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repeated reading

phrase cards for repeated reading of ReadWorks.org article, "Architecture: Parth

TermDefinition
reflects the ideals shows the values and morals
Parthenon a building in Greece built in 500 bc
ancient Greek architecture * * *
balance and order * * *
principles a rule or law
frivolity or emotion lack of seriousness or feeling
hallmark a special trait or feature
eight columns * * *
symmetrical and balanced equal number on both sides
make the design stable the way it is built is strong
Parthenon echo the principles the building structure is similar to what the Greeks believed
"polis" this word part means "a city that works like a state"
debated to discuss ot examine a question in public by taking turns
monarchy rule by Kings and Queens
founding fathers the men who helped create the laws to make the United States
citizens within the city-state * * *
Created by: sivadirol