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Age, Gender and Status Divisions at Mealtime in the Roman House
A synopsis of the literary evidence.

Amazons in Greek Mythology
According to Greek mythology, Amazons were a warlike tribe of women descended from the god of war, Ares and the naiad Harmonia. They originated from the area around the Caucasus Range and settled on the bank of the Thermodon River in Pontus, Asia Minor and founded the town of Themiscyra on the coast of the Euxine (modern Terme, on the Black Sea coast of Turkey).

Amphoras Project
Information on plain, unglazed, ceramic storage containers, with two handles, mostly pointed at the bottom, used to carry wine, oil, fish, and other commodities around the ancient Mediterranean. AMPHORAS is making available part of the archive collected by Virginia R. Grace at the excavations of the Agora at Athens, as well as some additional materials.

Ancient Civilizations and Lost Cities

Ancient Greek World at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

Ancient Roman Place Names and Their Modern Equivalents
Have you ever wanted to know what the ancient Romans called your home town?

Apollonius Rhodius: An Electronic Bibliography

Apuleius, Apology

Arion

Armamentarium: The Book of Roman Arms and Armour

Art History on the Web
With headings for Greek Classical, Etruscan, Hellenistic, Roman, Early Christian, Byzantine, Medieval and Romanesque categories.

The Atrium

Babylonian and Egyptian Mathematics

Barbarians on the Greek Periphery? Origins of Celtic Art

"Best of" Gibbon's
Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire.

Bibliographia Archemedeana

Bibliographic Guide to Vergil's Aeneid

Bibliotheca Augustana

Bibliotheca Classica Selecta

Bibliotheca Latina

Byzantine Architectural Project

Byzatine Studies Conference

Cassiodorus

The Catalogue: Boon or Bane
Workshop on the publication of pottery.

Catholic Encyclopedia

La Casa Romana

Christian Topography of Cosmas Indicopleustes

Christus Rex et Redemptor Mundi
A private, non-profit organization dedicated to the dissemination of information on works of art preserved in churches, cathedrals and monasteries all over the world.

Chloris
Chloris is a searchable bibliography of the Bronze Age archaeology of mainland Greece and Crete. Its purpose is to fill a gap in the current bibliographies of this subject. Chloris is organized by site, that is, it allows one to search for published material concerning a specific site (e.g. Tiryns) or region (e.g. Argolid).

Le Cirque Romain d'Arles

Classical Myths, The Ancient Sources
This site is designed to draw together the ancient texts and images available on the Web concerning the major figures of Greek and Roman mythology.

Classical Studies Job Postings

Clemens' Canonical List of Romans

Comet of 44 B.C. and Caesar's Funeral Games

Compono: An Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Symposium

Congreso Internacional Ex Baetica Amphorae

Consortium for Latin Lexicography and Thesaurus Linguae Latinae

Coptic Orthodox Church of Egypt
From Boston University.

D. Anthony Storm's Web Site on Plato

Database for Archaeological Pottery

Database of Classical Bibliography

De Imperatoribus Romanis: An Online Encyclopedia of Roman Emperors
This site allow its users to retrieve short biographical essays of all the Roman emperors from the accession of the Emperor Augustus to the death of the Emperor Constantine XI Palaeologus.

De Re Coquinaria

Didaskalia: Ancient Theater Today
Electronic source for the latest developments in Greek and Roman drama, dance, and music as they are performed today.

Diotima: Women and Gender the Ancient World

Directory of Royal Genealogical Data
Includes Roman, Byzantine and Early Medieval material.

Duke Papyrus Archive
The Duke Papyrus Archive provides electronic access to texts about and images of 1,373 papyri from ancient Egypt. The target audience includes: papyrologists, ancient historians, archaeologists, biblical scholars, classicists, Coptologists, Egyptologists, students of literature and religion and all others interested in ancient Egypt.

Early Church Fathers

Ecole Initiative
A Hypertext Encyclopedia of Early Church History.

École Suisse d'Archéologie en Grèce

Egeria and the Fourth Century Liturgy of Jerusalem
Egeria's Description of the Liturgical Year in Jerusalem.

Electronic Beowulf
The Electronic Beowulf Project has assembled a huge database of digital images of the Beowulf manuscript and related manuscripts and printed texts. The archive already includes fiber-optic readings of hidden letters and ultraviolet readings of erased text in the early 11th-century manuscript; full electronic facsimiles of the indispensable 18th-century transcripts of the manuscript; and selections from important 19th-century collations, editions, and translations.

Eranos, Acta philologica Suecana

Form based query into Mediterranean basin database from ANU
Classical architecture of the Mediterranean basin.

FRANTIQ: Fichier de Recherche de l'Antiquité

Fratelli Alinari
The oldest photographic archive in the world.

Genealogical Guide to Greek Mythology

Geological Companion to Greece and the Aegean

Glossary of Rhetorical Terms with Examples

Gnomon: Bibliographische Datenbank

Graduate Education in Classics: A continuing discussion

Greek Civilization Home Page

Greek World of Mary Renault

Glossary of Literary Devices and Rhetorical Terms

Greek Font to Unicode Converter
Unicode is a single standard for representing all international character sets in a single font. Current fonts contain less than 200 characters, making it necessary to have a different font for every alphabet. Unicode fonts can contain tens of thousands of characters, enough a single font for Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, Japanese, and even Chinese. You'll have them all in one package.

The Gregory of Nyssa Homepage

Hellenic Ministry of Culture

Hellenistic Greek Linguistics Pages
Hellenistic Greek was the dialect of Greek spoken between 300 B.C. and 600 A.D. In particular, it was the language of the New Testament. These pages provide the premier resource for the scholarly study of the Hellenistic Greek language.

Historia Antigua

Home Pages of the Classicists

Homer and the Papyri
A database consisting of lists of published papyri and related items for the Iliad and the Odyssey, and a repertoire of the textual variants presented by this body of material, hypertextually linked to the lists of papyri.

Homosexuality in History - An [Partially] Annotated Bibliography

Histoire de l'art

History of Mathematics

The House of Ptolemy
An aid in the study of the Ptolemaic (Macedonian-based Greek), Roman Imperial (Greco-Roman), and Byzantine rulers of Egypt based in Alexandria, this site is intended for all classicists and students of Hellenistic history. The House of Ptolemy web site concentrates on the Ptolemies and their world, from 331 - 30 BCE.

The History of Plumbing

I, Claudius
I, Claudius is a 1976 BBC production created in association with London Film Productions Limited. The 13-part series is based on Robert Graves' novel of the same name and its sequel Claudius the God.

Images from History

Images of Orality and Literacy in Greek Iconography of the Fifth, Fourth and Third Centuries BCE

Internet Classics Archive
Searchable collection of 440 classical Greek and Latin texts, as well as select Chinese, Persian, and other classical works (all in English translation) by 50 different authors, with user-provided commentary and trivia sections.

Illustrated, Annotated Bulfinch's Mythology

Imperium Romanorum

Infimae Aetatis
A Textual Data Bank of Late Antique and Medieval Inscriptions.

Internet Ancient History Guide

Interpreting Ancient Manuscripts
The main focus of the web is on the process used to study the ancient manuscripts upon which the New Testament is based. While the language discussed is Greek, almost everything is explained with transliterations into English and, where applicable,
translations from standard English Bibles.

IRIS
University of Cincinnati Classics Slide Collection.

Library of Congress Vatican Exhibit

Lee's Useless Decimal to Roman Numeral Converter

Loeb Classical Library

Ludovisi and Boston Thrones

Maecenas: images of ancient Greece and Rome

Mithraic Material from David Ulansey

Mothers of Time: Seven Palaeolithic Figurines from the Louis Alexandre Jullien Collection

Mythology in Western Art
The object of this project-- Mythmedia--is to form a collection of art images relating to Classical mythology.

MiamiMOO Project
Constructing a virtual space for the study of ancient religion.

Monumenta Germaniae Historica

Mount Athos Greek Manuscripts Catalog: The Philotheou Monastery Project

Navigare Necesse Est

NILE: Northern Illustrated Lectures in Egyptology

Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project

Nestor

NINO: Netherlands Institute for the Near East
Founded in 1939, the NINO has been publishing journals, monographs and other books dealing with the Near East ever since. It houses an extensive library and is host to the departments of Assyriology and Egyptology of Leiden University. In addition, it carries out research programmes in various branches of Near East studies.

Nom en Hieroglyphes
Your name in hieroglyphs.

Oculus: an eyeful of the Roman world

Online Medieval and Classical Library
The Online Medieval and Classical Library (OMACL) is a collection of some of the most important literary works of Classical and Medieval civilization.

Orb: Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies

Period and Style for Designers

Presocratic Philosophers

Professor George E. Mylonas Expedition to Mycenae

Papyrology Home Page

Parthenon Marbles: An Introduction

Perseus Project

Petronian Society Ancient Novel Page

Phaistos Disk Cracked

Ploutarchos: The Website of the International Plutarch Society

Pomoerium: Studia Et Commentarii Ad Orbem Classicvm Spectantia

Projekt Dyabola

QTVR Interface to the Perseus Project

Recent Ovidian Bibliography

Registry of Mediterranean Pottery
RMP is a preliminary effort to organize ceramic evidence from the ancient Mediterranean into a consistent and flexible database.

Resource Page for Biblical Studies

Return of Odysseus and the Elements of Euclid

Rijksdienst voor het Oudheidkundig Bodemonderzoek

Roman Ball Games

Roman Calendar

Roman Ceramics

Roman Coins of the Early Empire

Roman Military Sites in Britain
An introduction to the fortresses, forts, watchtowers, temporary camps, depots and industrial sites, built by the Roman Army in Britain. Plus background material on the Roman Army and the military history of the province.

Roman Orgy

Romanae Antiquae: an informal look at the lives of women in ancient Rome

Romans Page
An Informal Look at the Lives of Women in Ancient Rome.

Romulus Project

Sciences de l'Antiquité

Scrolls from the Dead Sea: The Ancient Library of Qumran and Modern Scholarship

Second Temple Synagogues
This site is devoted to the study of Second Temple Synagogues--that is, synagogues which existed prior to the Temple's destruction in 70 CE.

Seven Wonders of the Ancient World

Slide Shows with Images from the Perseus Project

Stone Pages
Stone circles, dolmens, standing stones, cairns, barrows and hillforts.

Syllecta Classica

Symposium on Mediterranean Archaeology

Synopsis
An index to the scholarly publications on Greek Studies for the benefit of those who work in the field. Research and review journals, conference proceedings, books, monographs and dissertations (about 9,000 for the year 1992, 13,000 for 1993) are indexed in the areas of Classical, Hellenistic, Biblical Greek, Byzantine, Medieval and Modern Greek Studies without defining precisely their lines of separation. The Journal will also publish occasionally reviews and bibliographical studies, calls for papers and announcements of scholarly conferences.

Tel el Amarna Collection of M. A. Mansoor

Texts, Authors, Contexts: Graduate Student Conference in the Classics

Thesaurus Linguae Graecae
The Thesaurus Linguae Graecae (TLG) is an electronic data bank of ancient Greek literature from Homer (8th century B.C.) to 600 A.D. with historiographical, lexicographical and scholiastic texts from the period between 600 and 1453 A.D.

TITUS: Thesaurus Indogermanischer Text - und Sprachmaterialien

Traditio

Traditions of Magic in Late Antiquity

Translation in Context

University of Michigan Papyrus Digitization Project

US Epigraphy Project
A Catalogue of Greek & Latin Inscriptions in the USA.

Víteliú: The Languages of Ancient Italy

Waseda University Egyptian Expedition

World Archaeological Congress

World Art Treasures

Xenophon Homepage


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