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Greek Like Me? By Cathy H. Paris
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Now your children can easily learn some Greek history. Discover how the events of history have impacted a town in Greece, honed the character of a magnificent people, and changed the lives of one... More > family. Cathy H. Paris wrote this book to create a vehicle through which her children and children’s children could learn about their Greek heritage. People with roots in Greece will want this book to help tell their own version of the story. For family historians, this book exemplifies a powerful approach for sharing their research with children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews.< Less
Greek Like Me? By Cathy H. Paris
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Now your children can easily learn some Greek history. Discover how the events of history have impacted a town in Greece, honed the character of a magnificent people, and changed the lives of one... More > family. Cathy H. Paris wrote this book to create a vehicle through which her children and children’s children could learn about their Greek heritage. People with roots in Greece will want this book to help tell their own version of the story. For family historians, this book exemplifies a powerful approach for sharing their research with children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews.< Less
Greek History I and II • A Track • 2014-15 Edition By ST. THOMAS AQUINAS ACADEMY
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Greek History I and II • A Track Semester Course Plans for Greek History I, A Track Greek History II, A Track Included in this book: 18-week course plans for the courses listed above. Notes... More > about the required texts and materials. Gradebooks to track student progress and grades. • • • • • • Books and materials studied in these course plans can be purchased from the suppliers suggested by St. Thomas Aquinas Academy (see the notes in this study guide) or from your favorite suppliers. Visit www.staacademy.com/guides for placement and support. St. Thomas Aquinas Academy 1055 W Moana Ln Ste 201 Reno, NV 89509 www.staacademy.com Liberal Arts Education for the Catholic Family< Less
Greek History I and II • B Track • 2014-15 Edition By ST. THOMAS AQUINAS ACADEMY
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Greek History I and II • B Track Semester Course Plans for Greek History I, B Track Greek History II, B Track Included in this book: 18-week course plans for the courses listed above. Notes... More > about the required texts and materials. Gradebooks to track student progress and grades. • • • • • • Books and materials studied in these course plans can be purchased from the suppliers suggested by St. Thomas Aquinas Academy (see the notes in this study guide) or from your favorite suppliers. Visit www.staacademy.com/guides for placement and support. St. Thomas Aquinas Academy 1055 W Moana Ln Ste 201 Reno, NV 89509 www.staacademy.com Liberal Arts Education for the Catholic Family< Less
Greek Story 1st - 4th By Bryan Pennington
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This book is a collection of 4 short stories about a Greek named Troy and his family.
Greek Story 1st - 4th By Bryan Pennington
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This book is a collection of 4 short stories about a Greek named Troy and his family.
The History of Animals By Aristotle
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Biology was a natural pursuit for Aristotle, given his family's medical background. In the zoological sciences, some of his observations were confirmed to be accurate only in the 19th century. On... More > his work in The History of Animals, Aristotle draws the most important distinctions between animals with and without blood. Animals that reproducing offspring within the female's body, as generally the case with mammals and reproducing through the hatching of eggs. He shed some insights into the questions of reproduction and heredity. He also believed that no organ was given to an animal without a purpose. Final characteristics were those essential to an animal species, while variable characteristics consisted of qualities that develop rather than being naturally endowed.< Less
The Telemachia: A History by Antimenes of Argos By Michael Barnes Selvin
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Winner of a 2008 Independent Publishers award in Military/Historical Fiction. To return to his hereditary throne on Ithaca, Telemachus, son of Odysseus and Penelope, musters the cleverness of his... More > father and the wisdom of his mother as he navigates the treacherous waters of the War of the Families. More devastating than the Trojan War, this conflict pits the two greatest clans in ancient Greece: the Pelopides and Heraclides. It is the last gasp of a failing civilization. With remarkable parallels to today, Telemachus fights to maintain his beliefs and preserve his family. "This is a startlingly epic tale, ripe with originality and rendered with a highly adept ear for language. Beautifully written and exhaustively researched, the narrative builds on the history and age from which the material was born."< Less
History of Xerxes the Great By Jacob Abbott
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The story of Xerxes the Great (circa 519–465 BC), the fourth king of the Persian Achaemenid Empire, includes the battles of Thermopylæ and Salamis, famous in their own right—and... More > which were pivotal to world and European history. The tale, woven by classic master storyteller Jacob Abbott is, as usual, free from the dry stuffiness which mars conventional historical accounts. Beginning with Xerxes’ family background, the action starts straightaway with his interactions with Egypt and Greece, and the preparations for the invasion of that latter nation. Abbott’s narration, based on meticulous research and primary sources, reveals the immense size of the Persian army, and that their ultimate intention was to conquer all of Europe. The Greek defensive preparations—spearheaded by the astonishing Spartans—are then reviewed. The mighty clash—and sacrifice—of the main Persian force and the 300 Spartans under Leonidas at Thermopylæ forms one of the centerpieces of the work.< Less
History of Xerxes the Great By Jacob Abbott
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The story of Xerxes the Great (circa 519–465 BC), the fourth king of the Persian Achaemenid Empire, includes the battles of Thermopylæ and Salamis, famous in their own right—and... More > which were pivotal to world and European history. The tale, woven by classic master storyteller Jacob Abbott is, as usual, free from the dry stuffiness which mars conventional historical accounts. Beginning with Xerxes’ family background, the action starts straightaway with his interactions with Egypt and Greece, and the preparations for the invasion of that latter nation. Abbott’s narration, based on meticulous research and primary sources, reveals the immense size of the Persian army, and that their ultimate intention was to conquer all of Europe. The Greek defensive preparations—spearheaded by the astonishing Spartans—are then reviewed. The mighty clash—and sacrifice—of the main Persian force and the 300 Spartans under Leonidas at Thermopylæ forms one of the centerpieces of the work.< Less