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mosaics

mosaics

mosaics. Mosaics in General. Origins of Mosaics:

By niveditha
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What is Mythology?

What is Mythology?

It’s the study of “myths”. What is Mythology?. Myths attempt to Explain: . a. Nature Where did earth come from? Heavens Sun, moon, stars, comets, clouds, storms, thunder, lightning Seasons Climate, rain, fertility, agriculture Geography Oceans, mountains, forests, rivers, .

By paul2
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Greek Gods and Goddesses

Greek Gods and Goddesses

Greek Gods and Goddesses. ZEUS The ruler of the gods . HERA The goddess of marriage. Hera was the wife of Zeus and Queen of the gods. . ATHENA The goddess of crafts and war. POSEIDON was the god of the sea, earthquakes and horses.

By benard
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“The dead also can follow the mas bands on the Carnival parades...” “The Carnival mas bands are not only followed by the

“The dead also can follow the mas bands on the Carnival parades...” “The Carnival mas bands are not only followed by the

SPIRITUAL GUIDES’ VISION ABOUT CARNIVAL. “The dead also can follow the mas bands on the Carnival parades...” “The Carnival mas bands are not only followed by the dead...”. – CAETANO VELOSO. Main Sources.

By kellsie
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Advertising tour - Strandja - Primirsko - Malko Tarnovo

Advertising tour - Strandja - Primirsko - Malko Tarnovo

BOURGAS REGIONAL CHAMBER OF TOURISM Bourgas , 3 ” Stephan Karadga ” St. , phone : +359 56 81 35 95 e - mail : brtc amara @ yahoo . com web-site: www.brtc-bourgas.org. Advertising tour - Strandja - Primirsko - Malko Tarnovo .

By thea
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Greece The Hellenic Era

Greece The Hellenic Era

Greece The Hellenic Era. Agenda. Greek government and society Review for Quiz. Key Vocabulary. Polis Acropolis Agora Myth Oracle Hoplite Aristocracy Oligarchy Tyrant/Tyranny Popular Government/Democracy. I. Greek Culture.

By wirt
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Greek Tragedy

Greek Tragedy

Greek Tragedy. History and the Theater. The Tragic Form. Originates from Greece. Term means “goat-song” possibly referring to the sacrifice of a goat to the god Dionysus or the prize given to the playwright who won at the play competitions. Dionysus. Tragedies were performed in his honor.

By mahina
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Overview of Greek Theatre

Overview of Greek Theatre

Overview of Greek Theatre. The myths. The land. The stage. The Land. Greece has thousands of inhabited islands and dramatic mountain ranges Greece has a rich culture and history Democracy was founded in Greece Patriarchal (male dominated) society

By shelly
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The Theatre:

The Theatre:

The Theatre:. A Trip Through Time. Primitive Theatre. Theater first came from primitive societies through dance. The dances were thought to get rid of evil spirits that caused disease and helped the souls of the dead reach the afterlife. Primitive Theatre.

By rhoda
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Golden Age of Greece

Golden Age of Greece

Golden Age of Greece. Global 9R. Classical Art. Greeks valued: Order Balance Proportion These became the “standards” for what they called classical art. Supreme Court Building – Washington, DC. Athena. Goddess of wisdom and protector of Athens

By maxim
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Origins of Theatre

Origins of Theatre

Origins of Theatre. Tribal Oral Tradition Storytelling through dance. Greek Theatre. Purpose of Greek Theatre …. …to explain the divine approach to favor and disfavor. Festival of Dionysus. Began with dytharam (chorus) Performed in the orkestra (dancing place). Festival of Dionysus.

By tilden
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3 December 2013 English I Honors

3 December 2013 English I Honors

Objective: SWBAT Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of Edith Hamilton’s “The Two Great Gods of Earth” through accurate and cohesive formed responses. . 3 December 2013 English I Honors

By lyneth
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Amasis ’ Dionysus and the Maenads

Amasis ’ Dionysus and the Maenads

Amasis ’ Dionysus and the Maenads. Key Facts. Dates from 540 BC Decorated by the Amasis Painter Amasis Painter is from either Egypt or Athens Currently in the National Library, Paris . Image . A depiction of Dionysus and a pair of Maenads

By annot
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Dionysus

Dionysus

Dionysus. Son of Zeus and Theben princess Semele . Last god to enter Olympus; Only god that was not born of two divine beings. After his mother died from the awful glory of Zeus in his full splendor, he was sent to be cared for by the Nymphs of Nysa .

By kaleb
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By Griffin, Laura, and Allanah Block 1B

By Griffin, Laura, and Allanah Block 1B

The Lightning Thief By Rob Riordan Chapters 5 and 6 “I play Pinochle with a Horse” “I Became Supreme Lord of the Bathroom”. By Griffin, Laura, and Allanah Block 1B. Plot The Sequence of Events.

By dasha
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e -, ex- out, out of, outside

e -, ex- out, out of, outside

e -, ex- out, out of, outside. e ject (v.) to throw out with force, authority or influence ejection (n.) [ L ] syn. – oust ant. – take in. e mit (v.) to send out something like a sound or smell emission (n.) [ L ] syn. – radiate ant. – contain; repress.

By rian
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Monday, November 15, 2011

Monday, November 15, 2011

Monday, November 15, 2011. Anticipation Guide Characteristics of a Sophocles Tragedy A Greek Tragedy Structure The Role of the chorus The Sphinx’s Riddle Oedipus Myth. Characteristics of a Sophocles tragedy:.

By elu
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Chorus in Ancient greece

Chorus in Ancient greece

Chorus in Ancient greece. By Woong Gyu Jin, Angus Conway, and Hee Jae Choi . What is the origin of the chorus of Ancient greek drama?.

By ham
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Final Review

Final Review

Final Review. Antigone Characters. Antigone’s quiet and timid sister Ismene. Precedes each new scene with a summary or opinion of the past events Chorus. The leader of the chorus Choragos. In charge of watching Polynices ’ body Sentry. Kills herself after her son dies Eurydice.

By ida
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Ancient Greek Tragedy Notes

Ancient Greek Tragedy Notes

Ancient Greek Tragedy Notes. Sophocles ( 495-405 B.C). At 28, he won first prize in the City Dionysia --a festival held every year at the Theatre of Dionysus in which new plays were presented, defeating another famous Greek playwright, Aeschylus.

By holt
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