Day in the Life: Ancient Greece
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summer in ancient Greece
yawn... I should start my work
Oh no! All of my crops died! I know, I will go into the city and ask our leader for help.
at the temple:
All of my crops are dead, and I have to feed my family. What should I do, good sir?
I advise you to pray, lad. Pray to Demeter, the goddess of harvest.
Demeter, I pray that you will make my crops grow again. I need them to feed my family.
Demeter?! Is that really you?
Yes, it is I, and I heard your request. When you return home, there will be food on you table, and crops on your field.
Oh, thank you very much!
back at home:
Yes, there is, my dear.
Look father, there is a whole meal on our table!
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