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Under this heading you will find materials for realitiesthat we received from various teachers. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for this.
We are of course very interested in expanding the list!


  • NEW Ancient Sciences: see below
  • Materials for antiquity or corresponding courses, by Martin Stüssi.
    The following material comes from a teaching unit in the subject "Culture and Language of Antiquity" (ANT) in a first lower grade of the Cantonal School in Glarus. The aim of the conception was, among other things, to choose a suitable main topic (Disney episode: Hercules and the Gorgon) to cover as much curriculum content as possible (including the reception of myths, change in the meaning of words, change in values, etc.) - and thereby a permanent bridge between antiquity and the present and vice versa carry out. In addition to the actual subject matter, which is always explicitly reflected in the last task of a sheet, a lot should be taken from the corresponding methodology about antiquity and the present.
  • Materials from Anton Hafner
    Very extensive collection of material on Pompeii, Herculaneum, Greek art history, food and drink in antiquity, the calendar, the Italic house and Italic-Roman building techniques (on Pompeii etc. see also the download options at the bottom of this page). Also a number of texts (Latin and Greek) and newspaper articles.
  • Greek art history by Anton Hafner †, very good materials on: The Greek sculpture; Temple architecture of the Greeks; To the Acropolis and Athens; To the Doric style / the temples of Paestum.
  • Images of archaeological sites in Greece and Western Turkey: Heinz Schmitz (Winterthur) makes his extensive slide collection electronically available to his colleagues
  • Olympia: materials to design your own small lesson on the topic (introduction, texts (Greek and Latin), translations, images)
  • Overview of ancient philosophy: a brief summary of the most important directions and their representatives
    According to Ernst Gegenschatz †
    Word 2004 Document | Word 2008 Document | -Document
  • Plato: -Document (0.8) by Norbert Froese. A description of Plato critical of Plato under the title "Plato: Mathematics, Theory of Ideas and Totalitarian State Utopias"; an abstract of the 87-page paper can be found here
  • Aristotle: Logic and Methodology in Antiquity: -Document (0.7) by Norbert Froese. The focus of the presentation is on Aristotle's foundation of formal logic (in the following: biography, theory of categories, the 4 "causes")
  • Alexander the Great - A campaign spreading Greek culture: -Document (1.5) by Norbert Froese. According to Alexander's youth and information about the circumstances of Alexander's accession to the throne, the focus is on the Alexander procession. Access to the 10-year campaign is facilitated by the integration of a large number of cards. In the aftermath of the biography, a brief glimpse into the time of the Diadoch Wars and the cultural and historical significance of the Alexanderzug is given.
  • Eudoxos & Co. - The beginnings of scientific astronomy: -Document (1.1) by Norbert Froese on Greek astronomy (Eudoxos, Aristarchos of Samos, Almagest, outlook on the early modern period)
  • NEW Ancient Sciences:
    - Introduction to Word document
    - Ptolemy: The Astronomical View of the World Zip Archive (9.4)
    - Ptolemy: The Geographical World View Zip Archive (43.5)
    - The globe and the circumference of the earth: How we came to know the shape of the earth and its real size Zip archive (29.4)
    - Ancient atomic physics: the historical continuity from ancient to modern atomic physics Zip archive (26.3)
    - Ancient biology: zoology and botany zip archive (20.9)
    - Intended: Ancient Mathematics
    From Dr. Alfred Stückelberger, Prof. em. Univ. Bern and high school teacher, the specialist in ancient natural sciences and especially for Ptolemy.
    You can suggest further topics!

  • Celts: Sanctuaries and human sacrifices: in connection with the discovery of a spectacular sanctuary in Vaud (five-page illustrated documentation; the images also separately larger and in color: as a zip archive)
    From Philipp Xandry
    Word 2004 Document (4.7) | Word 2008 Document (5.1) | -Document (3.5)
    Zip archive (8.6) Zip archive (3.5)

  • 40 maps that explain the Roman Empire: Map evolving over time on the subject of "The rise and fall of Rome", single maps on the development of the empire and on historical turning points, Pompeii, Roman culture, special maps on Roman Britain, on trade with India and China, on the decline of the empire and on further developments - etc., a rich collection for teaching.
  • Roman history and Roman literature in a historical context: brief tabular presentation
    By Christian Utzinger
    Word 2004 Document | Word 2008 Document | -Document (284)
  • Roman law: A short introduction, created for a presentation on the 1st Swiss Latin Day 2008 in Brugg. In PowerPoint slides, without the oral presentation text; Chapters 1 and 2 can easily be commented on by the teacher; Chapter 3, "Current Problems," Roman "Answers," is self-explanatory.
    From lic. iur. Niklaus Meier
    PowerPoint Document (7.9)
  • The Roman Constitution: Brief Overview of the Constitution from the Late Republican Period
    From Lucius Hartmann
    Word 2004 Document | Word 2008 document
  • "The Roman Calendar: Linking Language and Material Work": PowerPoint presentation in PDF format (62 slides, materials for a working group / AK of the DAV Congress 2010). Comprehensive collection of examples and explanations in clear representations of the life of ancient "calendar things" in modern languages. You can also pick out individual topics without any problems.
    From Walter Siewert
    PDF document (1.3)
  • Days of the Week and Planet Gods: PowerPoint presentation on the names and order of the days of the week (using Orbe's mosaic)
    By Anton Hafner †
    Zip archive (1.5)
  • Days of the week: Overview of the names of the days of the week in Latin, French, German and English
    From Lucius Hartmann
    Word 2004 Document | Word 2008 document
  • Materials for an excursion to Augst
    An excellent collection of 15 independent topics, which you can put together in modules according to your own decision, with lots of high-resolution images and plans (to be downloaded as a zip archive, 63 MB)
    From Philipp Xandry
    Due to copyright reasons, the sheets cannot be made generally accessible. If you are interested in a planned excursion, please send an email to Theo Wirth ([email protected]) or Lucius Hartmann ([email protected]).
  • On the Kaiseraugster silver treasure: The ancient texts on the Achilles plate.
    The representations on the plate form a coherent picture story without text. Behind it, however, a kind of normal version of the legend becomes tangible. That is why it makes sense to put the ancient tradition alongside the pictures.
    In addition, the latest "addition" to original Latin literature, a modest two-line on the new finds in the silver treasure, will be presented
    By Christoph Jungck
    -Document (124)
  • About the Roman school: an informational text with pictures by A. Lupert
    -Document (496)
  • Pompeii (1): General (administration, social structures, trade etc., Pliny letters, Vesuvius eruption from 79); the Italian house; Italic-Roman construction techniques, Pompeian wall painting, by Anton Hafner †.
    Excellent architecture and wall painting basics, with lots of pictures.
  • Pompeii (2): Working materials for the textbook phase, on history, house building and wall painting, with color pictures, sketches and plans as well as work proposals and tests (and additional materials for "Felix" users, including translation of Pliny letter 6, 16) by Silvio Bär .
    (The legends of the pictures for the work proposals are formatted as "hidden text" in the Word document)
    Word 2004 Document (1.2) | Word 2008 Document (4.3) | -Document With the captions (3), document without Captions (3)
  • Pompeii (3): Pompeii, Herculaneum and Campania in general, Paestum: materials for study trips to the Gulf of Naples and Paestum, by Anton Hafner †.
    Very rich and good materials. Particularly noteworthy and useful for the preparatory pupils are local maps with entered points that can be activated, which, when clicked, make the corresponding images and detailed maps accessible; if appropriate, the photographer's point of view is also given.
  • Pompeii (4): Pompeii, Herculaneum, Oplontis, Paestum: "Study trip to the Gulf of Naples / Paestum", guidelines for 19 student presentations, with all necessary information including primary and secondary literature, by Islème Sassi.
    As a supplement, reference is made to the easily accessible images in the materials by Anton Hafner and Silvio Bär (see the preceding information).
    -Document (0.3)