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Surgical Instruments from Ancient Rome     View
Provides photos, Latin names and descriptions of medical instruments from ancient Rome from the University of Virginia Health Sciences Library Historical Collection.

Maya Adventure     View
Includes a virutal tour of famous Maya sites and related activities.

City of David     View
Take a virtual tour of Jerusalem's Old City and see the archaeological sites, panoramic photos of the city, and a timeline showing its history. The site also has a virtual model of the temple built by King Solomon, facts about the new city, and infor ...

Diotima: Materials for the Study of Women and Gender in the Ancient World     View
According to Plato's "Symposium," Socrates learned about Eros from a woman named Diotima. The visitor to this site can learn about this and other topics related to the ancient world. The focus is on women and gender issues among Greek, Roma ...     View
Good introductory Web site on ancient Egypt, including pharaohs, clip art, pyramids, queens, King Tut, mummies, art, religion, gods, hieroglyphs, societies, and the Sphinx. Each topic has extended essays and further links. Searchable and browsable, w ...

Gateway to Korea: Library     View
A collection of downloadable resources about Korean culture, history, food, religion and more. Includes videos, slides and publications from the Korean Overseas Information Center

The Roman Army: A Bibliography     View
A lengthy bibliography of materials covering the Roman army, compiled by a professional scholar. An excellent starting point for research.

Anthropology in the News     View
Links to free news stories published on the web, in suject areas such as archaeology, bioanthropology, lingustics, and social and cultural history. Includes links to video news reports.

The British Museum: Ancient Egypt     View
Information about Egyptian life, geography, gods and goddesses, mummification, pharaohs, pyramids, temples, time, trades, and writing. Each section includes a story, a nonlinear presentation of information ("Explore"), and an activity to de ...

Collapse: Why Do Civilizations Fall?     View
A site that explores the decline of four ancient civilizations: the Maya, the early civilization of Mesopotamia, Chaco Canyon (the Anasazi of the Southwestern United States), and the Mali and Songhai of western Africa. The methods used by archaeologi ...




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