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Saturday, September 17

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Friday, August 5

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    Apollo was the Olympian god of music, prophecy, colonization, medicine, archery, dance, and poetry. He was also known as Phoebus, the god of light. He was the son of Zeus and Leto. Artemis and Apollo were born on the island of Delos, a holy island for the Greek before the 14th century BC. Hera, the wife of Zeus, was jealous of Leto when she was pregnant with Apollo and Artemis. Artemis was Apollo's twin sister. Apollo also had many affairs with mortals and goddesses like his father. He fell in love with someone of the same gender, Hyacinthus. Hyacinthus was the Spartan Prince and very athletic and handsome. The Greek worshiped Apollo. He was also known as Archigetes or the leader of colonists. Apollo is described as a handsome man through art and sculptures. There are many sculptures of Apollo in the Temple of Zeus. The Greek sing a song called paean in honor of Apollo.
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Sunday, May 22

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Sunday, May 15

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    You will explore historical contexts in anticipation of reading Homer's Odyssey.
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    This project will span the first half of our final six weeks and be worth 300 points. The breakdown of grading is as follows:
    10% (30 points) -- Group Discussion Board Participation
    20% (60 points) -- Peer Review
    10% (30 points) -- Use of Class Time
    60% (180 points) -- Quality and Accuracy of Web Page

    Please read the attached document for details about how to earn the best grade possible.
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    When you have completed the entire project, use the survey below to grade yourself and your group members.
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