on Plan of Olympia
Part I. There are two possible
formats for this part.
A. Which of the following places
listed below alphabetically are indicated by the numbers circled on the
attached plan of Olympia? Write the
number next to the appropriate place name.
B. Use the plan of Olympia provided to identify each of the
TEN places listed below. Write the appropriate number from the plan next to
each place name.
Part II. Provide some significant information
about each of the places identified in Part I. Here is an example:
Pelopion: the traditional
burial site for the Greek hero Pelops, one of the mythical founders of the Olympic games.
Note the fullness of this answer. Not only is
Pelopion identified as Pelops' burial site, but Pelops is identified as well.
Altar of Hera
Altar of Meter
Altar of Demeter Chamyne
Colonnade of Agnaptos
Entrance tunnel to stadium
Great Altar of Zeus
Hill of Kronos
Pillar of Oinomaos
Retaining wall of river Kladeos
Sacred olive tree
South Eastern Colonnade
Starting gate for horse races
Statue of Victory by Paionios
Temple of Meter
Temple of Zeus
Temple of Hera
Zanes (statues of Zeus)
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