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Achilles is one of the most popular figures in Greek mythology, especially since he’s one of the heroes (or villains) of the Trojan War.

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Lonely Planet, one of the world’s leading travel guides, posted a list of the experiences that every tourist must have when visiting Greece for the first time.

Infographic: Presidents Day 2013 - Which Presidents Are On U.S. Money?

It's all about the 'Benjamins'.even if he wasn't a president. Use this infographic to teach kids about money and history.

The 20 Biggest Epic Battles in World History #infographic #History #Wars

The 20 Biggest Epic Battles in World History #infographic

The 20 Biggest Epic Battles in World History This infographic is eye-catching but I would change the size of the font as it is small in certain places. I would incorporate the inclusion of character images in my infographic.

.I like it, even though it's incorrectly attributing this quote to M. Antoinette.

MARIE-ANTOINETTE BY NATTIER Wearing te specific grey-blue women wore in all his portraits. MarieAntoinette of Ausria was a faulous fashion icon in her times. Unhappily, the Frenh Revolutin pt an end to her life.

Cassandra Cassandra was the daughter of the King of Priam and Queen Hecuba. She was a princess of Troy who was said to be astonishingly beautiful.Cassandra prophesied the Trojan war and the destruction of Troy by the Greeks. The famous phrase Beware of Greeks bearing gifts is a warning she made concerning the Trojan horse. The result of her warning being ignored was the fall of Troy. She sought refuge in the Temple of Athena but was abducted by Ajax and given to Agamemnon as a concubine.

The Trojan Horse. This was Athena's tribute to the Trojan War. She made the Trojan people think that if they let in the horse they would win the war. But the Greek army was waiting inside the horse to attack.

Types of infantry used by the Ancient Greeks The hoplite was a heavy infantryman, the central focus of warfare in Ancient Greece that fought in tight formation. The Ekdromos (plural Ekdromoi) was the name of the Greek light hoplites that could break away from tight formation and chase or fend off enemy peltasts. A peltast was a type of light infantry in Ancient Greece who often...

The hoplite was a heavy infantryman, the central focus of warfare in Ancient Greece that fought in tight formation.

Macedonian Sun aka Vergina Sun aka Argead Star, aka Pan-Hellenic Sun is a copyrighted Pan-Hellenic national symbol of Greece

Pan-Hellenic Sun, also known as the Argead sun, the Vergina Sun and the Macedonian sun because it was recently found in Macedonia Greece. A symbol used throughout Greek history by all Greece states, kingdoms and colonies.

The nasty online comments about female athletes, misrules of attraction

The nasty online comments about female athletes, misrules of attraction

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