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Daft question

Discussion in 'Primary' started by elizabeth1972, Apr 3, 2012.

  1. I've been looking online for some pre-made timelines to do with my Ancient Greeks topics. I've found some really great ones, which will save me loads of time.
    However, they all say things like "Coins are introduced" or "Homer writes the Odyssey".
    Am I being thick? Shouldn't they be "Coins were introduced" and "Homer wrote the Odyssey" ?

  2. Would you be able to share some links for these? We're starting Greeks in Jan.


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