One of the best things about going to an international school in Greece is having the opportunity to see and learn about some of antiquity's most significant artifacts. Ms. Gaki's Middle School EFL Social Studies students visited the National Archaeological Museum of Athens as part of their field study of the Bronze Age and Classical Era of Greece. Among the artifacts they saw were the Mask of Agamemnon, the bronze statue of Zeus, and the incredible Antyikythera Mechanism, the oldest known example of an analog computer used to predict astronomical positions and eclipses decades in advance, created in the 2nd century BC.