Hamartia is a word from Greek. It first appears in Aristotle's Poetics. It has the same meaning in Greek and English. A tragic or fatal flaw. Hamartia........

Hamartia is a word from Greek. It first appears in Aristotle's Poetics. It has the same meaning in Greek and English. A tragic or fatal flaw. Hamartia........

Elysium or the Elysian Fields (Ancient Greek: Ἠλύσιον πεδίον, Ēlýsion pedíon) is a conception of the afterlife that developed over time and was maintained by some Greek religious and philosophical sects and cults

Elysium or the Elysian Fields (Ancient Greek: Ἠλύσιον πεδίον, Ēlýsion pedíon) is a conception of the afterlife that developed over time and was maintained by some Greek religious and philosophical sects and cults

Meraki - to do something with soul, creativity or love, leaving a piece of yourself in to what you are doing.

Meraki - to do something with soul, creativity or love, leaving a piece of yourself in to what you are doing.

Metanoia — an Ancient Greek word (μετάνοια) meaning "changing one's mind".

Metanoia — an Ancient Greek word (μετάνοια) meaning "changing one's mind".

A printable crossword puzzle worksheet featuring gods and other characters from ancient Greek mythology.  The clues describe the god or character and students must find their name and fill it in the grid.  This would make a good activity for early finishers or as something to take home and enjoy.

A printable crossword puzzle worksheet featuring gods and other characters from ancient Greek mythology. The clues describe the god or character and students must find their name and fill it in the grid. This would make a good activity for early finishers or as something to take home and enjoy.

xyst     zist   , noun;     1. (in an ancient Roman villa) a garden walk planted with trees. 2. (in ancient Greek and Roman architecture) a covered portico, as a promenade.

xyst zist , noun; 1. (in an ancient Roman villa) a garden walk planted with trees. 2. (in ancient Greek and Roman architecture) a covered portico, as a promenade.

Makaria | μακαρια ( n., fem.) happiness, bliss, alternatively, it can mean "foolishness" or "nonsense" | via The Classical World | ancient greek word of the day

Makaria | μακαρια ( n., fem.) happiness, bliss, alternatively, it can mean "foolishness" or "nonsense" | via The Classical World | ancient greek word of the day

anagnorisis   \ an-ag-NAWR-uh-sis, -NOHR- \  , noun;     1. (in ancient Greek tragedy) the critical moment of recognition or discovery, especially preceding peripeteia.

anagnorisis \ an-ag-NAWR-uh-sis, -NOHR- \ , noun; 1. (in ancient Greek tragedy) the critical moment of recognition or discovery, especially preceding peripeteia.

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