Nara Gazing: Mirror, Mirror Story 2 (Mirror, Mirrory

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This was another name of the Greek goddess Nemesis. Carrying an armillary sphere on his shoulders, this bronze Atlas statue bears the weight of the heavens. I teach a full quarter of Greek/Roman Mythology to 11th and 12th graders. Justice is something that man has long sought to achieve. Each group picks a myth to read together, identifies and maps the myth features, and determines the purpose the myth had in the ancient civilization. Step through a magical doorway into an old world designed in Greek Mythology, and white columns surrounded by the cool of the Mediterranean.

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Publisher: Buzz Books USA (September 29, 2013)


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