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  • Ancient Rome, Republic, Empire & Fall of Rome
    Find articles on Ancient Rome including Roman history, government, literature, and culture. Also has information on Julius Caesar and various Roman gods.
  • Roman Family
    Information and links on Ancient Roman domestic life.
  • Ancient Roman History Timeline
    Historical content and chronological index of links to sites on Ancient Rome. Emphasis is placed upon the use of primary sources and new perspectives upon the roles of women.
  • Antique Roman Dishes
    Collection of recipes from ancient Rome from Roman burgers to chicken with liquid filling.
  • Atlas of the Greek and Roman World
    Reference work created by the Ancient World Mapping Center at the University of North Carolina.
  • Attalus
    Contains detailed lists of events and sources for the history of the Hellenistic world and the Roman republic from 320 to 54 B.C.
  • BBC: The Romans
    Guide to the Roman Empire designed for students. Includes activities, a glossary, a timeline, and facts about ancient Rome.
  • Cato Journal: How Excessive Government Killed Ancient Rome
    Essay from the Cato Institute linking the fall of Rome to economic deterioration resulting from excessive taxation, inflation, and over-regulation.
  • Christian Catacombs of Rome
    Includes the outline, history, and importance of the catacombs as historical evidence of the life and martyrdom of the early Church.
  • Coins of Roman Egypt
    Devoted to Alexandrian coinage under the Romans, with essays, photographs, and descriptions of individual coins, maps, and links to more resources.
  • Crystalinks: Ancient Rome Page
    Investigates Roman architecture, philosophy, medicine, government, and slavery from the ancient Roman Empire.
  • Domus Aurea
    Dedicated to categorizing Roman primary literature so that students can find references on specific topics.
  • Encyclopaedia Romana
    Selected illustrated essays on the history, architecture, and culture of ancient Rome.
  • Ethics of Roman Expansion to 133 BCE
    Written by Sanderson Beck.
  • Feminae Romanae: The Women of Ancient Rome
    Introduction to the history of Roman women, from the Etruscans and Greeks to the Fall of Rome.
  • History for Kids: Ancient Rome
    Introduces kids to Ancient Roman history, environment, religion, philosophy, daily life, language, and more.
  • Illustrated History of the Roman Empire
    Covers the Roman Empire from the founding of Rome to the fall of Constantinople, with interactive maps, a quiz, and chronologies.
  • Internet Ancient History Sourcebook: Rome
    Includes information on ancient Roman politics, people, everyday life, wars, and more.
  • Kooks and Quacks of the Roman Empire
    Looking into the world of the gospels and the gullible ancient world, desperate for a savior.
  • Rome
    Information about people, places, and daily life in the Roman Empire.
  • Map of the Roman Empire at its Greatest Extent
  • Medieval Sourcebook: Digest and Codex of Roman Marriage Laws
    Corpus Iuris Civilis on marriage.
  • Midwives and Maternity Care in the Roman World
    Examines the gap between "professional" care (the midwifes and doctors) and folk medicine.
  • NM's Creative Impulse - Rome
    History of people, art, religion and more.
  • Nova Roma
    Dedicated to the study and restoration of classical Roman religion, society, and culture.
  • NOVA: Lost Roman Treasure
    Takes a look at the extraordinary painted-pebble floors rescued from Zeugma.
  • PBS: The Roman Empire in the First Century
    Meet the Emperors of Rome, read the words of poets and philosophers, and learn about life in the 1st Century AD.
  • Roma
    Traces the Empire from its Alban and Etruscan influences to its fall.
  • Roman Byzantine Sites of Israel
    Damascus Gate, Nea Church, The Cardo and more. Part of the New Jerusalem Mosaic.
  • Roman Glass
    Illustrates how the craft of glassmaking was influenced by historical events and changing social values in the Roman World.
  • Roman History Reading Group
    Online reading group discussing Ancient Rome-related fiction and nonfiction. Selections include mysteries and ancient historians.
  • Roman Verulamium
    History of the Roman city Verulamium.
  • Rome Engineering and Industry
    An article on atmospheric and hydrostatic pressure aqueducts, pipes, valves, pumps, and masonry plants of ancient Rome.
  • Rome Exposed
    Informational site about the everyday lives of Romans covering topics such as housing, family affairs, slavery, attire, cuisine, recreation, entertainment, and religion.
  • Rome Reborn 1.0
    Explore a 3D digital model of ancient Rome at its peak in A.D. 320, under the Emperor Constantine. Includes video fly-throughs of public buildings and monuments, still images, documents, and background on the project.
  • Rome Unleashed
    Looks into the historical aspects of ancient Roman civilization. Includes eras, timelines, and rulers.
  • Slavery in the Roman Republic
    From the Ancient History Sourcebook.
  • Societas Via Romana (SVR)
    Multicultural, creative, and organic society that celebrates the legacy of the classical world.
  • Structuring Roman History: the Consular Year and the Roman Historical Tradition
    Concerned with the shaping of the annual narrative in historical writers working in the Roman annalistic tradition.
  • UNRV History
    Provides information about ancient Roman history includes governments, military, culture, economy, and timeline.
  • Villa Ivilla
    Explores daily life in ancient Rome. Includes information on Roman atrium houses, clothing, hairstyles, cosmetics, food, and timekeeping.
  • Water of the City of Rome
    Interactive cartographic history tracing the hydrological and hydraulic systems of ancient Rome and their impact on the present urban developments.
  • Who Were the Romans?
    Interactive site for 7-11 year olds featuring interesting facts, a guide to Roman life, and information on the Roman invasion of Britain.
  • Wikipedia: Ancient Rome
    Overview of Ancient Rome including information on ancient Roman history, society, culture, technology, and military.
  • Women of Rome
    Written by Dr. Susan Martin of the University of Tennessee.

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