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ancient Greece
used in The Sea of Monsters

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the Greek culture that provided much of the foundation of Western Civilization; from about 750BC to 146 BC (when Rome conquered Greece)
  • I brought it out, studied the Ancient Greek writing engraved on the side: Anaklusmos.
    Chapter 1 (42% in)
  • "Stathi," she shouted in Ancient Greek.
    Chapter 3 (36% in)
  • The sides of the thermos were enameled with red and yellow Ancient Greek scenes-a hero killing a lion; a hero lifting up Cerberus, the three-headed dog.
    Chapter 7 (83% in)
  • There was a set of locked double doors, which Annabeth managed to pry open with her knife and a fair amount of cursing in Ancient Greek.
    Chapter 8 (46% in)
  • A sarcophagus, engraved with Ancient Greek scenes of cities in flames and heroes dying grisly deaths.
    Chapter 9 (32% in)
  • Her words were in some lan-guage other than Ancient Greek, but just as old-Minoan, maybe, or something like that.
    Chapter 12 (31% in)
  • C.C. cursed in Ancient Greek.
    Chapter 12 (63% in)
  • But Annabeth being who she waswell, if she could struggle through Ancient Greek architecture books and enjoy documentaries on the History Channel, I guessed the Sirens would appeal to her, too.
    Chapter 13 (39% in)
  • Luke paced in front of the swimming pool, cursing in Ancient Greek, gripping his sword so tight his knuckles turned white.
    Chapter 17 (65% in)
  • Hammered into the bronze were pictures in Ancient Greek style, scenes from our adventures this sum-mer.
    Chapter 20 (46% in)

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