Categories include art and architecture; buildings, monuments and
cities; daily life; history; language and literature; law and philosophy;
myth and religion.
the Greek and Roman World
An introduction to the Classical Atlas Project and a list of FAQs.
Includes a list of useful classical history and map sites and a
bibliography relating to the project
The first part of this classic work deals with The Age of Fable
- the religions of Ancient Greece and Rome. Contents include Prometheus
and Pandora, Midas, Pygmalion, Cupid and Psyche, the Trojan War,
the Iliad, the adventures of Ulysses, and just about everything
you might want to read about.
and Gender in the Ancient World
According to a passage in Plato's "Symposium," Socrates learned
about Eros from a woman named Diotima. The visitor to this site
can learn about Eros, Diotima, Socrates, and a host of other topics
related to the ancient world. The focus is on women and issues of
gender among the Greeks, Romans, Egyptians, and other ancient cultures.
Hosted by the University of Kentucky Classics Department.
"Exploring Ancient World Cultures is a 'textbook' of ancient world
cultures, constructed around a series of cultural pages consisting
of: The Ancient Near East, Ancient India, Ancient Egypt, Ancient
China, Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, Early Islam, and Medieval Europe.
The site features an anthology, chronology, essays, maps, and an
interactive quiz for each of the cultures. If you're wanting to
further explore ancient cultures, use Argos, a limited area search
engine that taps into a database of peer-reviewed Web sites.
Ancient History Sourcebook
The Internet Ancient History Sourcebook is a companion to the Internet
Medieval Sourcebook and the Internet Modern History Sourcebook.
The Ancient History Sourcebook includes links to visual and aural
material. The emphasis remains on access to primary source texts
for educational purposes
Extensive collection of resources for studying the ancient world
includes ancient Greek and Latin texts and translations, maps, illustrated
art catalogs, essays, and more. Search by keyword or browse by topic
(art, archaeology, atlas, texts, text tools, historical overview,
encyclopedia, essays and catalogs). From Tufts University
Wonders of the Ancient World
The Wonders are listed in chronological order: Great Pyramid of
Giza, Hanging Gardens of Babylon, Statue of Zeus at Olympia, Temple
of Artemis at Ephesus, Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, Colossus of Rhodes,
and Lighthouse of Alexandria . Descriptions are linked to more pictures
or to significant places around the Web.