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Classics Unveiled was developed by Neil Jenkins, Sumair Mirza and Jason Tang as a way to teach the web-browsing public about the various aspects of the ancient world, ranging from the massive world of Greek and Roman mythology, Roman history, Roman culture, and the Latin language and its pervasive influence on English. The site is divided into four primary areas, and visitors may opt to browse through any of them and their accompanying features, which include primary extended essays and informative games and quizzes. In Rome Exposed for example, users will learn about Roman residences, entertainment, attire, cuisine, and several other aspects of Roman culture and mores. In MythNET visitors can learn about the twelve Olympian gods, read about the Trojan War, and explore genealogical charts that trace the various relationships between the pantheon of Rome and Greece.
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Date of Scout Publication 2003-10-10
Archived Scout Publication URL https://scout.wisc.edu/Reports/ScoutReport/2003/scout-031010#8

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