Vocabulary 12 total Lesson 1 Vocabulary 1 Anthropology noun the science of human beings the study of human beings in relation to distribution origin and relationships Example sentence ID: 582784 Download Presentation
Greek Lesson I. A single, vulnerable spot. Greek Lesson I. Adonis. Greek Lesson I. An extremely handsome young man. Greek Lesson I. aegis. Greek Lesson I. Sponsorship or protection. Greek Lesson I. amazon.
What makes a culture unique?. Terms. myth . a traditional story that explains a culture’s beliefs or part of the natural world . ritual . words or actions that are part of a religious ceremony. oracle .
The Greeks Clash with the Persians. . a. At the time Athens was growing more powerful, Persia was the strongest military power in . . the world. . . b.. Persians. invaded Greece at a plain northeast of Athens called .
Heroes and Myths: Greek . vs. Today. Who is your hero?. Take a few minutes and write down what makes a hero to YOU.. Write down someone you think of as a hero, based on the qualities you wrote.. Guitar hero doesn’t count….
The art of ancient Greece is the origin of the art of the western world. It was in Greece that artists first developed the idea of art as . a naturalistic . imitation of reality, and in Greece that artists first established the principles of harmony and beauty in art. Greek art .
Vocabulary. 12 total. Lesson 1: Vocabulary. 1. . Anthropology . (noun) – the science of human beings, the study of human beings in relation to distribution, origin, and relationships.. Example sentence: .
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Greek Lesson 1
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