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Daedalus and fallen Icarus.  Tommaso Piroli (engraver), from Antiquités d’Herculanum vol. 3, published by Francesco and Pietro Piranesi, Paris, 1804.

Daedalus and fallen Icarus. Tommaso Piroli (engraver), from Antiquités d’Herculanum vol. published by Francesco and Pietro Piranesi, Paris,

Minos Palace of Knossis-where stories were written about battles with a Minotaur and Icarus who flew to the sun with wax wings....

Minos Palace of Knossis-where stories were written about battles with a Minotaur and Icarus who flew to the sun with wax wings.

Bukovac, Vlaho Faggioni (1855-1922) Dedalus and Icarus Date: Not dated Movement: Academic Art Theme: Mythology Technique: Oil on canvas Museum: National Museum in Belgrade Location: Belgrade, Serbia

Bukovac, Vlaho Faggioni Dedalus and Icarus Date: Not dated Movement: Academic Art Theme: Mythology Technique: Oil on canvas Museum: National Museum in Belgrade Location: Belgrade, Serbia

The British Museum | Roxxas Designs - 'Throughout the whole of the Ancient Greek section of the British Museum I could only find one sculpture of Icarus. This was a 8cm tall Bronze figure.' http://roxxasdesigns.blogspot.co.uk/2011/10/british-museum.html

I visited the British Museum to gather inspiration and a combination of facts and information regarding Greek history.

The Greek Mythological Story of Icarus and Daedalus teaches us a great lesson about not undermining the advice from experienced experts. Icarus did not follow the advice by his father Daedalus to not to fly too high, and subsequently met with a fatal accident. Good leaders always leverage the good advice from the experts, in order to advance.

The Greek Mythological Story of Icarus and Daedalus teaches us a great lesson about not undermining the advice from experienced experts. Icarus did not follow the advice by his father Daedalus to not to fly too high, and subsequently met with a fatal accident. Good leaders always leverage the good advice from the experts, in order to advance.

Excellent way to explain paragraph structure

aligned with Common Core Writing Standards 1 & 2 - I would switch the roof and foundation. I think it makes more sense to build from the bottom up. The topic sentence should be the foundation and the closing sentence should protect your paragraph.

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