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The Great Wall of China

Rather than being one long continuous wall,the Great Wall of China is made up of a number different sections. These sections were built by various dynasties over a long period of time from stone and other materials. Its main purpose … Continue reading

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Ancient Egypt

Ramesses 11 was in the 19 dynasty and ruled from 1279-1212bc. He is said to be the greatest pharaoh. His name means ‘Re has finished him’. He built a temple at Abu Simbul. The great warrior made Egypt rich by … Continue reading

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Disadvantages of living in Ancient Greece

The disadvantages in Ancient Greece are slavery my first point in the ancient ages. The reason is simple people shouldn’t be treated differently just because of how rich or poor the citizens of Greece are. Women not having the same … Continue reading

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Advantages in Ancient Greece

The  advantages in ancient Greece are.. Slave to do your work ! Boys were educated . Agora was a good market. Some city states were rich. Theatre. Olympics. Democracy. Lovely Buildings! Olivia  

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Martin Luther King

  1.Martin Luther King was a civil rights activist. 2.He was born in January 15 1929 in Atlanta GA. 3.He died in April 4 1968 in Memphis TN. 4.He was best known for his ”I have a dream” speech. 5.Martin … Continue reading

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Great Women In History

During this week we have been learning about great women.It thought us about women who fought about what they believed in like Sojourner Truth,Rosa Parks,Elizabeth Fry, Mary Wollstonecraft,Countess Markievicz and Emmeline Pankhurst.Other women achieved great things like Jeanne Baret,Baronne Raymonde de … Continue reading

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Van Gogh

We were learning about Van Gogh this week. He was very interesting.  Vincent van Gogh was born in the Netherlands in 1853.  He was a painter and a sculptor. In this early part of his career, van Gogh used a lot … Continue reading

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St Patrick’s Story

Saint Patrick is the patron Saint of Ireland and was a missionary credited with converting Ireland to Christianity in 4ooAD. So many legends surround  his life that the truth is not easily found. When he was a teenager, he was … Continue reading

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St.Valentine’s Story

This story took place during the Roman war. The Roman Emperor needed more soldiers. He found a bundle of men but the problem was they were married. The men wouldn’t want leaves their wives so the Emperor banned people from getting … Continue reading

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The Industrial Revolution

My name is Dillon Lynx.I am 8 years old.I work in a coal mine and I don’t go school. My brothers works with me and my sisters work in a sewing factory. My wage and my brothers is 3p a day. … Continue reading

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