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ancient Greece
used in The House of Hades

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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)
  • The Zhang family went all the way back to Ancient Greece.
    p. 73.0
  • Her golden hair was gathered into a high-set ponytail, Ancient Greek style.
    p. 16.7
  • Most of them wore tattered Ancient Greek dresses, except for the one in the lead, Kelli, who wore a burned and torn blouse with a short pleated skirt .... her cheerleader's outfit.
    p. 55.7
  • She kept cursing in Ancient Greek and stabbing at the dirt.
    p. 375.4
  • Calypso thrust her hand toward Gaea in a three-fingered gesture Leo recognized from Camp Half-Blood: the Ancient Greek ward against evil.
    p. 395.6
  • "We'll probably get attacked by Ancient Greek mosquito monsters now."
    p. 476.6
  • Frank saw Ancient Greek graffiti scratched into the stone.
    p. 497.5
  • He couldn't read Ancient Greek, but he guessed they were prayers or supplications to the dead, written by pilgrims thousands of years ago.
    p. 497.6
  • As in the Pantheon, the domed roof was a waffle pattern of recessed square panels, but here each panel was a stela—a grave marker with Ancient Greek inscriptions.
    p. 536.5

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