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kurt's page

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 my name is kurt i go to penta i am in auto tech and i am a junior. my power point is on basic mayan history. i think that u will like my power point. there is alot of info but there is also a lot of really good pictures. make sure u leave a comment telling me if u like ot or not.


greek gods



#1Uranus was the god of the sky.

#2 he is the first god.

#3something that is associated with my god is haven.

#4 the parent of Uranus is Gaia.

#5his children were Aphrodite and the “giants”.

#6 Uranus really didn’t have any special powers.

#7my god’s wife was Gaia who witch happens to be him mother.



#1 Athena was the god of wisdom.

#2 she became the goddess of wisdom because she was born from the forehead of the chief god.

#3 some thing that is associated with Athena is amour because she was born in full amour

#4 Athena’s father was Zeus. I really don’t know if you can call him her father because she came out of his forehead.

#5athena didn’t have any famous children.

#6she was the goddess of wisdom she helps people.

#7athena never was married.




#1 Apollo is the god of the sun.

#2he replaced the sun god who was Helios

#3some of the things that are associated with Apollo is music and the sun

#4zues is the father of Apollo.

#5apollo had one sun his name was Asclepius.

#6he helped people by giving them sun light

#7apollo never married.





#2he god this gift from Zeus because he disobeyed him  

#3one thing that is associated with atlas is endurance he held the world up for ever

#4atlass parents are lapetus and cymene

#5atlas didn’t have any children

#6he helped sailors find there way by the start  

#7atlas never married



#1aphrodite is the goddess of love  

#2she became the goddess of love when her father was castrated and his member fell into the water  

#3some thing that is associated with Aphrodite is associated with love

#4the parent of Aphrodite is Zeus

#5the special power Aphrodite has is the power to make people fall in love

#6the husband of Aphrodite is

#7aphrodites husband is Hephaestus 



Cronos is the god of time and change and is the second leader. He got this power by cutting off his father’s manhood. His parents were Uranus and Agia and one of his famous children was Zeus. His special power was eating his babies. His wife’s name was Rhea. www.maicar.com

Hades is the ruler of the underworld. He obtained this ruler because after the war against the titans the brothers Hades, Zeus, and Poseidon divided the world. Hades got the underworld. His parents were Cronos and Rhea and one of his famous children were Persephone. He had no special power. His wife’s name was Demeter. www.maicar.com

Zeus is the god of the sky. After the war when him and his brothers split the world he got the heavens. His parents are Cronos and Rhea and one of his famous children are Hercules. His special power is that he is able to throw lightning bolts. His wife’s name is Hera. www.maicar.com

Hera is the queen of the heavens. She obtained this position by marrying Zeus. Her parents were also Cronos and Rhea and one of her famous children was Ares. She had no special powers. She was married to Zeus. www.maicar.com

Ares was the god of war warriors. He obtained this position because h was mighty but he was also a hated man slaying god. His parents were Zeus and Hera and one of his famous children was Diomedes. He has no special powers. I’m not sure if they were married but Aerope had his son Diomedes. www.maicar.com









indian project sites

My 10 web sites are    

1. http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9117377/history-of-West-Indies           this web site is mostly about the history of the West Indies. Some of the things that this web site talks about is like when the Hispanic controls begun witch starter in 1492 when Christopher Columbus landed in the new world and was followed by the partitioning of the region by the Spanish, French, British, Dutch, and Danish during the 17th and 18th centuries. A few other things are intervention in the Greater Antilles started in the early 19th century and culminated in the occupation of Cuba and annexation of Puerto Rico in 1898 and the purchase of the Danish Virgin Islands in 1917.

2.http://www.infoplease.com/ce6/world/A0861921.html     some things that this site has is info about Before European settlement on the islands of the West Indies, they were inhabited by three different peoples: the Arawaks, the Caribs, and the Ciboney. These indigenous tribes were effectively wiped out by European colonists. Christopher Columbus was the first European to visit several of the islands (in 1492). In 1496 the first permanent European settlement was made by the Spanish on Hispaniola. By the middle 1600s the English, French, and Dutch had established settlements in the area, and in the following century there was constant warfare among the European colonial powers for control of the islands. Some islands flourished as trade centers and became targets for pirates. Large numbers of Africans were imported to provide slave labor for the sugarcane plantations that developed there in the 1600s.

3. http://www.historyworld.net/wrldhis/PlainTextHistories.asp?historyid=aa23 this web site talks mostly about that makes up the West Indies .a string of islands, between Florida and Venezuela, encloses the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. The tightly clustered group at the southern end of this chain provides an easy sequence of stepping stones to the three largest islands - Puerto Rico, Hispaniola and Cuba. From the second millennium BC humans make their way along this chain from south America. The first to do so are a group of hunter-gatherers known to archaeologists as the Ciboney. In the early centuries of the Christian era more sophisticated tribes of neolithic farmers, the Arawak, move gradually north through the islands pusing the Ciboney ahead of them. From about AD 1000 a third group, the Caribs, begin to exert the same pressure on the Arawak. The Caribs, more primitive and ferocious than the Arawak, expand their territory by ruthless warfare. When they defeat their Arawak neighbours, it is their custom to marry the women and eat the men. The Arawak know these people as canibas, their own version of the word Caribs.



Comments (3)

Anonymous said

at 1:41 pm on Sep 26, 2007

it was okay! There was a lot of information in the power point.

Anonymous said

at 1:43 pm on Sep 26, 2007

I think that Kurt's page is very good.The reason why I liked it so much is because there was alot of good info.Also there were good picturs on there to.

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at 2:00 pm on Sep 26, 2007


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