Hello Students, and Welcome to Ancient Studies! My name is Professor Liria (LEER - ee - ah) Morgan and I am extremely pleased to be here at Hogwarts with all of you. Some of you may have run into me around the castle in your previous years, especially if you are in Gryffindor, as I am the Gryffind…
Welcome back, students! I am glad to see so many of you return to class this week - how are you enjoying the class so far? I hope you brought your sandals with you today as we will be spending the next three classes studying the magic of ancient Egypt. Too cold? Ah well, that’s what we ge…
Welcome back students! The topic of the ancient Egyptian pyramids could cover an entire year, however we will do our best to squeeze the most important knowledge into one class. We will start off with some basic facts about the pyramids, and then delve into a bit about their lesser known history …
The Beacon The civilization of ancient Egypt remained a relatively stable and constant presence for well over 2000 years - significantly longer than most other civilizations. The pure volume of knowledge and experience that was amassed during this time lent itself to the creation of a great storeh…
Welcome back, students! I have a very special treat for you today - Professor Penrose has joined us and I will be interviewing him about his time spent as a curse-breaker! After the interview, we will practice some non-magical, yet critical skills, just in case you decide to pursue this career in t…
Welcome back, Students! I know some of you are sad to be leaving our discussions on ancient Egypt behind, however I assure you that our next civilization - ancient Mesopotamia - will not disappoint! The earliest recorded civilization in ancient Mesopotamia was that of the Sumerians. It is estim…
Welcome back, students! Today we will be discussing the Hanging Gardens of Babylon which is both my favourite and least favourite topic to explore, the reasons for which will become obvious as we proceed through the lesson today. For today, we are tossing out any textbooks, putting away our qu…
Good Afternoon, Students! I cannot believe that this is our second to last class for Year Three. How quickly the time has flown by! I truly hope that you have enjoyed our discussions on ancient Africa and the Middle East this year! Today we will finish up our discussion of ancient Mesopotamia, and…
Professor Morgan looks fondly at her Year Three class with a glistening in her eyes. She smiles, and then starts to speak with only a slight catch in her throat. Well students, you’ve made it! We have arrived at our final class of the year. I cannot tell you how immensely I have enjoyed our …
Ever wondered what magic was like in ancient times? A time when everyone knew and often worshiped magical practitioners? Did they use wands and potions? Are the Ancient Wonders of the World really gone? This year, we will be learning about magic in the ancient societies of Africa and the Middle East. Be prepared to immerse yourself in a world where magic was common place in both the highest palaces and dustiest hovels. Brace yourself for the exploration of some of the most dangerous and secret places in our world.
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