This PowerPoint presentation follows the Greek hero Theseus' first exploits. We meet the youth as he eliminates threats for humanity in order to reach his fatherland (Athens) and attain his heroic status. The slideshow includes: - a detailed map of
A set of 16 coloring pages depicting works of Greek, Etruscan, and Roman art inspired by the Odyssey. Goal: introduce the students to ancient (mythical) iconography.
Included: detailed descriptions of each painting, presenting the characters,
A set of 17 coloring pages depicting works of mainly Greek + some Etruscan / Roman art inspired by the Iliad. Goal: introduce the students to ancient (mythical) iconography.
Included: detailed descriptions of each painting, presenting the
This printable includes:18 coloring pages- 14 sketches from actual ancient Greek vase painting- 4 illustrations in B/W (early 20th century)The coloring pages are arranged in chronological order: this makes the sequence easy to follow along with the
English Language Arts, Literature, Ancient History
This 6-page handout explains how the literary device "in medias res" works in the Odyssey, and why Homer uses it in his epic.
- How would the story look like if the poet chose a linear plot instead?
- What does Homer accomplish by starting near
A detailed breakdown of the Timelines in the Odyssey (6 pages) clarifying the differences between
- the actual Chronological order of the events, and
- the Plot of the epic (i.e., the Narrative order employed by Homer).