Student Stories on the Temple of Artemis at Ephesus - Preface


Welcome to the "Seven Wonders of the Ancient World," a student-writing project with Sonya Turlington and her Sixth-grade language arts students (from Polk County Public Schools).

Sonya led her Davenport School of the Arts students in research and writing about the Ancient Seven Wonders. It is interesting to read what impresses each student about the wonders and to see the range of research-and-writing skills. 

This story is about the Temple of Artemis—known as the Temple of Diana to ancient Romans—located in the city of Ephesus (which was once a Mediterranean seaport). Students explored not just the temple—which was destroyed and rebuilt several times before it became an ancient wonder—they also investigated Artemis and how she fit into the Greek pantheon.

Please enjoy all 8 stories filled with student chapters on each and all the Seven Wonders! 
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Author: Bond-Upson, Deborah 106stories and lessons created

Original Release: Jun 11, 2017

Updated Last Revision: Sep 01, 2017

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