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Greek God of War. Ares is the god of war, one of the Twelve Olympian gods and the son of Zeus and Hera.In literature Ares represents the violent and physical untamed aspect of war, which is in contrast to Athena who represents military strategy and generalship as the goddess of intelligence.
Year 3 History - Unit 6C: Why have people invaded and settled in Britain in the past? A Viking case study. Interesting facts about the Vikings. This sheet can be used as a worksheet or as an extra resource.
Viking Gods Sheet. This sheet shows four Viking gods and a list of their names, each with an identifying feature. Very similar to the Saxon Gods Sheet. Together, they form a 'Spot the Difference'. Viking Goddesses Sheet.
A 28 page resource in black and white on The Fire Of London Suitable for age 7-10 10 facts sheets for oral reading and discussion. 7 Timeline entries for d. Teachercellar. Primary History Teaching History Teaching Resources Tes Resources Stone Age Boy Primary English National Curriculum Editing Writing Writing Activities. Stone Age Boy - literacy unit of work. Planning and resources for the.
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The Germanic people, including the Norse Vikings, had developed a written alphabet as early as A.D. 100. This alphabet is known as the futhark, named for the first six letters. There are three main forms, the Elder Futhark, with 24 characters, predominantly used from A.D. 100 to 800; the Younger Futhark of 16 characters, which was used from A.D. 800 through the Viking Age until 1200; and the.