. Depiction on an Attic lekythos of the 4th century BC found in Piraeus in 1836. Around 2000 BC, the Greeks played a game called episkyros. The game was played primarily by men and sometimes women. Regardless of their gender, the Greeks usually played nude. Romans later renamed the game to harpastum. The very same image is nowadays featured on the European Cup trophy…

Football is older than we think! Ancient Greek football player balancing the ball, supposedly teaching the technique to a boy. Depiction on an Attic lekythos of the 4th century BC found in Piraeus in 1836. Around 2000 BC, the Greeks played a game called episkyros. The game was played primarily by men and sometimes women. Regardless of their gender, the Greeks usually played nude. Romans later renamed the game to harpastum. The very same image is nowadays featured on the European Cup trophy…

This is a collection of 30 resources for Ancient China. This is a fantastic edition to your resource bank for Ancient China. What is included:  1. Virtual tour  2. Assessment task and marking guidelines  3. Map activity  4. PowerPoint  5. Model project  6. Webquest activity  7. Chinese beliefs worksheet  8. Ancient Chinese beliefs PoerPoint  9. Chinese Dynasties PowerPoint  10. Chinese Dynasties worksheet  11. Chinese inventions activity  12. Chinese inventions research  Plus More

Ancient China Resources Collection

This is a collection of 30 resources for Ancient China. This is a fantastic edition to your resource bank for Ancient China. What is included: 1. Virtual tour 2. Assessment task and marking guidelines 3. Map activity 4. PowerPoint 5. Model project 6. Webquest activity 7. Chinese beliefs worksheet 8. Ancient Chinese beliefs PoerPoint 9. Chinese Dynasties PowerPoint 10. Chinese Dynasties worksheet 11. Chinese inventions activity 12. Chinese inventions research Plus More

Ancient Greek Army Weapons | ... weapons have been found in Greece - Ancient Bronze Weapons Found in

Ancient Greek Army Weapons | ... weapons have been found in Greece - Ancient Bronze Weapons Found in

Hipparchus (c.190-c.120 BC), Ancient Greek astronomer, at the Alexandria Observatory, Egypt. At left is the armillary sphere he invented. Hipparchus is considered one of the greatest astronomers of antiquity. He calculated the length of the year and discovered the precession of the equinoxes. It is thought that the later work of Ptolemy was based on the work done by Hipparchus.

Hipparchus (c.190-c.120 BC), Ancient Greek astronomer, at the Alexandria Observatory, Egypt. At left is the armillary sphere he invented. Hipparchus is considered one of the greatest astronomers of antiquity. He calculated the length of the year and discovered the precession of the equinoxes. It is thought that the later work of Ptolemy was based on the work done by Hipparchus.

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