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Trinity News : July 2008
Artefactual Facts TRINITY NEWS 29 My Family Artefact by Dunstan Lam 3W My family artefact is an ancient Wyvern made out of stone and glass. My artefact is 11 years old. My artefact is important to me because it was my Grandmother’s gift from my Grandfather. In the future I might give it to my kids and they might give it to their kids. My Family Artefact by Kerry Wu 3W My family artefact is an abacus. It is an olden-day calculator. A long time ago there were no batteries to run a calculator so an abacus was used. My artefact is about 8 years old. My artefact is important to me because I will pass the artefact onto my son or daughter. My artefact is important for the future because I can use it if I don’t have a calculator. My Family Artefact by Austin Marandos 3W My family artefact is a cross made out of wood. My artefact is about 30 years old. My artefact is important to me because we always take it with us when we go on holidays. My artefact will be important to me in the future because I will give it to my children.