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Perseus

Perseus

Perseus. Danaë, Perseus in the chest; Acrisius sending them away. Providence Painter, Attic red-figured lekythos (c. 480-470 BC).Toledo Museum of Art (Perseus Project). . Danaë and Perseus, detail. Perseus slays Medusa as Hermes looks on.

By niveditha
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pr1

pr1

Big Ben is one of London's best-known landmarks, and looks most spectacular at night when the clock faces are illuminated. You even know when parliament is in session, because a light shines above the clock face.

By oshin
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Egypt

Egypt

Egypt. What Do You Know About Egypt?. 1. What is the capital of Egypt? 2. What continent is Egypt on? 3. What was Arab Spring? 4. How many pyramids are in Egypt? 5. Can you name any ancient Egyptian gods? 6. What is the Sphinx a statue of? 7. Who was Cleopatra?

By bernie
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Goans in London. For World Goa Day.

Goans in London. For World Goa Day.

Goans in London. For World Goa Day. By Cliff Pereira. FRGS. Start of the Goa-British relationship. Dates: 1579-1619. Thomas Stephens in Goa. Source: Thomas Stephens – An English Jesuit in India. By Clifford Pereira. Konkani research Bulletin 5. T.S. Konkani Kendr. . The East India Company.

By Ava
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Inverted and Interrupted Order

Inverted and Interrupted Order

Inverted and Interrupted Order. Pgs. 147-149. Warm-up. Unscramble these phrases and make them into a sentence that begins with the word on: National Museum Was At the A Gibson flying V guitar Ondisplay Of American History. Warm-up.

By evanthe
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London

London

London. Photo : Wikimedia commons images. BIG BEN. Photo : Wikimedia commons images. BIG BEN and the Houses of Parliament. Photo : Wikimedia commons images. Westminster Abbey. Photo : Wikimedia commons images. 10 Downing street. Photos : Wikimedia commons images. London transport.

By avidan
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Early U.S. History Lecture #3

Early U.S. History Lecture #3

Early U.S. History Lecture #3. English Colonies in America 1660-1750. English Politics led to “salutary neglect” and a habit of self-rule and liberty in the colonies. Imported slaves were denied the promises of American life. Oliver Cromwell.

By badu
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Sightseeing in London

Sightseeing in London

Sightseeing in London. Our object ives: . to see the places of interest in London; to learn new words; to speak about the capital of Great Britain. Listen and repeat!. [æ] – travel, capital, gallery; [ei] – play, place, stadium; [ju:] - museum, new, beautiful; [i]- big, pig, different;

By demi
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Unit 15: How do we use ancient Greek ideas today?

Unit 15: How do we use ancient Greek ideas today?

Unit 15: How do we use ancient Greek ideas today?. 1666: The Great Fire of London. Unit 15: How do we use ancient Greek ideas today?. When and where was ancient Greece?. AD. BC. 2500. 3000. 2000. 4000. 3500. 1500. 1500. 1000. 2000. 1000. 500. 0. 500.

By saul
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The British Museum 18 th century

The British Museum 18 th century

The British Museum 18 th century.

By kairos
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Phaethon

Phaethon

Phaethon. British Museum, London, United Kingdom London E466 Beazley Archive No.: 5967 Attic Red Figure Calyx krater , High Classical. http://www.theoi.com/Titan/Phaethon.html.

By nona
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Case Study: Creating your own object termlists and thesauri

Case Study: Creating your own object termlists and thesauri

Case Study: Creating your own object termlists and thesauri. Termlists: Modes xml. Termlists: What are they, how do they work and why are they important?. What? A list of agreed terms How? Control Consistency Why? Ease of searching. Termlists: Available termlists.

By georgette
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Demeter and Persephone Holding the royal scepter and sheaf of wheat. ca 450 BC National Museum Athens Greece

Demeter and Persephone Holding the royal scepter and sheaf of wheat. ca 450 BC National Museum Athens Greece

Demeter and Persephone Holding the royal scepter and sheaf of wheat. ca 450 BC National Museum Athens Greece. Demeter The well beloved Grain Goddess of Ancient Greece. Abduction of Kore. Rape of Persephone. Greek fresco Vergina Museum Vergina Greece ca 4th Cent BC.

By cruz
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MODAL VERBS

MODAL VERBS

MODAL VERBS. These verbs have the following characteristics: -They are followed by an infinitive without 'to'. -They do not need auxiliaries for the interrogative or negative. -They do not take -s in the third person singular.

By salim
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The Legend of King Arthur

The Legend of King Arthur

The Legend of King Arthur. Was he real?.

By marshall
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My trip to London I went to London with my grandmother last summer.

My trip to London I went to London with my grandmother last summer.

My trip to London I went to London with my grandmother last summer. We took the RER from Massy to Gare du Nord and we took the Eurostar from Gare du Nord to London (St Pancras Station). When we arrived in S t Pancras , we had to look for our flat to leave our luggage.

By joella
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Welcome to Friday Coffee Mornings

Welcome to Friday Coffee Mornings

Welcome to Friday Coffee Mornings . Today. Orion on the Move!. Enriching learning. Parents on the Move!!!. 10. Enriching Learning. Children need to discover things to learn, they need to have experiences and be excited by learning How can you help this? Talk about learning

By maeve
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Welcome to Friday Coffee Mornings

Welcome to Friday Coffee Mornings

Welcome to Friday Coffee Mornings . Parents Events…coming up. N ext week…It’s Spring Celebration!. Friday 23 rd May. Proud to be Orion, Proud of our B adge. Join your children in class next Friday at 9.00 – 9.30 (no coffee morning) Balloons will be released at 11 ( ish !)

By terra
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The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Выполнил: учитель английского языка Пролетарского района МОУ-СОШ №61 Матвеева Н.А . 10.11.09. Repeat these words. the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Wales Scotland Big Ben

By conroy
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E XPECTATIONS

E XPECTATIONS

E XPECTATIONS. What three major world powers followed after the exile and into Jesus’ time ? Above picture used courtesy of the British Museum. M ESSIAH and the 4 P’s. The Book of Acts - Luke’s Second Volume Fire Giuseppe Arcimboldo , 1566. P ENTECOST and the Book of Acts.

By page
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