ANCIENT ROME PATHFINDER
|Ancient Civilizations Almanac -
REF 910.2 KNI
|| Encyclopedia of Ancient Civilizations - REF 939 ENC
Atlas of the Classical World - 938 BAR
||Technology in the Times of Ancient Rome - 609 SNE
|Ancient Rome - Ref 937 CAR
||Ancient Greece and Rome ( 4
vols.) REF 938 ANC
Information about architecture, daily
life, the forum, celebrations, and families is available here. There are
links to other sites.
Ancient World Cultures: Image Index: Rome
Numerous photos related to Ancient Rome are located here.
People, Mythology, Daily Life, Death & Burial, Writing,
and Archaeology are the sections within this site.
Roman Empire http://www.roman-empire.net/
This site claims to be the "leading web resource on
Check out technology in Ancient Rome; explore education and
leisure; learn about their government; or explore the city or Rome at this site
prepared by BBC.
of the Roman Empire http://www.dalton.org/groups/rome/RMAPS.html
Political maps, trade and world maps as it was then imagined
are included here.
Burning of Rome http://ibiscom.com/rome.htm
Read the first-hand account of the fire that destroyed 70% of the city
written by Tactius, a Roman historian. Another part of the site gives a
description of the destruction of Pompeii in 79 AD.
Secrets of Lost
Empires: Roman Baths
A companion site to the NOVA program Roman Bath, tour a Roman
Bath, learn how to build an aqueduct and even find some Roman recipes.
This guide to the Roman emperors and empresses will help you
understand the history of Ancient Rome. There is an index of Imperial
Battles and a link to a virtual catalog of Roman coins.
Did Rome Fall, or Was It Pushed?
Answer a set of questions and decide for yourself what
caused the Fall of Rome.