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Interactive video lesson plan for: Built for the Stone Age - part four: Engagement Rings

Activity overview:

A silly story in which Zeus shows you foolish mortals that evolution of instinct can have a profound influence on culture (and possibly vice versa). Our hero tries to seduce women, as Zeus keeps altering their instincts.

An engagement ring may seem like a romantic thing, but actually it's a deposit put down on a business and genetic deal. Men may demand them to seal a contract, and women might too - see why!

www.LloydianAspects.co.uk

Tagged under: comedy,human,evolution,gene,instinct,psychology,horrible,histories,engagement,ring,zeus,culture,tradition,marriage,lloyd,seduce,judge,marr

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