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    Book of Ancient Greeks

    In Lesson 1, the Student Guide says that the Sea Kings were invaders of Knossos. In the text, the term sea-king is used to describe the king of Knossos and they say that the identity of the invaders of Knossos is unknown.
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    Re: Book of Ancient Greeks

    Originally posted by jen1134 View Post
    In Lesson 1, the Student Guide says that the Sea Kings were invaders of Knossos. In the text, the term sea-king is used to describe the king of Knossos and they say that the identity of the invaders of Knossos is unknown.
    Yes, the term should be "Sea Peoples," not "Sea Kings." Unfortunately, Mills does not teach the term "Sea Peoples" so I would either give the answer to your student, as it is the answer to Identify #6 on Test One, or just skip both the term and that question on the test. We'll probably cut the term in the next reprint. Thank you for catching this!
    Michael
    Memoria Press

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