ANCIENT GREECE 2

26 04 2010

AS YOU KNOW, THERE WERE SOME THINGS LEFT FOR ANCIENT GREECE.

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GREEK LANGUAGE

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ANCIENT GREECE

22 04 2010

AS YOU KNOW WE ARE DEALING WITH ANCIENT GREECE IN SOCIAL SCIENCE CLASS. BELOW YOU HAVE SOME LINKS THAT WOULD HELP YOU IN THIS TASK, JUST CLICK ON THE IMAGE!

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NEOLITHIC AGE

26 02 2010

Human beings discovered agriculture and cattle raising about 10,000 years ago in the Middle East ( Mesopotamia, Egypt).

Hunting wild animals and gathering fruits and plants were not the only way of getting food. They learnt to cultivate plants and domesticate animals. When human beings knew how to produce their own food their lives changed. This process is so important that we call it revolution.

The first plants they cultivated were cereals: wheat in the Middle East and Europe, rice in Asia and corn in America. The first domesticated animals were horses, dogs: goats, sheep and oxen.

Tribes needed to live near arable land to cultivate cereals. They stopped moving from place to place to find food and became sedentary. They built villages, usually situated next to rivers

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THE CLIMATE AND THE WEATHER

19 01 2010

PICK UP A PAPER AND WRITE DOWN WHAT IS ASKED IN THE VIDEO!