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Greece -- Civilization

To 146 B.C. (2)

View Resource CLAS/WMST 2100: Women in Ancient Greece

This site, created for Fall 1997 classes, offers excellent models for instructors in similar fields. This site, by Professor John Gibert, contains a course overview, writing assignments, and sixteen PowerPoint presentations on a number of topics. Additional resources include a recommended reading list, PowerPoint presentations from the previous year's class, and several related links.
View Resource The Atrium: For Devotees of Ancient Greece and Rome

With the large number of quality ancient world sites already existing it is difficult for a new one to make room for itself. The Atrium accomplishes this by focusing on resources that connect the present and the past. Teachers can make good use of several features at this site. The Commentarium is a frequently updated journal that provides links to online news stories involving the ancient world....
View Resource Maecenas: Images of Ancient Greece and Rome

Maintained by Classics Professor Leo Curran of the University at Buffalo, this collection of images could be a useful resource for courses in the Classics, Ancient History, or Archaeology. The collection currently contains many high-quality photos from France and Italy, with separate sections for Sicily and Rome. The images are offered free for any non-commercial purpose, and the site is...
View Resource Ancient Near East and the Mediterranean World

Sponsored by the University of Chicago Library and funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities, this online project contains numerous primary materials related to the study of the ancient Near East and covers topics ranging from archaeology; art history; language; law; and the religions of Sumer, Babylonia, Assyria, Egypt, Nubia, and Persia. Currently, the project includes full-text...
View Resource Greek Gods: Medicine from the Gods to Galen

Along with their monumental achievements in the fields of architecture and philosophy, the Greeks bequeathed to subsequent generations many insights into the practice of medicine -- along with observations about anatomy and physiology. This online exhibit, sponsored by the National Library of Medicine's History of Medicine Division, offers a brief overview of these discoveries. Before reading the...