Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Blog due May 23

I found a ring!
 Who do you think it belongs to and what is the story of the ring?

43 comments:

  1. A rich and wealthy ancient Greek lost this ring and then I found it.

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  2. That ring looks like a dog ate it and barfed it out a few times. I bet some of those people who lived a really long time ago made it. Cool ring though. I wonder how much it's worth.

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  3. This ring belong to a black smith name Kleta. He got it from his wife Ann be for she died 2 days age. one day the forge claps the black smith died. But now he is with his wife.

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  4. This ring was suppose to be for my lovely wife it was my 2nd ring I made that day. And he stole it.

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  5. I think this ring belonged to a person who lived during the time of ancient Greece. Probably, someone who was wealthy; because it was typically rulers and powerful people who wore such things.

    I think the story of the ring is about an event that happened where the owner of the ring lost it. Perhaps, during a battle or conflict of some kind.

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  6. I think this ring belonged to the king of ancient Greece. I saw this on his hand when i met him last month at his birthday party.





    (ok i know this sounds weird but i could not think of anything else to write so hahah)

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  7. A man in ancient Greece gives his wife the ring, they are both dead now but the ring has been passed throw the family for generations.

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  8. i think this ring belongs to a girl the king of ancient Greece married he gave it to her for her birth day.

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  9. "The ring belongs to me, thank you," I snap at my ex-friend. She ripped it off my finger a minute ago, then asked who's it was.
    "Oh, it's yours? I'm sorry, but your no one. Therefore, it can't belong to you."
    My father works for the King, so he is pretty wealthy. The ring is gold, and it has my last name inscribed into it. it is very special.
    "It has my last name on it! Give it back now!" I scream at her.
    "What is this nonsense?" booms a mans voice. We are in the market.
    "She stole my ring," I say, pointing to the girl who just stole it, named Mari.
    "And... How is this important?" He fires back......

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    1. "It's mine that's why!" I scream at the beefy man. He is at least a foot taller than me. He smells like moldy cheese. Just had lunch probably. "Jeez people! What is wrong with you? It's made out of gold!..." Then I stare at him. He has the sign of a royal guard. Oh crap. " Are you the daughter of Penizan?" He booms and spit flies out at me. "Yes." I answer. "You're coming with me." He grabs me by the arm roughly. Mari smiles with a evil grin.

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  10. It probably belonged to a wealthy person from ancient times. I bet it fell of somewhere and then they couldn't find it. It is probably worth a lot of many since it looks like gold maybe you should bring it to the pawn shop.

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  11. Some days I wished I could just fly away leaving my world of anger on the ground below. Now I can when I am wearing this ring I just say kleta and presto I am flying . . .

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  12. It belongs to the king. He lost it at a market and a peasant found it.

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  13. Oh, that's my ring, thanks for finding it! I was being cooked a fancy meal by some peasants, when suddenly I looked down, and the ring was gone. I thought it was stolen, so I had the castle I lived in locked down. Everyone was searched by the police, and questioned. I know this seems like a lot for a ring, but come on, I'm a King.

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  14. My name is Johnny Atom and I am an archeologist that digs things up from ancient Greece. I was working when I chipped into this golden ring. I didn't tell my co-workers because I thought it would be worth something! :)

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  15. This is the ring of the gods that has been lost for thousands of years but know it has been uncovered many years later. "We gods know that this is our ring that we have been looking for for many years". Know it is in the hands of the humans and we must get it back......

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  16. I don't remember where I found this ring. It was a long time ago it must of been, because that was when It was still following me.
    Oh my god.
    Why am I telling you this.
    you could be the Its leaders.
    They could find me any second.
    No.
    I can feel its presences.
    It. Is. Coming.
    It will do anything to get the Ring Of The Gods.
    You.
    You Exposed me.
    Nooooooooooooooo...
    It has me.

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  17. it is a gift from a man to a woman and the man lost his way hoe trying to get it to her and was forever lost on the island of the lost village

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  18. that is my ring i am alexander the great i lost it to a thief that hid it before i had him executed

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  19. it was a gift from my grandmother, she said that every grandmother gives there grand daughter. She don't me a story I kinda spaced and didn't listen but she said that it was supposed to keep our family from getting a bad curse but I kept it just in case she wasn't that crazy.

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  20. I am the ruler of Athens and this is my ring that shows that I am king. It was given to me from my father who was also a ruler.

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  21. I FOUND A RING!!!!!!!!!!!!! this very special ring belongs to the most powerfull and strongest gods in egypt. the story of this ring is the great and powerful god earned this ring for being the most powerfull god ever and for protecting this state for so long.
    But some people wanted him gone so they killed him one day and and the ring got lost for thousands of years untill now.

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  22. I FOUND A RING. i think it belongs to the gods and the gods had to earn it by being powerful and strong

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  23. this ring is my ring" are you arguing with the doctor !? no.then go.
    the ring truely is mine it was my great grand poops.long story.
    ive had it for a while my great grand poop gave it to my mom she gave it to me before she..

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  24. This is the messages gods ring. It is the one that he uses to syne the letters. It is the mark of the gods.

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  25. THAT IS MY RING!!!!!!!... I am Poseidon god of the sea. That was my ring until some punk stole it from me I almost got him with my trident but I missed. I don't know how he got down to Atlantis but he did. Now I have to get my Brother Zeus to Electrify him.

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  26. Just yesterday I was wondering along the cobblestone streets just the other day when i stumbled across a ring so I picked it up and all of a sudden I hear people yelling and running my way so i dropped the ring and ran....why was this ring so important why were the people chasing me because i had it...my mind was filled with questions as I continued running away from the people chasing me.....
    ADD ON!

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  27. This is an ancient piece of jewelry made by ancient Greeks.

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  28. hey you found my ring my name is Jataka
    what is the meaning of this that has my first and last name on it in greek!!!!!!!!!!!

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  29. The ring belonged to a king and he was a really rich and and mean and keep all of the big rings in the town.

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  30. I can't believe I found this ring it's so beautiful the gold reminds me of... oh my gosh this is the ring of Athena! Only the Aristocrat is supposed to have this after the Dark Ages my family was forced into slavery. We owed some money to the bank because my father needed a piece of bread and the banker gave him one but of course in court he denied it all. Saying that my father stole the bread from him and poof we were slaves before you could say bread. I better put this ring away or someone might see me and think I have a family full of thieves.

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  31. Veronica: What do you think your doing with my ring?
    Greg: What do you mean this is my ring?
    Veronica: Thats my ring for sure and i know it because it has my name on it!
    Greg: You have no right to accuse someone for something they didnt do.
    Veronica: My father has passed this on to me. its the only thing i have left of him. And if you think you can ruin someones life by taking away their only pride and joy? Then your a complete jerk. I swear if you dont give that ring back to me you will be punished.
    Greg: If you want your precios ring back your gonna have to do a little favor for me.
    Veronica: And what may that be?
    Greg: you have to go to the castle, get past the gaurds and slaves, take this amulet that i must give you right now, and place it in the chest on the right of the table with the letter on it stating that the king of Greece has been out of town at the bahamas. Then i will give you your ring.

    So Veronica takes the amulet and throughs it in the Sea Of Marmara and when she returns...

    Veronica: Its all settled and done with.
    Greg: Okay here is your ring.

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    1. veronica: RUNNNN!
      SOMETHING HURDLES AT GREG!

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  32. I found this ring when i was out exploring. At first I had no clue what the ring meant. I thought it was just an old junky ring that someone had lost a few weeks ago, so when I found it I just shrugged and tossed it in my pocket. The next day when I was putting my pants on to do another day of exploring the ring fell out. I took the ring and put it back in my pocket. But this time I was heading to the flea market. When I arrived I went to the 7th row took a left and then a right to the old man with the shack. I have heard stories that he can see anything and tell you what it is. so I went up to him to ask him what the ring was and where it came from. I took it out of my pocket and showed him. At first when he took it to examine it he looked suspicious. But as he looked at it a smile started to spread across his face until it was touching his ears. Then he said in a old craggy voice "my dear boy you have found an extraordinary thing. You have found the most precious thing in Ancient Greece. All of the world class explorers have been looking for this ring for decades. You my boy are one lucky boy. This ring is King Hazrads wedding ring for his wife, the queen of Greece.

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  33. This rig I bet belonged to a king that was a great ruler. It was made as a gift from another ruler. It is made of iron that was painted god. The ruler gave this ring to the king as a joke, three months later the king found out an started a war, the other ruler won and threw the kings ring in the river and killed him. After 3000 years the ring was found.

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  34. I think that this ring belonged to Zues and he dropped it from the sky and know body found it until yesterday when I was digging a hole for the new tree I am getting I cant tell what it says because it is not in english

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  35. This ring belongs to my great-great-great-great-great-great (and so on) aunt Athena. This ring has been passed down for generations and generations and this is the day that I have gotten the ring because my lovely husband proposed to me and we are planning to travel to Greece and have our wedding there. My grandmother has told me wondrous stories about the beautiful and powerful Athena. I just can't believe that I am related to her. Well that's enough for my journal now.
    Sincerely,
    Athena the 6783

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  36. This is my ring my grandmother gave it to me when I was 2 and when I was 3 I lost it and I have been looking for it sense now im 18 and I found it the best day of my life I found it.

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  37. thank you so much for finding my ring that is all i have left of my wife.
    she was a servant to the king next thing you know they feed her to the lions!

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  38. This is my ring.I lost it a long time ago and a man finnally found it. It was my aunts and it is worth a lot of money.

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  39. I think ti is a ring made of soled gold probably for a rich person.

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    1. The gold ring says loyal to god and I think it belonged to a priest

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  40. It was a man who was in the woar and lost there ring and tryed to find it but he could not find it and gave up........................................

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