Let's Go to the Acropolis Peripatos (a teacher's guide)
|Author/Creator: ||Καϊμάρα, Ειρήνη|
|Publisher: ||Υπηρεσία Συντήρησης Μνημείων Ακρόπολης|
|Other Identifiers: ||ISBN: 960-214-763-6|
|Is Part Of: ||Πάμε στην Ακρόπολη [Museum Kit ]|
|Is Related to: ||Πάμε στον Περίπατο της Ακρόπολης (για τον μαθητή) [Leaflet]|
The ancient road that ran around the Acropolis below the Sacred Rock, was known as the "Peripatos"because it enabled the ancient Athenians to visit the many unique monuments on the north and south slopes of the Acropolis while enjoying a stroll and admiring the Attic landscape. The booklet is addressed to the educator and it describes the topography of the north slope (Klepsydra, the sanctuaries of Apollo, Zeus, Pan and the Nymphs, Aphrodite and Eros, the Aglaureion) and the south slope of the Acropolis (the Odeion of Perikles, the Sanctuary and the Theatre of Dionysos, the Choregic Monuments, the Asklepieion, the Stoa of Eumenes, the Odeion of Herodes Attikos.
|Extent: ||16 page(s)|
|User Role: ||Student |
|Curriculum: ||History |
|Educational Level: ||Primary Education |
|Subject: ||History |
|Language: ||Greek |
|Monument: ||The Athenian Acropolis |
The Acropolis slopes
|The Repository of the Acropolis Educational Material is being developed by the National Documentation Centre, within the Project "National Information System for Research and Technology /Social Networks-User Generated Content" (NISRT). NISRT is co-financed by Greece and the European Union - European Regional Development Fund (Operational Programme "Digital Convergence", NSFR).