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The Ancient Web; a collection of resources for teaching ancient civilization
LONG SUTTON, ENGLAND Largest Anglo-Saxon treasure since Sutton Hoo, discovered in England
Ancientweb.org really cool website about ancient history
The Staffordshire Hoard consists of over 1500 breathtaking gold and silver items. It was discovered by treasure hunter Terry Herbert on July 5, 2009 See more info below
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Teach your class about the ancient Greeks.
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Info on Roman aqueducts for kids. #homeschoolhistory
Ancient Roman aqueduct near Nimes, France
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Chinese Paper Lantern Project for the upcoming Chinese New Year!
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The Temple of Athena Nike - part of the Acropolis in the city of Athens. The Greeks built the Temple of Apollo at Didyma, Turkey (about 300 BC). The design of the temple was known as dipteral, a term that refers to the two sets of columns surrounding the interior section. These columns surrounded a small chamber that housed the statue of Apollo.
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Ancient Egypt: Crash Course World History #4 (10min. overview on ancient Egypt. It would be hard to condense 1000s of years of history into a summary, but this does a pretty good job at it. Note: Some of the Crash Course videos contain "jokes" that I don't always appreciate, so you may want to preview them before using with your students.)
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Bite-sized history from John Green (written with his high school history teacher Raoul Meyer!) & biology from Hank Green (written with Jesslyn Shields).
Ancient Egypt: Crash Course World History #4. In which John covers the long, long history of ancient Egypt, including the Old, Middle and New Kingdoms, and even a couple of intermediate periods. Learn about mummies, pharaohs, pyramids and the Nile with John Green. Subjects: History, Ancient Egypt. Length: 11:55.
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Free Homeschool Lesson – The Fall of The Roman Empire – Part 4 | Ancient History for Homeschool
Map of the "barbarian" invasions of the Roman Empire showing the major incursions from 100 to 500 CE.
Invasiones del Imperio Romano
Early Middle Ages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Computer strategy game featuring 16th century art style.
Nice sea monster art
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Isadora enjoyed wearing Grecian style clothing when she danced. We can make a ballet costume inspired by Greek clothing but the clothing will stay antique looking because Isadora danced almost 100 years ago. We want the essense of age to be alive as she dances.
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ANCIENT COSMETIC CONTAINER
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Cosmetic Container - Makeup usually came in tablet or cake form, sold at marketplaces. Wealthy women bought expensive makeup that came in elaborate containers made from gold, wood, glass or bone. Kohl came in compartmentalized tubes that could store more than one color of eye makeup. Glassblowing, invented in the first century CE in Syria, lowered the price of containers. The most common color for glass was teal
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Berlin, Staatliche Museen. Amphora. Subject/s: A. Hermes (named) with jug and large kantharos, satyr (named Oreimachos) with barbiton and plectrum, and fawn, overlapping and radiating their limbs in a sophisticated design that fills the great black space (there are no panels, only minimal pattern bands). Date: early 5th c.