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A Journey to Minoan Crete: Memory game after the museum tour

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International Monument Day today was celebrated accordingly, since our older students created short presentations about all important Minoan exhibits of the Archaeological Museum in our town. We marvelled at how determining the Minoan civilisation has been, constituting the very first one in Europe and how multifaceted it was, concerning art, religion and societal structure. At the end of all presentations, students divided into groups in order to answer questions about the exhibits, as part of our final memory game. The fastest team to get most questions right as well as the most lively presenter were awarded with (eatable!) prizes and the fondest of memories. We all parted wishing to organise another such educational trip the soonest possible. Museum Mission: Accomplished! Well done to our wonderful teenage explorers.

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A Journey to Minoan Crete: Memory game after the museum tour

  1. 1. Heraklion Archaeological Museum Day Memory game after all students’ presentations concerning the main exhibits on 18/4/17 Markaki-Markoulaki Language School
  2. 2. Rules Each team has 30 seconds to think about an answer. When those 30 seconds end, the first team to ring the bell will be allowed to give an answer. If the answer is correct, the team wins one point. If not, the second fastest team to ring the bell will be allowed to speak. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins an amazing eatable prize!
  3. 3. Question 1 What is the name of the exhibit in the following photo?
  4. 4. The correct answer is…
  5. 5. Bull’s- head rhyton!
  6. 6. Question 2 What is the name of the British archaeologist who excavated most Minoan artefacts in Knossos?
  7. 7. The correct answer is…
  8. 8. Sir Arthur Evans
  9. 9. Question 3 What is the Prince of Lilies thought to have on a leash in his left hand?
  10. 10. The correct answer is…
  11. 11. A griffin or a sphynx
  12. 12. Question 4 What does the famous bee pendant represent?
  13. 13. The correct answer is…
  14. 14. Two bees or wasps storing away a drop of honey in a comb.
  15. 15. Question 5 What was the ring of King Minos in reality?
  16. 16. The correct answer is…
  17. 17. A gold jewel -seal with representations of tree worship.
  18. 18. Question 6 How were the signs on the Phaistos Disc created?
  19. 19. The correct answer is…
  20. 20. By pressing hieroglyphic seals into a disc of soft clay, in a clockwise sequence spiralling towards the centre of the disk.
  21. 21. Question 7 How many small medallions with ivory, rock crystal and silver exist on the gaming board?
  22. 22. The correct answer is…
  23. 23. Ten!
  24. 24. Question 9 What does the Agia Triada sarcophagus show?
  25. 25. The correct answer is…
  26. 26. The inhumation of a Prince.
  27. 27. Question 10 What is the name of this beautiful Minoan lady and what is she thought to represent?
  28. 28. The correct answer is…
  29. 29. She is ‘La Parisienne’. The sacral knot at the back of her head shows she was either a priestess or a goddess.

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