K. Wagner 4th Period

K. Wagner 4th Period

K. Wagner th 4 Period Greek: Ares Roman: Mars

Symbols Here you need to add at LEAST 2 symbols representing your god/goddess. An image as well as a short explanation for each is necessary. *NOTE: It is also in your best interest to include graphics

and or short videos to help with the creativity portion of this project. Domain What does your god/goddess rule or control? Explain their kingdom here.

Family Tree Include a list of family member here. I am interested in immediate family. For example: if you have Zeus, please do not spend slide after slide naming his entire family. Also, you should include any interesting facts you find out

about your god/goddess family here. Weapon Does your god/goddess have a weapon? What is it? Include a picture and an explanation.

If your god/goddess does not have one, create a theoretical one based on your research. Powers What special power does your god/goddess have?

Personality Describe your god/goddess personality here. Are they known for being cruel or kindhearted? Explain. Myth Write a brief summary of a myth here that involved your

god/goddess. Other Interesting Facts (5) Give 5 interesting facts about your god/goddess that has not been mentioned in the project so far.

Relation to The Odyssey Research how your god/goddess has a connection to the epic. You may discuss his/her encounters with Odysseus or other characters from the tale. If your character does not appear in the work, explain their connection to the work through other characters they are related to. You must

be able to tie your god/goddess to The Odyssey in some way. Be creative! Works Cited You MUST include a proper Works Cited slide here. MAKE SURE to use the helpful information on my website so that

you put your websites in correct MLA format. Points will be deducted for an incorrect format.

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