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Perseus and Medusa – Greek mythology

By |2018-04-23T11:45:11+00:00July 16th, 2017|Greeks, Literature|

Perseus and Medusa: Danae and Perseus adrift in their box Once there was a good king, but he died. His bad brother killed him so that he could be king. The bad brother needed to get rid of the good king's wife (Danae) and baby (Perseus), but he was afraid to kill them too. [...]

Cinderella Story from Ancient Egypt

By |2017-06-17T18:27:09+00:00June 17th, 2017|Africa, Egypt, Literature|

Straw flip-flops from ancient Egypt Rhodopis was a girl from ancient Greece, who as a child was sold into slavery in Egypt. In Egypt, the other slaves made fun of Rhodopis because she looked different, with her blue eyes and white skin. Rhodopis (row-DOPP-iss) was very unhappy with no friends and everyone making [...]

Shoes in Ancient Egypt – Straw flip-flops

By |2018-12-12T11:51:52+00:00June 13th, 2017|Africa, Clothing, Egypt|

Ancient Egyptian shoes: Straw flip-flops from ancient Egypt Many Egyptians went barefoot Many people in ancient Egypt went barefoot their whole lives. It was warm in Egypt even in the winter, and people thought shoes were an unnecessary expense. The weather in Egypt All our ancient Egypt articles Kids, especially, didn't usually have [...]