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ancient Greece
used in The Mark of Athena

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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)
  • He didn't know what an Ancient Greek sea god would be doing at a Georgia aquarium, but he didn't have any better ideas.
    p. 180.0
  • "Cutting-edge Ancient Greek technology," she said.
    p. 223.7
  • None of them looked surprised to see an Ancient Greek trireme.
    p. 320.0
  • That guy was like the Starbucks of Ancient Greece.
    p. 321.9
  • Hercules fought ninety-nine percent of everything in Ancient Greece.
    p. 332.3
  • At the top of his bovine neck was the head of a man with short curly black hair, a beard done in ringlets Ancient Greek style, deep, mournful eyes behind bifocal glasses, and a mouth that seemed set in a permanent pout.
    p. 335.8
  • He wasn't great at Ancient Greek, but he could tell the inscription on the case read On Building Spheres.
    p. 456.3
  • Besides, Arachne probably had other horrible powers—a poisonous bite, or web-slinging abilities like an Ancient Greek Spider-Man.
    p. 542.2
  • Annabeth could imagine being an Ancient Greek, walking into the Parthenon and seeing this massive goddess with her shield, spear, and python, her free hand holding out Nike, the winged spirit of victory.
    p. 552.0

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