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PBS Empires Special: The Roman Empire in the First Century
This installment of the Empires series presents the history and social context of the Roman Empire. The series and companion website look at the workings of an Empire that stretched from ancient Palestine to Britain, from the perspectives of the emperors and their subjects.
Frontline From Jesus to Christ: The First Christians
This Frontline series is an intellectual and visual guide to the new and controversial historical evidence that challenges familiar assumptions about the life of Jesus and the epic rise of Christianity. The website features extensive scholarly discussion of issues, as well as primary sources, a discussion forum, and proceedings of the series' follow-up symposium.
This edition of Frontline examines the evolution of apocalyptic ideology throughout the ages. The website features interviews with historians and scholars on 2000 years of millennial beliefs and events, primary sources and additional readings.
Echoes from the Ancients
Almost 2,000 years ago the people of Yodefat - a small city in the Galilean region of what is now Israel - took a brave stand against the powerful Roman army. The rebellion of this poor, agrarian community started a monumental six-year war with the Romans that would change the course of Western civilization.
Secrets of the Dead: The Great Fire of Rome
In this program, Secrets of the Dead takes viewers to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem to explore what may have been Christ's tomb. The program and website use the latest technology to separate myths from facts.
Secrets of the Dead: The Tomb of Christ
In this episode, Secrets of the Dead investigates the devastating fire in Rome in the year 64 and assesses theories of the fire's origin. Explore the evidence of this two thousand year old mystery.
Other Online Resourecs
Septentrionale Americanum Latinitatis Vivae Institutum
North American Institute for Living Latin Studies
The North American Institute for Living Latin Studies promotes the study of Latin language and literature throughout North America, especially in universities, by propagating an active approach to the language known as Latinitas Viva, Living Latin.
Interactive Ancient Mediterranean Map Room
Download maps of the ancient Mediterranean world, specially prepared by the IAM staff in cooperation with the APA's Classical Atlas Project.
Kyrenia Ship project
The "KYRENIA II" was the result of a unique experiment of Nautical Archaeology carried out in 1982 by the Hellenic Institute for the preservation of Nautical tradition. The major purpose of this achievement was to attempt to construct a replica of the Kyrenia ship in exactly the same method as the ancient Hellenes did.
Second Temple Synagogues
This site is devoted to the study of Second Temple Synagogues-that is, synagogues which existed prior to the Jerusalem Temple's destruction in year 70. It is administered by Donald D. Binder as a companion to his book, Into the Temple Courts: The Place of the Synagogues in the Second Temple Period.
Perseus Digital Library
The Perseus Classics collection is an integrated collection of materials, textual and visual, on the Archaic and Classical Greek world, as well as the Roman world.
The Latin Library
The Latin Library is an Internet library of primary sources in Latin.
Internet Ancient History Sourcebook
The Internet Ancient History Sourcebook has expanded greatly since its creation, and now contains hundred of local files as well as links to source texts throughout the net.
ROMARCH Roman Art and Archeology Search
The ROMARCH pages are the original crossroads for Web resources on the art and archaeology of early Italy and the Roman world, from the earliest settlements to Late Antiquity
Ancient and Medieval Internet Resources
Argos is a peer-reviewed, limited area search engine (LASE), designed to offer an academically viable resource for students, teachers and scholars of the ancient and medieval worlds.
Diotima: Materials for the Study of Women and Gender in the Ancient World
Diotima serves as an interdisciplinary resource for anyone interested in patterns of gender around the ancient Mediterranean and as a forum for collaboration among instructors who teach courses about women and gender in the ancient world. This site includes course materials, the beginnings of a systematic and searchable bibliography, and links to many on-line resources, including articles, book reviews, databases, and images.
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