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Compilation of resources for teaching Ancient Greek in the 21st Century.
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Bartolo Natoli, M.Ed. (@banatoli) on Twitter

Bartolo Natoli, M.Ed. (@banatoli) on Twitter | Resources for Teaching Ancient Greek | Scoop.it

Lifelong Learner. Educator. Latinist. Venturing into the brave new world of education in the digital age & sharing thoughts on Pedagogy and Classical Studies.

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Subway construction unearths ancient road in Greece

Subway construction unearths ancient road in Greece | Resources for Teaching Ancient Greek | Scoop.it
Archaeologists in Thessaloniki have uncovered section of an ancient road built by the Romans that was the city’s main travel artery nearly 2,000 years ago.

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Bringing the Color Back to Ancient Greece

Bringing the Color Back to Ancient Greece | Resources for Teaching Ancient Greek | Scoop.it
The white marble statutes we revere were originally dressed in eye-popping pigments...
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Paul Cartledge - Ancient Greece - Part 1 of 3

Paul Cartledge is Professor of Greek History at Cambridge, and a Fellow of Clare College. In his latest book 'Ancient Greece', Cartledge uses the history of ...
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Quotations on Teaching Greek and Latin

Quotations on Teaching Greek and Latin | Resources for Teaching Ancient Greek | Scoop.it
This is a compilation of my favorite quotations about teaching Greek and Latin. “[Francis] was good in Latin and Greek, which were also brain-teasers. Nobody knew how his mind was seized by t...
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BBC - Primary History - Ancient Greeks

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BBC Primary History - Ancient Greeks...

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Professor John Colarusso (McMaster University) postulates that language on ancient Greek artifacts comes from the Caucasus

Professor Colarusso and David Saunders (J. Paul Getty Museum) evaluate whether engravings are not Scythian in origin.


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Ancient Greece - The British Museum

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Marxist Theory of Art: The Iliad

Marxist Theory of Art: The Iliad | Resources for Teaching Ancient Greek | Scoop.it
Reinventing their past, the Romans took the Trojan character Aeneas and showed him journeying to Italy after the Trojan War to found Rome in their own great epic, Virgil's Aeneid. The Iliad ...

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Differences Between Classical and Hellenistic Greek

A concise, handy guide to these two dialects of Ancient Greek.
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Homosexuality in Greece and Rome: a sourcebook of basic documents in translation

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Ancient Athens 3D

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Welcome to Ancient Athens 3D!

 

    This site was created in order to present the monuments and buildings of Athens from the Mycenaean period (1600 BCE) to the Early Modern period (~AD 1800), through 3D representations. 

 


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Cool 3D graphics!

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Ancient Greek Social Hierarchy | Hierarchy

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Ancient Greece was an ardent civilization that belongs to ancient Greek history. The ancient Greek was also a part of nations where people were divided on the basis of socialism – means the classes. Some classes were ...

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In this article, They explain Ancient Greece social Status. The mentions the 4 level of status; Athens, Metics,Freedmen, Slaves.

 

"Ancient Greek Social Hierarchy."Hierarchy. N.p., n.d. Web. 2 Nov. 2013. <http://www.hierarchystructure.com/ancient-greek-social-hierarchy/>.

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Dickinson College Commentaries | digital commentaries on classical texts

Dickinson College Commentaries | digital commentaries on classical texts | Resources for Teaching Ancient Greek | Scoop.it
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28 Simple Ways To Use Twitter In The Classroom

28 Simple Ways To Use Twitter In The Classroom | Resources for Teaching Ancient Greek | Scoop.it
Between the cat images and celebrity garbage the Internet actually manages to boast educational potential. Considerable educational potential, in fact.
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Ulises y la pintura

La “Odisea” (Homero)...

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Loeb Greek and Roman classics online [pdf] | Loeb Classical Library -- Harvard University Press

Loeb Greek and Roman classics online [pdf] | Loeb Classical Library -- Harvard University Press | Resources for Teaching Ancient Greek | Scoop.it

“Here is 1,400 years of human culture, all the texts that survive from one of the greatest civilizations human beings have ever built—and it can all fit in a bookcase or two. To capture all the fugitive texts of the ancient world, some of which survived the Dark Ages in just a single moldering copy in some monastic library, and turn them into affordable, clear, sturdy accurate books, is one of the greatest accomplishments of modern scholarship—and one of the most democratic.”

 

http://www.hup.harvard.edu/collection.php?cpk=1031

 


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(EN) - Beazly Dictionary of Ancient Greek History, Myth and Art | Beazley Archive

(EN) - Beazly Dictionary of Ancient Greek History, Myth and Art | Beazley Archive | Resources for Teaching Ancient Greek | Scoop.it
The Dictionary contains illustrated explanations of names, technical terms, and other vocabulary relating to Greek history, myth, geography, art and architecture. It is constantly being updated and expanded.

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The ancient theatres of western Greece

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During antiquity, at least half a dozen theaters in the Aitoloakarnania district in western Greece used to attract crowds thirsting for drama performances. Today most of them, along with surrounding archaeological sites, lie largely unattended; some have not even been excavated at all.


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Great Zeus – Business Leadership Profiles From Greek Mythology ...

Great Zeus – Business Leadership Profiles From Greek Mythology ... | Resources for Teaching Ancient Greek | Scoop.it
there are many personas from ancient Greek mythology that apply to the business world if one reads carefully enough.

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The Josephus Project

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Awesome site with unicode texts, translations, commentaries and articles on the whole of the Josephan corpus!
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