ANCIENT GREECE:. Daily Life. Women. Education. Farming. Marriage. Household. Women. Managed the house Poor women did different work Were not allowed in political situations Taught to be good wives. Farming. Different kinds of crops Different animals used
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Daily Life Includes:
Why do we learn about daily life?
To understand our own daily life by seeing where some habits and customs come from
Ancient Greek Mythology and ReligionAmarin Young
Battle for the Universe
By Carly Tubridy
Who started it?
Where it began...
The Big Ideas
…were ideas developed from ancient Greek philosophy
Laws of nature control the world
Numerical relationships explain the world
Gods have not revealed all
sophist-‘men of wisdom’ they taught new skills of persuasion in speaking and new ways of thinking about philosophy and religion
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