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Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea
Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea
Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea
Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea
Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea
Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea
Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea
Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea
Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea
Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea
Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea
Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea
Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea
Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea
Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea
Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea
Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea
Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea
Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea
Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea
Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea
Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea
Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea
Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea
Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea
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Ancient Rome and Ancient greece, two treasures of Art and History across the Mediterrenean Sea

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School exchange with Chania, Crete Island, on the topics of common roots and cultural heritage

School exchange with Chania, Crete Island, on the topics of common roots and cultural heritage

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  • 1. Liceo M.T. Cicerone presents A tribute to our etwinning partners, the headmaster, the teachers and the students of Theodoropouls High school, Chania
  • 2. "Núv δ ουδὲν διαθὲρομεν ηὣν ἐν ηῷ πελαγει πλεονηων γὰρ ἐκεῖνοι πλὲουζι μὲν ἀεὶ,ηὸ δὲ πεπλευζμὲν οὐδὲν οἰκειρὸηερον ηοῦ ἀπλεὺζηου καηαλεὶπουζιν" Ξενοθών
  • 3. …“Now we are carried as thesailors that, however they furrowthe sea, they don’t possess thestretch that they leave behindmore than they possess thestretch that they have to sailyet”… XENOPHON
  • 4. A BOOK THE INTERNET A SONG A FILMA DREAM A HOPE
  • 5. IT IS A BEAUTIFUL DISCOVERY OFNEW NEW FRIENDS! TEACHERS NEWNEW SUBJECTS THOUGHTSNEW IDEAS NEW CHARACTERS
  • 6. THEY ARE UNITED BY A DEEP AND ANCIENT LINK
  • 7. BUT WE HAVE ALSO THE SAME ANCIENT BLOOD… OUR LANGUAGES ARE SISTERSBECAUSE IN THE 12TH AND IN THE 8-7TH B.C. THEY DERIVE GREEKS CAME LINGUISTIC GROUP: ITALY FROM THE SAME TO SOUTHERN THE INDO EUROPEAN THEY FOUNDED “MAGNA GRECIA”
  • 8. BUT…WHY A PARTNERSHIP WITH CRETEISLAND?…BECAUSE EVERYTHING HAS BEGUNTHERE… … IT’S A LONG AND BEAUTIFUL STORY…
  • 9. FROM THE MYTH TO HISTORYINHERITANCEOF GREEKCULTURE THE MYTH OF EUROPEROME PARTNERSHIP WITH CRETETHE ETERNALCITY WHOSEORIGINS ARE UNITEDROOTED IN THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA EUROPEGREEK MYTH MARENOSTRUM PARTNERSHIP Liceo Cicerone Theodoropoulous high school
  • 10. “Pierres attention was suddenly drawn by the two Greek euros, upon which the history of Europe, in accordance with the legend, is impressed.” ( From our winner novel “Laltra Faccia della Moneta” Italian National Price 2010 )
  • 11. λογοςLOVE FORBEAUTY,HARMONY,PERFECTION
  • 12. “Il sacro vate,placando quelle afflitte alme conil canto,i prenci argivi eternerà perquanteabbraccia terre il grande padreOceano” ( Foscolo : I sepolcri)
  • 13. “Arma virumque cano, Troiae quiprimus ab oris Italiam fato profugusLaviniaque venit litora, multum ille etterris iactatus et alto vi superum,saevae memorem Iunonis ob iram,multa quoque et bello passus, dumconderet urbem inferretque deos Latio;genus unde Latinum Albanique patresatque altae moenia Romae “(Virgilius)
  • 14. “Il Mediterraneo non esiste, è solo un mare interiore che ciascuno di noi deve navigare ogni giorno. Le sue acque limpide sono il fondo azzurro della memoria ". (M. VINCENT)

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