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Chris Harrison

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Mapping Ancient Greece

The world has changed enormously over the years, not just physically with mountains and oceans growing or changing, but the borders and boundaries of various kingdoms have also moved. This is often due to war or conflict - where one area invades or conquers another. Ancient Greece was a mish mash of territories full of conflict, alliances and betrayal. Can you use the modern map of Greece and Turkey (and lots of research) to label on where the Ancient Greek territories and their enemies were at the time of the Trojan War? Start by showing Ancient Greece and Troy, then focus in on the smaller regions like Sparta. Feel free to make your map as detailed as you want to! Use the second page to check and mark your work, but don't cheat!

5th Grade, 6th Grade, History
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