Caroline Mickas: The Story Of The Temple Of Artemis

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The Temple of Artemis
By: Caroline Mickas

What is the Story of the Temple of Artemis ?

The Temple of Artemis was one of the 7 wonders of the ancient worlds. The Temple

of Artemis had a very unfortunate life because it was destroyed at least 3

times, when it was destroyed it was rebuilt bigger and

more impressive, and it was rebuilt and destroyed for
1082 years before they stopped rebuilding it.

Location of the Temple of Artemis
The temple would have

built in Turkey today, but long ago it would have

been built in the ancient
Greek city of Ephesus.

Every time the temple was destroyed it was rebuilt in

the same place it was originally built in.

The First
Temple’s Life
The first temple was built in about
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Civics / Government
State Standards

2.1, 2.1, 2.1.1, 2.2, 2.2, 2.2.2, 2.3, 2.4 1.2.3, 1.3, 1.3.1, 1.4
I hit these standards by knowing that a need is food to feed the people of Greece and that a want would be the big temples. The choice of building a temple can

show your wealth but it has the risk of being destroyed.
People barter by having things that other traders want,

and exchanging those things with the trader to get what they want. People get goods by buying or trading one good for another. If all the world wants something,

the price for it is going to go way up. Governments make the coins that people use to buy things. The suppliers of goods sometimes sell an object to the

person that pays the most money instead of the person who ordered it. This is a problem.

I covered these standards by knowing that you used to be able to ban someone if

enough people voted to ban them. Now, you can’t. The governments trade goods with

each other. Governments also have war with one another. People vote to tell the

government what they want and what they think is best for their country.



I hit these standards by putting a timeline in my
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