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Seven Wonders of the Ancient World

Learn all about the seven wonders of the ancient world including history and what still remain today. See paintings and sketches that show what the six lost wonders may have looked like, plus view photos of the only remaining wonder, the Pyramid of Giza. Includes games and quizzes. There are also links to eThemes Resource on Pyramids and Ancient Greece.


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Learn about the excavation of the Lighthouse at Alexandria. See photos and video of the underwater search and more. Play a game in "Seven Wonders: Get Clued in."
Read about this building in Halicarnassus or what is known today as Bodrum, Turkey.
See panoramic and QuickTime photographs of the inside and outside of the only remaining ancient wonder.
Print out this activity that can be used in conjunction with the video or separately. Students practice mapping artifacts on a grid.
This site provides a quick overview of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Use links at the bottom of a page to read about each wonder. Note: The map on the top does not work.
Roll a mouse over an image and read description of each wonder. Note: This site includes banner ads.
Click on "Puzzles" at the bottom for two puzzles that students can complete. Most of the links under "Links" are broken.
View some more illustrations of the seven wonders.
Learn about history about each of seven wonders and find out what they are left today and then take a quiz.
Choose the correct Seven Wonders from given clues.
Play concentration games related to the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
A variety of sites to help in discovering and learning about Egypt, The Pyramids, and investigative techniques.
These sites have information about the people, architecture, government, and daily life in ancient Greece. View images of Greek ruins, learn the Greek alphabet, and read about the famous city of Athens. There is a link to eThemes Resources on famous Greeks, mythology, and connecting literature to ancient civilizations.

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