New! The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle
Originally compiled on the orders of King Alfred the Great, approximately A.D. 890, and subsequently maintained and added to by generations of anonymous scribes until the middle of the 12th Century. The original language is Anglo-Saxon (Old English), but later entries are essentially Middle English in tone.
Translation by Rev. James Ingram (London, 1823), with additional readings from the translation of Dr. J.A. Giles (London, 1847).
New! Athens: Its Rise and Fall, Complete by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
The work, a portion of which is now presented to the reader, has occupied me many years--though often interrupted in its progress, either by more active employment, or by literary undertakings of a character more seductive. These volumes were not only written, but actually in the hands of the publisher before the appearance, and even, I believe, before the announcement of the first volume of Mr. Thirlwall's History of Greece, or I might have declined going over any portion of the ground cultivated by that distinguished scholar .
Forum Romanum Proyect
Forum Romanum is a collaborative project among scholars, teachers, and students with the broad purpose of bringing classical scholarship out of college libraries and into a more accessible, online medium.
Toward this end, Forum Romanum actively contributes to the body of information available online, publishing texts, translations, articles, and other pedagogical resources. We also make a point of highlighting important materials that are available elsewhere, in order to present a real picture of the state of classical scholarship
online." Maintained by David Camden.
Rome in the Year 320
This site presents visitors with a 3-D tour through what Rome probably looked like in the year 320.
Ancient World mapping Center
The Ancient World Mapping Center exists to promote cartography and geographic information science as essential disciplines within the field of ancient studies. The staff and affiliates of the Center work to advance the study of the ancient world through innovative and collaborative research, teaching, and community outreach activities using cartography, geographic information science, and historical geography." http://www.archpark.org.il/ Time line. Excellent
Pleiades gives scholars, students and enthusiasts worldwide the ability to use, create and share historical geographic information about the Greek and Roman World in digital form. Get information about ancient places .
Pleiades is a joint project of the Ancient World Mapping Center, the Stoa Consortium and the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World. It is supported by its institutional partners, and by the U.S. National Endowment for the Humanities.
The Jerusalem Archeological Park Timeline: 4500 BC - 1917 AD
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Free Maps for Sudents
Outlines of Roman History
by William C.
Morey, Ph.D., D.C.L. New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: American Book
Corpus Scxriptorum Latinorum, A digital Library of Roman Literature
Surgical Instruments in
Greek and Roman Times, by
by John Stewart Milne, M.A.,
M.D. Aberd. Oxford: Clarendon Press (1907).
The Private Life of the Romans by Harold Whetstone Johnston, Revised by Mary Johnston, Scott, Foresman and Company (1903, 1932)
2. Roman Names
3. Marriage and Women
4. Children and Education
5. Slaves and Dependents
6. The House and Furniture
7. Dress and Ornaments
8. Food and Meals
10. Travel and Correspondence
11. Sources of Income
12. Farming and Country Life
13. Town Life
14. Funeral Customs
15. The Roman Religion
16. The Water Supply of Rome
The Thirteenth Tribe
Herodotus (484-ca. 425 BCE), the 'Father of History,' wrote this account of the ephocal conflict between the Greeks and Persians between 430 and 424 BCE. The title of the work, 'Historie' means 'Inquiry.' Subsequently it became the name of the science of history, and via Latin passed into other languages including English.
An Account of Egypt by Herodotus (Full text)
Latin America in the New World Order
A series of international meetings and seminars held in Latin America and elsewhere in 1990-1991 indicate a common evaluation of the nature of Latin America's crisis, its dominant tendencies and counter-tendencies, and a constellation of surprisingly coinciding alternatives. All this takes place at a historical moment dominated by the crisis of model and theory as well as of an alternative vision of society and history itself. (See ARGENTINA)
The Educational Gazette(EG) is a collaborative, computer-supported House Organ journal published by EMTF. In order to support the process of collaborative work, contributors with different backgrounds and living in different regions of the world are welcome.
Contributions to EG focus on essays, reviews, debates and interviews about educational issues and their related subjects. It is aimed at keen or studious readers all over the world. Contributions made by representatives of the various fields of knowledge are welcome.
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