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Repertory Company High School for Theatre Arts Curriculum Map Global Studies 1 and 2 Grade 9thRepertory Company High School for Theatre Arts Curriculum Map Global Studies 1 and 2 Grade 9th
What are the economic, political, and social similarities of river valley civilizations?
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Th Grade Ancient Civilizations Course Guidelines Essential Question for courseTh Grade Ancient Civilizations Course Guidelines Essential Question for course
To what extent does Geography play an important part in history all the way to present day?
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Unit 3 Ancient Greece and Rome Chapter 6 The Rise of Ancient Greece (1750 B. C. 431 B. C.) Chapter 7Unit 3 Ancient Greece and Rome Chapter 6 The Rise of Ancient Greece (1750 B. C. 431 B. C.) Chapter 7
The Parthenon was built to honor the Greek goddess Athena. It is located on the Acropolis in Athens, Greece
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Ancient History/Honors Ancient History Course Outcome Summary InformationAncient History/Honors Ancient History Course Outcome Summary Information
Mission Statement: Our mission is to enable students to participate actively and responsibly as democratic citizens in a complex and changing society through instruction and application of knowledge of the path of other cultures and of the
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Timeline of Ancient Greece’s ErasTimeline of Ancient Greece’s Eras
Dark Ages. In about 1100 bce, a people called the Dorians invaded from the north and spread down the west coast. In the period from 500-336 bce greece was divided into small city states
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History of Greece: Classical GreeceHistory of Greece: Classical Greece
Athens first, Sparta second, and the emergence of Macedonia as the dominant power of Greece. Other city-states like Miletus, Thebes, Corinth
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Neolithic period (6000 2900 bc)Neolithic period (6000 2900 bc)
Dark Ages. In about 1100 bc, a people called the Dorians invaded from the north and spread down the west coast. In the period from 500-336 bc greece was divided into small city states
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Timeline of Ancient Greek History 2900Timeline of Ancient Greek History 2900
Bc the first Olympic Games takes place. The games would take place every 4 years in honor of the Greek god Zeus
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Name The Hellenic Age of Ancient GreeceName The Hellenic Age of Ancient Greece
The brief era of rebirth following the Dark Ages was known as the of the
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M. A. in Celtic & Anglo-Saxon Studies IntroductionM. A. in Celtic & Anglo-Saxon Studies Introduction
History, Archaeology, English, Linguistics, Scottish Gaelic or another modern language
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Syracuse is located on the island of Sicily which is to the East of Greece. Lately, Athens has been trying to take control of pieces of SicilySyracuse is located on the island of Sicily which is to the East of Greece. Lately, Athens has been trying to take control of pieces of Sicily
Athens harshly punishes city-states that attempt to leave the Delian League. For example, the Athenians killed all of the men in the city-state of Melos when they stopped paying tribute. The women and children were sold into slavery
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Barbaric Destruction of a Great EmpireBarbaric Destruction of a Great Empire
They ravage, they slaughter, they seize by false pretenses, and all of this they hail as the construction of empire. And when in their wake nothing remains but a desert, they call that peace.”
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The ten hornsThe ten horns
This lesson will be devoted to daniel, ch. 7: 7-8 & 23-25, and ch. 8: 9-14 & 23-25, and will deal with the 10 horns of chapter 7 and the little horn of both chapter 7 and chapter 8
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Emperor Valens & the BarbariansEmperor Valens & the Barbarians
By the time he took over, Rome was just about broke. Some of Rome's wealth had been spent in warfare. Some had been spent on the development of Constantinople, the capital of the Eastern Roman Empire
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Battle of Hastings: a surprise Defeat? By Michael WoodBattle of Hastings: a surprise Defeat? By Michael Wood
The Normans turned England upside down, as their army of occupation of some 20,000 men began their rule over a nation of maybe two million souls. How did they do it?
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