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Ancient Cultures: Greece and Rome

This workshop is an exploration of the cultural, economic and political intersection between ancient Greece and Rome; two of the most influential and far-reaching civilisations in the Western world. By interpreting ancient literature and artefacts (including: Greek and Roman pottery, coins, statues and marble reliefs), students investigate authority and power, wealth, human societies and the limitations of the western world.




1 hour 30 minutes

30 students (min. charge 8 students)

$18 per person
Teachers accompany free

Curriculum Links

This workshop has links to the following learning areas: History, Civics and Citizenship, Geography, English, and Visual Arts. It utilises ethical, intercultural, personal and social, and critical and creative thinking capabilities.

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