This category lists sites and pages devoted to the Ancient world, from the dawn of civilization to the fall of the Western Roman Empire in 476 CE (including the so-called "Antique" or "Classical" periods of Europe). The civilizations of ancient Rome, Egypt, Greece and Macedonia (including Minos and Mycenae), Mesopotamia (including Sumeria, Babylonia, and Assyria), and Persia (including Media, Pathia, and Sassania) are included here. Other Bronze Age civilizations, such as the ancient civilizations of the Americas, Africa, and the Orient, are linked to this category as well.
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Weaving the various ancient civilizations together in one narrative.
Photographs and information on burial chambers, chalk figures, henges, hill forts, mounds, roads, and settlements..
Collected materials and essays.
The British Museum uses objects in its collection to explore the cities, buildings technology, trade, religion and writing of the ancient world. Includes maps.
A source for on-line text documents.
Electronic texts on civilizations including maps..
Links to associations, museums, and ancient civilizations
Includes information on several civilizations and message forums with additional features to subscribers.
Quarterly journal of archaeological research with an archive, gallery, FAQ, events and announcement, and reviews.
A comprehensive source of information for classical studies incorporating various aspects of Greek mythology, Roman history, Roman life and Latin vocabulary and derivatives.
An online text that explores the theory of ancient times and dawn of mankind, and includes translations of several ancient texts from Sumer, Babylonia, the Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, and sacred texts.
Explores the art, biographies, daily life, maps, pictures, and research of the ancient and prehistoric world.
Links to visual and aural material with emphasis on access to primary source texts for educational purposes.
Article and photographs on sites, cities, civilizations, and empires.
A comprehensive site on ancient Iran from the time of Achaemenids through the Parthians to the Sassanids, and includes articles, images, forum and links to resources.
Using computer generated imagery, explore Herod's masterpiece in Judea.
Moderated for discussion for times up to circa 600 C.E.
Articles about ancient history for beginners.
Articles about classical history, mythology, language and literature, and learn more about the many fascinating figures of the ancient world.
Articles about classical history, mythology, language and literature, and learn more about the many fascinating figures of the ancient world.
Articles about ancient history for beginners.
Quarterly journal of archaeological research with an archive, gallery, FAQ, events and announcement, and reviews.
Links to visual and aural material with emphasis on access to primary source texts for educational purposes.
Collected materials and essays.
Photographs and information on burial chambers, chalk figures, henges, hill forts, mounds, roads, and settlements..
Weaving the various ancient civilizations together in one narrative.
A source for on-line text documents.
Using computer generated imagery, explore Herod's masterpiece in Judea.
A comprehensive site on ancient Iran from the time of Achaemenids through the Parthians to the Sassanids, and includes articles, images, forum and links to resources.
Article and photographs on sites, cities, civilizations, and empires.
Includes information on several civilizations and message forums with additional features to subscribers.
Electronic texts on civilizations including maps..
A comprehensive source of information for classical studies incorporating various aspects of Greek mythology, Roman history, Roman life and Latin vocabulary and derivatives.
The British Museum uses objects in its collection to explore the cities, buildings technology, trade, religion and writing of the ancient world. Includes maps.
Explores the art, biographies, daily life, maps, pictures, and research of the ancient and prehistoric world.
Moderated for discussion for times up to circa 600 C.E.
An online text that explores the theory of ancient times and dawn of mankind, and includes translations of several ancient texts from Sumer, Babylonia, the Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, and sacred texts.
Links to associations, museums, and ancient civilizations

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