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Junior High School ofJunior High School ofLefkonasLefkonasThe title of the Project:The title of the Project:““The influenc...
ΣΤΟΧΟΙΣΤΟΧΟΙ ΣυνεργασίαΣυνεργασία Γνωριμία με τονΓνωριμία με τον Shakespeare,Shakespeare, τα έργα του,τα έργα του,την πρ...
William Shakespeare’sWilliam Shakespeare’sBiographyBiography
Shakespeare’s hometown is Stratford-upon-Avon, England. He was born on AprilShakespeare’s hometown is Stratford-upon-Avon,...
Shakespeare was a playwright, poet and actor.Shakespeare was a playwright, poet and actor.His comedies included A Midsumme...
Words and PhrasesWords and PhrasesCoined byCoined byShakespeareShakespeare
 All that glitters is not gold All that glitters is not gold (The Merchant of(The Merchant ofVenice)Venice) Alls well th...
 Bear a charmed life (Macbeth)Bear a charmed life (Macbeth) Be-all and the end-all (Macbeth)Be-all and the end-all (Macb...
MATERIALMATERIALCDDVDInTERnET
HAMLETHAMLET
Background of HamletBackground of HamletThe story of Hamlet was written between 1599 to 1601. It was published inThe story...
Themes in Hamlet’s playThemes in Hamlet’s play The Mistery of DeathThe Mistery of Death The play shows us how many uncer...
summarysummaryHamlet is a tragedy play, which takes place in a castle. ThereHamlet is a tragedy play, which takes place in...
HamletHamletAt the same time he looks emotional and sensitive because he loves Polonius’At the same time he looks emotiona...
GetrudeGetrudeGertrudeGertrude is Hamlets mother and Queen of  Denmark is Hamlets mother and Queen of  Denmark.. HerHerrel...
The GhostThe GhostThe ghost appears at midnight looking for Hamlet. He comes nearThe ghost appears at midnight looking for...
PoloniusPoloniusPolonius isPolonius isgreedy,cruel,snobbish,dishonest,immoral,sly,irresponsgreedy,cruel,snobbish,dishonest...
LAERTESLAERTESLaertes becomes naïve andLaertes becomes naïve andwilling tool of Claudius.Vilainwilling tool of Claudius.Vi...
OPHELIAOPHELIAA fragile,innocent, unselfish,childlikeA fragile,innocent, unselfish,childlikeand naïve young lady.Her heart...
Rosencrantz & GuildensternRosencrantz & GuildensternTwo slightly bumbling courtiers, formerTwo slightly bumbling courtiers...
HORATIOHORATIOHoratio ,Hamlets loyal friend, isHoratio ,Hamlets loyal friend, isacalm,resolute and rationalacalm,resolute ...
ClaudiusClaudiusClaudius is intelligent and also heClaudius is intelligent and also herepresents the worst in human nature...
Hamlet different endingHamlet different endingThe duel started with both Hamlet and Laetres trying to give the firstThe du...
 Please my lord don’t die .Our Kingdom will be without a nPlease my lord don’t die .Our Kingdom will be without a nhonest...
alternative Title:alternative Title:When desire leads to evil.When desire leads to evil.
 , ,Συνεργασία μαθητών καθηγητών γονέων Χρήση της Αγγλικής γλώσσας στις εργασίεςπκαι δραματο οίηση σκηνών Εμβάνθυνση λο...
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  1. 1. Junior High School ofJunior High School ofLefkonasLefkonasThe title of the Project:The title of the Project:““The influence of Shakespeare’sThe influence of Shakespeare’splays”plays”
  2. 2. ΣΤΟΧΟΙΣΤΟΧΟΙ ΣυνεργασίαΣυνεργασία Γνωριμία με τονΓνωριμία με τον Shakespeare,Shakespeare, τα έργα του,τα έργα του,την προσφορά του στην Αγγλική κουλτούρατην προσφορά του στην Αγγλική κουλτούρα -Αναζήτηση μηνυμάτων και ηθικών αξιών στα-Αναζήτηση μηνυμάτων και ηθικών αξιών σταέργα τουέργα του Επίδραση των έργων του στους νέουςΕπίδραση των έργων του στους νέουςσήμερασήμερα Χρήση και εξοικείωση στην ομιλία,γραφή καιΧρήση και εξοικείωση στην ομιλία,γραφή καικατανόηση κειμένων της Αγγλικής γλώσσαςκατανόηση κειμένων της Αγγλικής γλώσσας
  3. 3. William Shakespeare’sWilliam Shakespeare’sBiographyBiography
  4. 4. Shakespeare’s hometown is Stratford-upon-Avon, England. He was born on AprilShakespeare’s hometown is Stratford-upon-Avon, England. He was born on April23, 1564 and baptized three days later. He was born to John Shakespeare and Mary23, 1564 and baptized three days later. He was born to John Shakespeare and MaryArden. His father had been incredibly successful in Stratford in both his own businessArden. His father had been incredibly successful in Stratford in both his own businessand in his civil career. He had been appointed the mayor of Stratford and to the evenand in his civil career. He had been appointed the mayor of Stratford and to the evenhigher rank of Chief Alderman of Stratford. This was during the Elizabethan era.higher rank of Chief Alderman of Stratford. This was during the Elizabethan era.The childhood of William Shakespeare and the Elizabethan education that he received atThe childhood of William Shakespeare and the Elizabethan education that he received atthe King Edward VI Stratford Grammar School was of a high quality. Stratford wasthe King Edward VI Stratford Grammar School was of a high quality. Stratford wasoften visited by traveling troupes of professional actors so William would have comeoften visited by traveling troupes of professional actors so William would have comeinto close contact with the acting fraternity from a very young age.into close contact with the acting fraternity from a very young age.At the age of eighteen, he married his 26 year old impregnated girlfriend, AnneAt the age of eighteen, he married his 26 year old impregnated girlfriend, AnneHathaway. Together they had three children, Susanna Hall, Hamnet Shakespeare andHathaway. Together they had three children, Susanna Hall, Hamnet Shakespeare andJudith Quiney. Although their last names differ, Hamnet and Judith were twins.Judith Quiney. Although their last names differ, Hamnet and Judith were twins.To further pursue his career, William moved to London. At the age of 28, in 1592, heTo further pursue his career, William moved to London. At the age of 28, in 1592, hewas already established as both an actor and playwright. Around this time,was already established as both an actor and playwright. Around this time,Shakespeare became one of the founding members of the acting company, “The LordShakespeare became one of the founding members of the acting company, “The LordChamberlain’s Men.” Shakespeare’s company built the Globe Theatre to perform theirChamberlain’s Men.” Shakespeare’s company built the Globe Theatre to perform theirworks, but due to an accident, Shakespeare’s original theatre burnt down. The theatreworks, but due to an accident, Shakespeare’s original theatre burnt down. The theatrewas rebuilt by June of 1614. It was designed to be affordable to all. During this era,was rebuilt by June of 1614. It was designed to be affordable to all. During this era,it was considered “improper” for women to act, therefore, young boys would play theit was considered “improper” for women to act, therefore, young boys would play theroles of women and girls. However, when James I became king, they became “Theroles of women and girls. However, when James I became king, they became “TheKing’s Men.” As a result they performed regularly in court.King’s Men.” As a result they performed regularly in court.
  5. 5. Shakespeare was a playwright, poet and actor.Shakespeare was a playwright, poet and actor.His comedies included A Midsummer Night’s Dream andHis comedies included A Midsummer Night’s Dream andCymbeline. These stories always had happy endings.Cymbeline. These stories always had happy endings.Shakespeare’s histories included King John and RichardShakespeare’s histories included King John and RichardII. The stories were usually set against medieval EnglishII. The stories were usually set against medieval Englishhistory. They were not historically accurate. They providedhistory. They were not historically accurate. They providedsocial commentary and explored the social structure of thesocial commentary and explored the social structure of thetime. His tragedies included Macbeth and Hamlet.time. His tragedies included Macbeth and Hamlet.Shakespeare’s tragedies commonly showed the death of theShakespeare’s tragedies commonly showed the death of themain characters. Therefore, they were sad. Romeo andmain characters. Therefore, they were sad. Romeo andJuliet is a tragic comedy. Shakespeare’s sonnets are veryJuliet is a tragic comedy. Shakespeare’s sonnets are veryfamous as well.famous as well.It is believed that by 1613, he had moved back to Stratford-It is believed that by 1613, he had moved back to Stratford-upon-Avon. He died on April 23rd, 1616—the same day heupon-Avon. He died on April 23rd, 1616—the same day hewas born. He is viewed as one of the most influential writerswas born. He is viewed as one of the most influential writersin history.in history.
  6. 6. Words and PhrasesWords and PhrasesCoined byCoined byShakespeareShakespeare
  7. 7.  All that glitters is not gold All that glitters is not gold (The Merchant of(The Merchant ofVenice)Venice) Alls well that ends well Alls well that ends well (title)(title) As good luck would have it As good luck would have it (The Merry Wives(The Merry Wivesof Windsor)of Windsor) As merry as the day is long As merry as the day is long (Much Ado About(Much Ado AboutNothing / King John)Nothing / King John) Bated breath Bated breath (The Merchant of Venice)(The Merchant of Venice) Bag and baggage Bag and baggage (As You Like It /(As You Like It /Winters Tale)Winters Tale)
  8. 8.  Bear a charmed life (Macbeth)Bear a charmed life (Macbeth) Be-all and the end-all (Macbeth)Be-all and the end-all (Macbeth) Beggar all description (Antony and Cleopatra)Beggar all description (Antony and Cleopatra) Better foot before  (King John)Better foot before  (King John) The better part of valor is discretion The better part of valor is discretion  In a better world than this (As You Like It)In a better world than this (As You Like It) Neither a borrower nor a lender be (Hamlet)Neither a borrower nor a lender be (Hamlet) Brave new world (The Tempest)Brave new world (The Tempest) Break the ice (The Taming of the Shrew)Break the ice (The Taming of the Shrew) Breathed his last (3 Henry VI)Breathed his last (3 Henry VI)
  9. 9. MATERIALMATERIALCDDVDInTERnET
  10. 10. HAMLETHAMLET
  11. 11. Background of HamletBackground of HamletThe story of Hamlet was written between 1599 to 1601. It was published inThe story of Hamlet was written between 1599 to 1601. It was published in1603 “The First Quarto” and in 1604 “The Second Quarto”. . The first1603 “The First Quarto” and in 1604 “The Second Quarto”. . The firstrecorded production of Hamlet was by the Chamberlain’s Men in 1600 orrecorded production of Hamlet was by the Chamberlain’s Men in 1600 or1601 ,so it is likely that Shakespeare composed the play in early 1600.1601 ,so it is likely that Shakespeare composed the play in early 1600.Hamlet became an instant hit and the great Shakespearean actor , RichardHamlet became an instant hit and the great Shakespearean actor , RichardBurdage received much acclaim in the lead role. Hamlet’s popularity grewBurdage received much acclaim in the lead role. Hamlet’s popularity grewuntil the closing of the theaters by the puritanical government. It wasuntil the closing of the theaters by the puritanical government. It wasperformed at taverns and inns along with other great drama during thatperformed at taverns and inns along with other great drama during thatperiod . After the theaters re-opened Hamlet was brought back to the stage andperiod . After the theaters re-opened Hamlet was brought back to the stage andthe play’s popularity has been growing since then.the play’s popularity has been growing since then.Saxo Grammaticus recorded at the 1st place with a Danish revenge story ofSaxo Grammaticus recorded at the 1st place with a Danish revenge story ofHamlet in the 1100’s. In these stories, a Danish prince fakes madness in theHamlet in the 1100’s. In these stories, a Danish prince fakes madness in theprince’s father and married his mother. Shakespeare modified this story thisprince’s father and married his mother. Shakespeare modified this story thisstory more straightforward because he wanted to filled it with dread andstory more straightforward because he wanted to filled it with dread anduncertainly. By the time, Hamlet doesn’t just feign madness . It means, he isuncertainly. By the time, Hamlet doesn’t just feign madness . It means, he isactually crazy.actually crazy.
  12. 12. Themes in Hamlet’s playThemes in Hamlet’s play The Mistery of DeathThe Mistery of Death The play shows us how many uncertainties our lives are built upon ,howThe play shows us how many uncertainties our lives are built upon ,howmany unknown quantities are taken for granted. When people act or whenmany unknown quantities are taken for granted. When people act or whenthey evaluate one another’s action.they evaluate one another’s action. Themes in Hamlet’s playThemes in Hamlet’s play LoveLove RevengeRevenge HateHate SorrowSorrow FearFear EvilEvil ActionAction DesireDesire BeliefBelief JusticeJustice InduceInduce ConscienceConscience MisogynyMisogyny IndecisivenessIndecisiveness
  13. 13. summarysummaryHamlet is a tragedy play, which takes place in a castle. ThereHamlet is a tragedy play, which takes place in a castle. Therethe king of Denmark, Hamlet, is murdered by his brother,the king of Denmark, Hamlet, is murdered by his brother,Claudius, who wanted to become king. However, nobody knowsClaudius, who wanted to become king. However, nobody knowswho has done it. Then Claudius gets married to the Queen.who has done it. Then Claudius gets married to the Queen.Although he tries to keep his secret hidden, Hamlet’s son startsAlthough he tries to keep his secret hidden, Hamlet’s son startsto suspect him. Trying to find out the truth, Hamlet sees ato suspect him. Trying to find out the truth, Hamlet sees aghost that solves this mystery. Since Claudius is afraid that theghost that solves this mystery. Since Claudius is afraid that thetruth will come on the surface he sends Hamlet to England to betruth will come on the surface he sends Hamlet to England to bekilled. However, Hamlet manages to escape. Hamlet, in orderkilled. However, Hamlet manages to escape. Hamlet, in orderto avenge Claudius asks some actors to play the scene of ato avenge Claudius asks some actors to play the scene of amurder that reminds his fathers’ murder. There all themurder that reminds his fathers’ murder. There all themysteries and secrets are revealed.mysteries and secrets are revealed.
  14. 14. HamletHamletAt the same time he looks emotional and sensitive because he loves Polonius’At the same time he looks emotional and sensitive because he loves Polonius’daughter, Ophelia. In the end, he is angry and kills Laertes, the son of Poloniusdaughter, Ophelia. In the end, he is angry and kills Laertes, the son of Poloniusand his uncle, Claudius, who had killed Hamlet’s father, because he wanted to getand his uncle, Claudius, who had killed Hamlet’s father, because he wanted to getthe crown. Hamlet is a man of contradiction. He is reckless and simultaneouslythe crown. Hamlet is a man of contradiction. He is reckless and simultaneouslycautious, he is courteous and simultaneously uncivil, he is tender andcautious, he is courteous and simultaneously uncivil, he is tender andsimultaneously ferocious. He feels sorrow for his father’s death but he issimultaneously ferocious. He feels sorrow for his father’s death but he isresponsible for Rosencrahtz’s and Guildenstern’s death.He is heartless butresponsible for Rosencrahtz’s and Guildenstern’s death.He is heartless butvirtuous paying respect and awe for hisvirtuous paying respect and awe for hisfather.Indecisiveness,hastiness,hate,brutality and obsession characterize hisfather.Indecisiveness,hastiness,hate,brutality and obsession characterize hiswords and actions but at the same time he is a philosopher. He searches for truthwords and actions but at the same time he is a philosopher. He searches for truthand life’s meaning.. He loved Ophelia and felt feelings of devotion as his fatherand life’s meaning.. He loved Ophelia and felt feelings of devotion as his fatherfelt for his mother but then he turns on her and destroys her with cruelty.His ownfelt for his mother but then he turns on her and destroys her with cruelty.His ownvicious words caused Ophelia’s insanityvicious words caused Ophelia’s insanityDeep sensitive and hungry for justice.Deep sensitive and hungry for justice.Hamlet is the prince of Denmark.In the beginning he issad for his father’s death. His father ‘s ghost manages topersuade him to get revenge his uncle, Claudius. Hamlettries to find ways and chances to kill his uncle. He isobedient to his father’s advice. Moreover, he is clever andunderstands his uncle’s trap.
  15. 15. GetrudeGetrudeGertrudeGertrude is Hamlets mother and Queen of  Denmark is Hamlets mother and Queen of  Denmark.. HerHerrelationship with Hamlet is somewhat turbulent, since he resentsrelationship with Hamlet is somewhat turbulent, since he resentsher for marrying her husbands brother Claudius  after he murderedher for marrying her husbands brother Claudius  after he murderedthe King (young Hamlets father,  King Hamlet).the King (young Hamlets father,  King Hamlet).Getrude is shallow, thinks only about her body and externalGetrude is shallow, thinks only about her body and externalpleasure. Faithless and ambitious, she wants to be delighted. Wepleasure. Faithless and ambitious, she wants to be delighted. Wecan imagine that she is a woman in fine clothes soft pillows andcan imagine that she is a woman in fine clothes soft pillows andwarm baths. .Narrow minded, and enthousiastic ,passionate, andwarm baths. .Narrow minded, and enthousiastic ,passionate, andimmoral, irrational and naïve.immoral, irrational and naïve.
  16. 16. The GhostThe GhostThe ghost appears at midnight looking for Hamlet. He comes nearThe ghost appears at midnight looking for Hamlet. He comes nearwith his dark voice and says that it is Hamlet’s father. He wantswith his dark voice and says that it is Hamlet’s father. He wantsrevenge and also mercy on his soul. Moreover, he is impatient andrevenge and also mercy on his soul. Moreover, he is impatient anddecisive. The ghost is also cruel and tough.decisive. The ghost is also cruel and tough.
  17. 17. PoloniusPoloniusPolonius isPolonius isgreedy,cruel,snobbish,dishonest,immoral,sly,irresponsgreedy,cruel,snobbish,dishonest,immoral,sly,irresponsible and is completely trusted by the Eing,survey.ible and is completely trusted by the Eing,survey.Father of Opheliaand Laertes, and Lord ChamberlainFather of Opheliaand Laertes, and Lord Chamberlainto King Claudius, he is described as a windbag byto King Claudius, he is described as a windbag bysome and a rambler of wisdom by others.some and a rambler of wisdom by others.
  18. 18. LAERTESLAERTESLaertes becomes naïve andLaertes becomes naïve andwilling tool of Claudius.Vilainwilling tool of Claudius.Vilainhimself .Passionate and quick tohimself .Passionate and quick toaction, Laertes is clearly a foilaction, Laertes is clearly a foilfor the reflective Hamletfor the reflective Hamlet
  19. 19. OPHELIAOPHELIAA fragile,innocent, unselfish,childlikeA fragile,innocent, unselfish,childlikeand naïve young lady.Her heart isand naïve young lady.Her heart ispure,incapable of defending herself.Wepure,incapable of defending herself.Weimagine her spending the dayimagine her spending the dayneedlepoint and flowerneedlepoint and flowergathering.Although she loves Hamletgathering.Although she loves Hamletshe obeys her father andshe obeys her father andbrother.Dependent on men to tell herbrother.Dependent on men to tell herhow to obey.how to obey.
  20. 20. Rosencrantz & GuildensternRosencrantz & GuildensternTwo slightly bumbling courtiers, formerTwo slightly bumbling courtiers, formerfriends of Hamlet from Wittenberg, whofriends of Hamlet from Wittenberg, whoare summoned by Claudius and Gertrudeare summoned by Claudius and Gertrudeto discover the cause of Hamlet’s strangeto discover the cause of Hamlet’s strangebehaviourbehaviour..
  21. 21. HORATIOHORATIOHoratio ,Hamlets loyal friend, isHoratio ,Hamlets loyal friend, isacalm,resolute and rationalacalm,resolute and rationalfriend.He does not afraid tofriend.He does not afraid toconfront the ghost.Hamlet admiresconfront the ghost.Hamlet admiresHoratio for the qualities thatHoratio for the qualities thatHamlet himself does notHamlet himself does notpossess.A trustworthy andpossess.A trustworthy anddevoted friend ,prepared to commitdevoted friend ,prepared to commitsuicide so that he will not have tosuicide so that he will not have tolive without his beloved friend.live without his beloved friend.
  22. 22. ClaudiusClaudiusClaudius is intelligent and also heClaudius is intelligent and also herepresents the worst in human nature. Herepresents the worst in human nature. Heis full of ambition and desires. He is ais full of ambition and desires. He is amulti-faceted villain, a corrupt politician andmulti-faceted villain, a corrupt politician andmorally weak. Also he is content and verymorally weak. Also he is content and verysoul for a few prized possession and he is asoul for a few prized possession and he is acapable ruler with a great ability tocapable ruler with a great ability tomanipulate others through his skillful usemanipulate others through his skillful useof language. His characteristics are lustof language. His characteristics are lustgreed, corruption and excess. He does notgreed, corruption and excess. He does notstop Gertrude from drinking the poison instop Gertrude from drinking the poison inthe goblet the duel between Hamlet andthe goblet the duel between Hamlet andLaertes.Laertes.
  23. 23. Hamlet different endingHamlet different endingThe duel started with both Hamlet and Laetres trying to give the firstThe duel started with both Hamlet and Laetres trying to give the firsthit.The fight continued for a while when with some good moves Hamlethit.The fight continued for a while when with some good moves Hamletmanaged to bring down Laertes but without hitting him. Meanwhile themanaged to bring down Laertes but without hitting him. Meanwhile theKing offered the poisoned water to Hamlet but he refused to drink it.King offered the poisoned water to Hamlet but he refused to drink it.Then they continued the fight when Hamlet finally managed to hurtThen they continued the fight when Hamlet finally managed to hurtLaertes fatally . The King seeing Laertes dying tried to leave the roomLaertes fatally . The King seeing Laertes dying tried to leave the roomwith the fear that Laertes will reveal the Kingplan .Hamlet stopped himwith the fear that Laertes will reveal the Kingplan .Hamlet stopped himwith his words.with his words. Where are you going Claudius ?Are you afraid of something?Where are you going Claudius ?Are you afraid of something?The king told him he was not feeling well.Hearing that the QueenThe king told him he was not feeling well.Hearing that the Queenoffered him the poisoned water.Not seeing that was the poisoned wateroffered him the poisoned water.Not seeing that was the poisoned waterthe King drank it wanting to show that he needed it.During the duelthe King drank it wanting to show that he needed it.During the duelHamlet said to Laertes.Hamlet said to Laertes. I feel sorry that your father is dead but that was an accident .your angerI feel sorry that your father is dead but that was an accident .your angerwas meant to I am asking for forgivenesswas meant to I am asking for forgivenessLaertes answered angrily:Laertes answered angrily: I don’t want to forgive you! And he managed to hit him to the leg.I don’t want to forgive you! And he managed to hit him to the leg.In a while both the King and Hamlet were about to die . HoratioIn a while both the King and Hamlet were about to die . Horatioapproached Hamlet and told him:approached Hamlet and told him:
  24. 24.  Please my lord don’t die .Our Kingdom will be without a nPlease my lord don’t die .Our Kingdom will be without a nhonest King.honest King.Then Hamlet replied:Then Hamlet replied: No Horatio you can be the King from now on and try to saveNo Horatio you can be the King from now on and try to saveLaertes so you can have him as your consultant. Laertes wasLaertes so you can have him as your consultant. Laertes wasbleeding too much to be saved and said before he died.bleeding too much to be saved and said before he died. I don’t need you to save me. This is my end I shouldn’t haveI don’t need you to save me. This is my end I shouldn’t havetrusted the King. He is responsible.trusted the King. He is responsible.Then Hamlet replied to the King in anger:Then Hamlet replied to the King in anger: How could you?You made all those people die .You deserve toHow could you?You made all those people die .You deserve todie.die.After these words he said to Horatio:After these words he said to Horatio:These are my last words. Horatio I name you the King of thisThese are my last words. Horatio I name you the King of thiscountry.Horatio immediately responsed and asked what it iscountry.Horatio immediately responsed and asked what it isgoing to happen to the Queen.going to happen to the Queen. She shouldn’t be here. She doesn’t deserve it.You and theShe shouldn’t be here. She doesn’t deserve it.You and thepeople of this county should dethrone her. After that he died.people of this county should dethrone her. After that he died.Horatio announced Hamlets words s and he ordered to prepareHoratio announced Hamlets words s and he ordered to preparethe funeral he deserves.the funeral he deserves.
  25. 25. alternative Title:alternative Title:When desire leads to evil.When desire leads to evil.
  26. 26.  , ,Συνεργασία μαθητών καθηγητών γονέων Χρήση της Αγγλικής γλώσσας στις εργασίεςπκαι δραματο οίηση σκηνών Εμβάνθυνση λογοτεχνικών κειμένων Ανάδειξη δεξιοτήτων και ίκανοτήτων και τωνμαθητών και των καθηγητών Γνωριμία με την Αγγλική,κουλτούρα Shakespeare , π ,ενδυμασία ε οχήςμεσαιωνική μουσική πΕ αφή με φορείςΣΤΟΧΟΙ ΠΟΥ ΕΠΙΤΕΥΧΘΗΚΑΝ
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