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by Fiona Macdonald,F. Watts edition, in EnglishPages: This book was a great help to me as I was reasearching ancient greece for a school project. Though it's for children, it has a ton of useful information.
I highly recomend it, if not for a project then just for a nice read:)5/5(3). Get this from a library. How would you survive as an ancient Greek?. [Fiona Macdonald; Mark Bergin; David Salariya] -- Invites the reader to imagine what their life might have been like as an ancient Greek, with reference to topics such as home and family, food, employment, clothing, health, celebrations and.
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[Fiona Macdonald; Mark Bergin; David Salariya] -- A guide to how the ancient Greeks lived, including how they built cities, how they spent their days, and how they set up a democracy.
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Could you survive as an ancient Greek. Print book: Juvenile audience: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: First published in hardback ina volume which focuses on everyday life in ancient Greece, and which encourages children to consider how they would have coped.
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Of all the ancient civilizations, there's something particularly fascinating about ancient Greece. Maybe it's the fact that they had such an impact on the world today, helping shape everything from math and science to government and law.
Or maybe it's the Greek myths. There's something awesome about a pantheon of gods and goddesses who are. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for How Would You Survive As an Ancient Greek.
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Though it's for children, it has a ton of useful information.5/5. After reading this book, readers will understand what it was like to live in ancient Greece. The book shows how ideas from Greek civilization influence people today.
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Even if you're glad Western Civilization exists, thank the Greeks (especially the Spartans). You can't get through a day without running into some sign of Ancient Greece.
In the morning, you pull on your Nike shoes (named for Athena Nike, goddess of victory), listen to news about the upcoming elections (democratic government), and go for a run. So my first piece of advice is this: Make sure you want to learn ancient Greek.
If you don't, you won't. So go ahead and buy a book if you want to, you might pick up a little bit and satisfy linguistic curiosity--it certainly won't hurt you. But unless you have a reason for studying Greek, that book probably won't get a lot of use. So, for our next school year, I have developed new lessons that allow the students to connect to what life was like in Ancient Greece, Ancient Egypt, and Ancient Rome through various books and activities.
Through a series called "How would you survive as an Ancient _____", my students can connect to the text while creating interactive projects. Its language is now barely known, and only a few of the works produced by its great writers and thinkers survive, but ancient Greece's influence surrounds us.
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