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Greek and Roman mythology in the Harry Potter books Greek

Fluffy the Three-Headed Dog Based on Cerberus in Greek mythology. Three-headed dog who guards the entrance to the underworld/realm of the dead. Lulled to sleep by Orpheus, who played music for it. Getting past Fluffy a symbolic death? Hagrid: \”Bought him off a Greek chappie…\” The Basilisk Greek basiliskos = \”little king\”. In Greek mythology […]

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The Ancient Greeks (Mr. Worthley)

At roughly what time period was the golden age of Ancient Greece? 2500 years ago Who was the Ancient Greek writer of fables? Aesop Who was a Greek mathematician? Pythagoras Why should Americans study Ancient Greece? Because they gave us things like Democracy, Literature, Theater, Philosophy, etc. How is a city-state more than just a […]

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Social Studies Lesson 32 Greek Philosophy

socratic method A method of teaching by question and answer; used by Socrates to elicit truths from his students. *The Socratic method is a form of teaching that is still used to this day. sophist Sophists were any group of professional fifth-century BC. Greek philosophers and teachers who speculated on theology, metaphysics, and the sciences, […]

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English Greek Mythology Webquest

at what time was the golden age of ancient greece? 2500 years ago, 500 BC why should americans study greek culture? many of the ideals americans cherish come from greek thinking how is a city state more thank just a city? city-states were large areas of land whose inhabitants fell under the rule of the […]

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Ancient Greek Web Quest Answers

At roughly what time period was the golden age of Ancient Greece? 2500 years ago Who was the Ancient Greek writer of fables? Aesop Who was a Greek mathematician? Pythagoras Why should Americans study Ancient Greece? Because they gave us things like Democracy, Literature, Theater, Philosophy, etc. How is a city-state more than just a […]

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Greek Mythology, gods, 9th Grade English

Aphrodite/Venus goddess of love and beauty, wife of Hephaestus Ares/Mars god of war Artemis/Diana goddess of hunting and childbirth Athena/Minerva goddess of harvest, wisdom, and crafts Demeter/Ceres goddess of harvest, barley Hera/Juno protector of women;wife of Zeus/Jupiter Hermes/Mercury messenger of the gods Hades/Pluto god of the Underworld Poseidon/Neptune god of the seas Zeus/Jupiter king of […]

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Greek and Roman Theatre

Agon Greek Old Comedy, a scene with a debate between the two opposing forces of the play, each representing one side of a social or political issue. Agonthetes In Hellenistic Greece, the government official responsible for producing plays for festivals. Amphitheater Large oval, circular, or semicircular outdoor theatre with rising tiers of seats around an […]

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The civilization of the Greeks

All of the following are prominent features of Greece’s topography except. Extensive open plains In general, separate early Greek communities: Became fierce rivals fighting so often as to threaten Greek civilization itself The english archaeologist ________ uncovered the Bronze Age Minoan civilization on Crete. Sir Arthur Evans Which of the following statements best describes the […]

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Greek & Roman Theatre

amphitheatre large oval, circular, or semi circular outdoor theatre with rising tiers of seats around an open playing area atellan farce Form of Roman theatre; improvised comedic pieces dealing with exaggerated family situations or satirizing historical or mythological figures. orchestra the cirrcular, level space where the chorus would sing, dance, and interact with the actors […]

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Greek Orientation

Greek Letters Meaning Interdependent, Intellectual, Inseparable Purpose The purpose of the Theta Gamma Pi sorority shall be to create a multicultural sisterhood that will be active in the community through leadership and service. While upholding respect for our own unique differences, we will work to educate our fellow students to ultimately promote the growth of […]

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Greek Core Vocab (Writing & Talking) – Dickinson College Commentaries Core Vocab

λέγω say, speak (of), recount; pick up, collect, count ἐρῶ say, speak (of), recount; pick up, collect, count || fut. act. PP of λέγω εἶπον say, speak (of), recount; pick up, collect, count || aor. act. PP of λέγω εἴρηκα say, speak (of), recount; pick up, collect, count || perf. act. PP of λέγω λέλεγμαι […]

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The origins and evolutions of Greek Mythology(research paper sources)

Kruger, Chaddie \”Those changing Olympians?\”(print) \”the ancients themselves kept changing the list of deities they thought lived there.\” (Quotation) Kruger, Chaddie. \”Those changing Olympians?\” Calliope Nov-Dec( 2012). 23.3 10+. Student Edition. Web. 26 Apr. 2013 Kruger, Chaddie \”Winning Mount Olympus\”(print) Before the Olympians, there were other godly deities known as the titans-the gigantic gods who […]

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Latin and Greek Number Roots 1-10

question uni- answer 1 ~ Latin question bi- answer 2 ~ Latin question tri- answer 3 ~ Latin and Greek question mono- answer 1 ~ Greek question dou-, di- answer 2 ~ Greek question quart- answer 4 ~ Latin question quint- answer 5 ~ Latin question hex- answer 6 ~ Greek question sex- answer 6 […]

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Greek & Latin Root Words

question Tele answer Far Away (Greek) question Phono answer Sound, Voice (Greek) question Peri- answer Around, Near (Greek) question Graph answer To write; or Something written (Greek) question Scope answer Watch, View, Examine (Latin & Greek) question Micro answer Small (Greek) question Geo answer Earth (Greek) question Thermo answer Heat (Greek) question Meter answer Measure […]

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Latin and Greek Roots: Book 3, Unit 12

question rap- answer Latin: RAPERE, RAPTUM, “to snatch’, RAPAX, “greedy, devouring” question rapacious answer (adj.) Seizing everything; greedy question rapt answer (adj.) Giving total attention to; captivated question surreptitious answer (adj.) Hidden or secret; done without notice question cep- answer Latin: CAPERE, CAPTUM, “seize, take” question perceptible answer (adj.) Able to be noticed or felt […]

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Greek and Latin Roots

question mater answer Latin root for “mother” Cognates – maternal, maternity, alma mater question aqua answer Latin root for “water” Cognates – aquarium, aquamarine, Aquarius question gen answer Greek root meaning “birth” or “race” Cognates – generation, generate, progeny question bio answer Greek root for “life” Cognates – biography, autobiography, biology question spec answer Latin […]

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Latin and Greek Roots, Book V, Unit 12

question sedition answer act or practice aimed at undermining authority; rebellion question ambiance answer environment surrounding; atmosphere question circuitous answer roudabout or lengthy question transitory answer short-lived or temporary question accede answer to agree, often at the urging of another question antecedent answer one that precedes another question precedent answer tradition; an act or decision […]

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Vocabulary From Latin and Greek Roots — Book VI, Unit 8

question discursive answer wandering from one topic to another question concur answer to agree in an opinion or decision question succor answer badly needed help; aid question obsequious answer too willing to serve or obey question segue answer movement from one thing to another; transition question ensue answer to come after; to happen as a […]

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6th Grade Latin/Greek Roots -Part 1, 5 Elements of a Story, Elements of Plot- Quizlet Live 3/13

question aqua answer water derivative: aquarium question auto answer self derivative: automobile question bene answer good derivative: benefit question bi answer two derivative: bicycle question bio answer life derivative: biography question cent answer one-hundred derivative: century question circ answer round (shape) derivative: circle question commun, common answer shared derivative: community question equi, qua, eque answer […]

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Latin and Greek roots: Book 3; unit 6

question recant answer to formally withdraw question incantation answer ritual chant, spell question disenchanted answer losing fondness for; disillusioned question inaudible answer so quiet as to be impossible to hear question auditory answer having to do with the sense of hearing question audit answer a thorough review question dissonance answer unpleasant or unharmonious sound question […]

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Latin and Greek Root Words #2

question Greek root for circle answer -Cycl- Ex: Unicycle- a bike with one wheel Recycle-to reuse something cyclone-a storm with circling winds question Latin root for do answer -Act- Ex:Activity-some thing you do Interaction-a conversation between 2 or more people react-to do something or respond to an action by someone or something else question Greek […]

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