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Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar
A translation of the classic grammar textbook, Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar, into hypertext.

Ancient Civilization Web Site

Anth 1101 Human Origins Website

Archaeology: An Introduction - An electronic companion
A selection of Internet links to supplement Kevin Greene's book Archaeology: an introduction (1995).

Augstine Seminar at the University of Pennsylvania

Classics On-line Course Database
Database of links to online Classics-related syllabi and course materials, brought to you by the Classics, Teaching and Technology Subcommittee of the APA. This resource was created in order to simplify the process of finding on-line Classics syllabi and other course resources by storing information about them in a central location. Its primary purpose is to enable faculty members and instructors in Classics and related disciplines to share syllabi and other course materials.

CyberLatin
Online Modular Instructional Supplements

Daily Life Course Notes
(Classics 220)

Greek History
A collection of resources for the study of ancient Greek history. These pages are designed primarily for members of Classics 371/History 391, offered in the fall of 1997 at Reed College in Portland, Oregon, USA.

Internet Resources for Latin Teachers

Introduction to Ancient Egypt
In the coming Winter/Spring Semester 1998, the Education Program of The Oriental Institute Museum is pleased to sponsor a complete eighteen-week, adult education course on the history and culture of ancient Egypt—taught entirely on the Internet. Entitled, Introduction to Ancient Egypt, this course combines the use of the World Wide Web with an electronic discussion group to create a virtual classroom for interactive, long-distance adult education.

An Introduction to Roman Archaeology
(Archaeology 102)

Latin Course
Perseus Project – Tufts University.

The Midle East: From the Roman Empire to the Mongol Invasions
(History 372)

New Tools for Teaching by James J. O'Donnell.

Prehistoric Archaeology of the Aegean
This site contains information about the prehistoric archaeology of the Aegean. Through a series of lessons and illustrations, it traces the cultural evolution of humanity in the Aegean basin from the era of hunting and gathering (Palaeolithic-Mesolithic) through the early village farming stage (Neolithic) and the formative period of Aegean civilization into the age of the great palatial cultures of Minoan Crete and and Mycenaean Greece.

Resource Center for Roman history at Indiana University

Software for Classics from Oxford
Wingreek 1.9, Kalos, Greek Macros, Scholars Press fonts, Lingua Latina, Anaxiphorminx, …

A Visual Tour Through Late Antiquity
With an emphasis on Gaul and the time of Gregory of Tours - HIST 4505, Topics in Medieval History.

VRoma: A Virtual Community for the Teaching of Classics

World Cultures: An Internet Classroom and Anthology
World Cultures is the culmination of over two years of web-based teaching and learning. The site combines the reading and course materials of two World Cultures courses taught using web-based materials since Fall of 1994. The site is now expanding into a larger resource for a larger population and distribution of students and will eventually consist of a rich anthology of readings, a complete set of textbook materials, a set of interrelated learning modules, and a finished glossary.


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