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Ancient History
Directory > Social Studies > Ancient History



11 subcategories 34 Projects 171 Resources

Subcategories:
  • Ancient China (9)
  • Ancient Egypt (28)
  • Ancient Greece (34)
  • Ancient India (10)
  • Ancient Rome (33)
  • Aztec Civilization (11)
  • Early Man (10)
  • Incan Civilization (15)
  • Mayan Civilization (17)
  • Mesopotamia (10)
  • Prehistoric Times (13)

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    Results 41 thru 50 of 171 total resources.

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    Dionysus Theater
    The theater dedicated to Dionysus is on the Acropolis, a religious site, comprising several constructions, one of which is the Parthenon, a temple dedicated ...
    Curriculum: History/Social Science
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    Inscription
    This is an inscription and stone carving telling who paid for the paving of a certain area in Ancient Corinth.
    Curriculum: History/Social Science
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    Model of Olympia
    Olympia is the ancient site of the first Olympic Games. This is a model of what it looked like. (Keywords: sports, competition)
    Curriculum: History/Social Science, Physical Education
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    Olympus Archaeological Site
    This is a picture of the actual Olympus Archaeological site. You can compare it with the model to see what the buildings might have looked like in their day.
    Curriculum: History/Social Science
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    Floor Mosaic
    This is a floor mosaic from Corinth, Greece, that shows the god Pan. Pan was the Goat-God; the king of the mountains; the protector of shepherds and flocks w...
    Curriculum: History/Social Science
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    Pan Statuette
    This is a small statue of Pan found at Corinth, Greece. One of the most notable historical accounts of Pan was given by the historian Herodotus, where he tel...
    Curriculum: History/Social Science
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    Parthenon
    The Parthenon is found in Athens, Greece on the Acropolis and symbolizes the power and influence of the Athenian politician, Perikles, who championed its con...
    Curriculum: History/Social Science
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    Pediment
    A pediment is an architectural form used in ancient Greece. It is a building in the form of a triangle and contained a collection of statues that told a sto...
    Curriculum: History/Social Science
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    Pirene Fountain
    Pirene Fountain was built over a natural spring and used for many centuries. It was discovered in Corinth, Greece. (Keywords: arches, Greek ruins, building)
    Curriculum: History/Social Science
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    Pot Sherds
    Many pot sherds are found in an archaeological dig. After the dig they are all matched and pots are put together. (Keywords: archaeology, patterns, ceramics)
    Curriculum: History/Social Science


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