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Greek Culture and Artifacts
Daily Life in Ancient Greece - Read about Greek culture including the pots that were used and why there were different shapes, agriculture, children, religion, slavery and much more.
Ancient Greek Pots - Find out about Greek pots, and how the shapes determined what they were used for. Look at the decorations on each pot which symbolize what they were used for.
Greek Musical Instruments - How to make a Greek lyre, Greek pan pipes, or a Greek drum.
Ancient Greece Fun!
Lots of great activities to help you learn about Ancient Greek times!
The Olympian Gods and Goddesses
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In Greek mythology, twelve gods and goddesses ruled the universe from atop Greece's Mount Olympus. These Olympians had come to power after their leader, Zeus, overthrew his father, Kronos, leader of the Titans. All the Olympians are related to one another. The Romans adopted most of these Greek gods and goddesses, but with new names.
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Find out about: The Acropolis, Athens, Daily Life, Festivals and Games, Geography, Gods and Goddesses, Knowledge and Learning, Sparta, and War.
The ancient Olympic Games were primarily a part of a religious festival in honor of Zeus, the father of the Greek gods and goddesses. The festival and the games were held in Olympia, a rural sanctuary site in the western Peloponnesos.
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