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Ancient Greek Weapons - 1 views

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    These are the weapons the greeks' used.
Garth Holman

Students For Tomorrow - Home - 0 views

  • The link located to the left, "2012-2013 Blog"
  • Welcome to 2012-2013!! Mr. Holman and Mr. Pennington are looking forward to a great school year filled with collaboration, creative thinking, problem solving, and new ways of engaging in learning. As you can see, this blog belongs to the students of  Beachwood Middle School and Chardon Middle School.
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    Main website.
Garth Holman

QR voice - 1 views

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    QR VOICE CODE
Aryeh C

Weird religious practices of the middle ages - 0 views

  • Puss-Drinking and Scab-Eating--The general populace scorned lepers for their appearance and disease. As an act of humility and caring, many female saints such as St. Catherine would care for these "untouchables" by licking away the puss in their wounds then eating the scabs. People considered these saints especially holy.
  • These men would take a ladder, climb up to the top of a ruined Roman column, sit down, and then kick away the ladder, vowing to remain there contemplating God until they died.
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    These are some of the most bizarre medieval religious practices.
Aryeh C

Charlemagne's Biography - 0 views

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    The greatest of medieval kings was born in 742, at a place unknown. He was of German blood and speech, and shared some characteristics of his people- strength of body, courage of spirit, pride of race, and a crude simplicity many centuries apart from the urbane polish of the modern French. He had little book learning; read only a few books- but good ones; tried in his old age to learn writing, but never quite succeeded; yet he could speak old Teutonic and literary Latin, and understood Greek.
Livi E

World History - Home - 5 views

  • ration, creative thinking, problem solving, and new ways of engaging in learning. As you can see, this blog belongs to the students of  Beachwood Middle School and Chardon Middle School.  Our goal is to allow students to collaborate between schools, districts and cities.  The link to the left, "2011-2012 Blog" is for both schools and it is where Mr. Holman and Mr. Pennington will keep everyone informe
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      Homework is still spelled wrong.....
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      Excuse me, but I can't read the yellow print.
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