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Name and LinkDescriptionType (Images, Bibliography, Ref, Secondary Sources, Texts, Translations, Maps, Commentary)TopicsCity/ RegionLevel (Beginner, Mid Level, Expert)Date AccessedAdded by
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ACHMETHome to a variety of sources for studying the ancient Persian Empire. Quite comprehensive.Bibliography, Maps, Images, Secondary Sources, Texts, TranslationsGeneralPersian EmpireMid Level-Expert11-29-19L. Huber
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Ancient City of AthensIntroductory material to the city of ancient Athens, including images, essays, and bibliography.Images, Bibliography, Secondary SourcesArchaeology, Architecture, UrbanAthensBeginner11-29-19L. Huber
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Ancient Graffitti ProjectDatabase for searching graffiti in Herculaneum and Pompeii.Texts, InscriptionsGraffiti, Sex, Gender, Urban, ArchaeologicalPompeii and HerculaneumMid Level11-29-19L. Huber
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Ancient History SourcebookCollection of links to relevant primary sources in translation. Categorized for ease of access.Texts, TranslationsGeneralBeginner11-29-19L. Huber
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Ancient World Mapping CenterAn ongoing collection of resources related to the ancient mapping project at UNC Chapel Hill. Includes some helpful maps, but not the easiest site to navigate.Bibliography, Images, Secondary Sources, MapsGeographyMediterraneanMid Level-Expert11-29-19L. Huber
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Antique Roman DishesAn old site with ancient Roman recipes.TranslationsFood, Drink, Everyday LifeBeginner11-29-19L. Huber
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Associations in the Greco Roman WorldCollection of online resources related to ancient Mediterranean associatons curated by Philip A. Harland and others. Includes associations organized by geographic location.Texts, ImagesEveryday Life, Urban, General, Social StructureMediterraneanMid Level3-14-20L.Huber
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AWOL: Ancient World OnlineBlog with information about online resources, including open access journals.Bibliography, Secondary SourcesGeneralBeginner-Mid Level11-29-19L. Huber
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Bible OdysseyCreated by the Society of Biblical Literature this site includes short introductions to topics related to the Bible in its historical context. The entries are written by scholars. Includes links to a few Bible translations, including the NRSV, images, and maps.Ref, Images, Secondary Sources, Texts, Images, MapsGeneral, Texts, Religion, MythBeginner11-29-19L. Huber
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Biolmolecular Archaeology ProjectPersonal website for a biomolecular archaeologist with information about ancient fermented beverages, food, etc.RefFood, Drink, Everyday LifeBeginner11-29-19L. Huber
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Chicago HomerSearchable texts and translations of Homer.Texts, TranslationsHomer, Poetry, Religion, MythBeginner11-29-19L. Huber
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Christian Classics Ethereal LibraryFull searchable translations of the early Christian "fathers."TranslationsTexts, ReligionBeginner-Mid Level11-29-19L. Huber
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Classical Art Research CenterDatabase of images of classical art, mostly from the Beazley Archive at Oxford. This collection specializes in pottery, terracottas, and gems.ImagesArt, PotteryMid Level11-29-19L. Huber
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Corpus Inscrtiptionum LatinarumDatabase for finding Latin inscriptions from the Roman World. This resource is in German.TextsTexts, InscriptionsExpert11-29-19L. Huber
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Curse Tablets of Roman BritianResources related to ancient Roman curse tablets and magic.Secondary Sources, ImagesMagic, ReligionRoman BritainBeginner11-29-19L. Huber
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Digital Augustan RomeDigital map project of Augustan Rome.MapsInfrastructure, GeographyRomeMid Level11-29-19L. Huber
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Digital Dead Sea ScrollsArchive of sources, including translations and images, related to the Dead Sea Scrolls found at Qumran.Translations, ImagesTexts, Religion, MagicJudeaBeginner11-29-19L. Huber
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Early Christian WritingsLinks to translations of ancient Christian writings, including non-canonical apocryphal writings and other early Christian writings. Some introductions and translations are dated.TranslationsTexts, ReligionBeginner11-29-19L. Huber
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Early Jewish WritingsLinks to translations of ancient Jewish writings, including non-canonical pseudepigrapha. Some introductions and translations are dated.TranslationsTexts, ReligionBeginner11--29-19L. Huber
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EIDOLONAn online classical studies "magazine" with entries written by scholars for a general audience.Secondary Sources, CommentaryGeneralBeginner11-29-19L. Huber
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Electronic Archive of Greek and Latin EpigraphySearchable datablase of Greek and Latin inscriptions in the ancient world.TextsTexts, InscriptionsMediterraneanMid Level12-4-19L. Huber
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Ethnic Relations and Migration in the Ancient WorldCollection of podcasts by Philip A. HarlandPodcastsMigration, EthnicityMediterraneanBeginning, Mid Level3-14-20L. Huber
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Following HadrianGreat resources for photos related to the ancient Roman world and Hadrian in particular. This is not an academic site, but a Roman history "fan" site. Still, the photographer and author offers reliable resources. Information about crediting the author is available.ImagesArchitecture, Infrastructure, RulersMediterraneanBeginner11-29-19L. Huber
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Greek Economic Inscriptions"An in-progress collection of Greek Inscriptions of Economic content, covering a period from the 6th to the 1st century BC."Texts, ImagesEconomics3-13-20L. Huber
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Heilbrunn Timeline of Art HistoryHelpful site with timelines, essays, and images.Ref, Secondary SourcesGeneral, ArtBeginner11-29-19L. Huber
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Homosexuality in Ancient Greece and RomeA collection of texts and images related to ancient sexuality.Texts, Translations, Images, BibliographySex, Gender, Everyday LifeBeginner-Mid Level11-29-19L. Huber
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Internet Classics ArchiveA collection of ancient sources in translation. These are generally translations in the public domain, so not the most up to date. You are encouraged to find more recent translations, although this is a place to turn in a pinch.TranslationsGeneral, TextsBeginner11-29-19L. Huber
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Inventory of Ancient Associations3-13-20L. Huber
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Latin Funerary InscriptionsAn online collection of Roman funerary inscriptions now in the archaeological museum at Johns Hopkins University. The collection is small, but there are translations, images, and helpful references.Texts, Translations, Images, BibliographyEveryday Life, Death, Texts, FamilyRomeBeginer12-23-19L. Huber
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LacusCurtiusArchive of public domain translations of Greek and Roman texts. Since these are older translations, the user is advised to look for more recent critical editions. While it includes some secondary sources, they are dated and not adequate substitutes for other academic sources.Texts, TranslationsGeneralBeginner11-29-19L. Huber
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Lexicon of Greek Personal NamesSearchable database of ancient Greek names. Includes information about naming practices as well.Ref, Secondary SourcesNamingMid Level11-29-19L. Huber
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Mantis-NumismaticsSearchable database for the American Numismatics Society. Includes ancient Greek, Roman, Byzantine, and Islamic coins.ImagesEveryday Life, Rulers, DeitiesBeginner-Mid Level11-29-19L. Huber
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Online Coins of the Roman EmpireA collaboration between American Numismatics Society and the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, this database allows you to search for Roman coins by place, type, symbol, emperor, year, etc.ImagesEveryday Life, Rulers, DeitiesBeginner-Mid Level11-29-19L. Huber
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ORBIS: Stanford Geospatial Model of the Roman WorldSite that allows users to determine how ancient Romans travelled throughout the Mediterranean. Will allow users to calculate the time necessary to travel from one destination to another depending on mode of transportation and time of year.RefGeography, TravelMediterraneanBeginner11-29-19L. Huber
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Papyri InfoDatabase for searching ancient papyri. Includes some translations.Texts, TranslationsExpert11-29-19L. Huber
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Perseus ProjectMultiple tools for research on the ancient world, including greek and latin dictionaries, concordances, and full text primary sources in original languages and translations.Ref, Texts, Translations, ImagesGeneralBeginner-Mid Level11-29-19L. Huber
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Pompeii Bibliography and Mapping ProjectBibliographical entries for studying Pompeii, as well as an interactive Google Earth map of Pompeii.Bib, MapsGeography, Infrastructure, WaterPompeiiBeginner11-29-19L. Huber
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POxy: Oxyrhynchus Papyrii OnlineSearchable database of the ancient papyrii found in an Egyptian dump. Important for understanding the ancient word and a source for many biblical fragments.Images, Texts, TranslationsEveryday Life, ReligionEgyptMid Level11-29-19L. Huber
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Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical SitesThis 1976 encyclopedia is available through the Perseus Project.RefArchitecture, ArchaeologyBeginner-Mid Level11-29-19L. Huber
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Roman AqueductsBeginner, but helpful, site with information on Roman aqueducts.Images, Bibliography, RefGeography, Infrastructure, Water, Archaeological, ArchitectureMediterraneanBeginner-Mid Level11-29-19L. Huber
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ROMAQ: The Atlas for the Roman Aqueduct ProjectSearchable site for information about the location of various Roman aqueducts.Images, RefGeography, Infrastructure, WaterMediterraneanMid Level11-29-19L. Huber
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Rome RebornVirtual Reality reconstructions of ancient Roman sites, such as the Colosseum. VR recreations are sold on this site.ImagesInfrastructure, ArchitectureRomeBeginner11-29-19L. Huber
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SamothraceWebsite of the Emory Excavations at Samothrace, a sancutary site to the Great Gods. The site includes viftual reconstructions of some of the main cult buildings and an interactive site plan.Images, Maps, ReconstructionsReligion, Myth, Deities, PilgrimageGreeceBeginner2-20-20L. Huber
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Searachable Greek InscriptionsDatabase for finding Greek inscriptions in the ancient Mediterranean.TextsTextsMid Level-Expert11-29-19L. Huber
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Stanford Forma Urbis ProjectOnline resources and database for studying the Forma Urbis Romae, or Severan Marble Plan of Rome from the 3rd century CE.Bibliography, MapsGeographyRomeMid Level-Expert11-29-19L. Huber
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The SefariaSearchable texts and translations of ancient Jewish texts, including Tanakh, Talmud, Mishnah, etc.Texts, TranslationsTexts, ReligionMid Level11-29-19L. Huber
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Theoi ProjectProfiles of ancient Greek deities. Some of the entries draw on standard encyclopedias in the public domain. While a person might start with this site, it is important to reference the academic sources cited.Ref, Secondary Sources, ImagesReligion, Myth, DeitiesGreeceBeginner11-29-19L. Huber
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TLGThe standard resource for ancient Greek texts. Searchable. Parts of the site are only available by subscription, but a significant number of texts are open access.TextsTextsExpert11-29-19L. Huber
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Trajan's ColumnMultiple resources for understanding Trajan's Column in Rome.Bib, Images, Secondary SourcesRulers, War, ArchitectureRomeBeginner11-29-19L. Huber
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UNRVA non-academic reference site on almost every topic you can imagine pertaining to the Roman Empire. While a person may look at this as a starting place, information from this site should be confirmed with academic resources.RefGeneralBeginner11-29-19L. Huber
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VICICollaborative "wiki" type map of ancient archaeological sites.MapsArchaeologyExpert11-29-19L. Huber
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VRomaHelpful collection of information on women in the ancient world collected by classicist Barbara McManus. This site requires you to login as a guest, but access is free. Includes thousands of images by McManus.Images, Secondary SourcesSex, Gender, Family, Everyday Life, RulersBeginner11-29-19L. Huber
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