Eureka!

Hello everyone!

We would like to talk to you a little about the title of our project.

One day, Archimedes, the king of Syracuse, asked the best artist in town to make a crown of gold. When the king took the crown there were rumours that the artist had replaced the gold with other metals.

The rumours came true because Archimedes wanted to have a bath and he discovered that the crown was floating. Consequently, the artist’s cheating was uncovered.

In the end, Archimedes shouted “Eureka! Eureka!”, which in Greek means “I have found it! I have found it!”

The Wreath of Amphipolis

Nicole Panayiotatou, Georgia Kalantzi, Mary Roboti, Mary Tourkodimitri, & Joanna Mitropoulou

Grade 2, 2nd Junior High School of  Paralia.

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