Greek Mythology Family Tree
Just what every classroom needs—a poster showing the family tree of Greek gods, goddesses, and heroes. From Chaos to Odysseus both gods and mortals are featured.
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- Reproduce and laminate the chart poster-size for display during a unit study of Greek mythology
- The chart shows the relationships among these mythological characters
- Materials and information about the exhibition, for which the chart was designed, are not available
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