Wednesday, September 15, 2010


Frescoes are painted murals in which the paint is applied while the plaster is still wet. The bull jumping Minoans of 2200 BC left us their frescoes that can still be seen today in Crete. Wouldn't it be fascinating to go and see them? Here the children do their own frescoes on paper plates, as I was not u to volunteering my walls for experimental school purposes. Did you know that they had running water, bath tubs made of ivory, roads and a palace for each town? Here is an interesting web page, although I do not agree with all the opinions displayed here, and there are pictures which some may want to censor:

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