ANCIENT ROME PATHFINDER

PRINT RESOURCES:

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

WEB RESOURCES:
Encyclopedia Romana    http://itsa.ucsf.edu/~snlrc/encyclopaedia_romana/ 
    Information about architecture,  daily life, the forum, celebrations, and families is available here.  There are links to other sites.
Exploring Ancient World Cultures: Image Index: Rome    http://eawc.evansville.edu/pictures/ropage.htm 
    Numerous photos related to Ancient Rome are located here.
Rome    http://www.emory.edu/CARLOS/ODYSSEY/ROME/homepg.html 
    People, Mythology, Daily Life, Death & Burial, Writing, and Archaeology are the sections within this site.
The Roman Empire    http://www.roman-empire.net/ 
    This site claims to be the "leading web resource on Rome."  
The Romans   
http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/romans/ 
    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.
Maps 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.
The 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     http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/lostempires/roman/ 

    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.
Imperium Romanum    http://www.roman-emperors.org/ 
    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?    http://score.rims.k12.ca.us/activity/rome/rome.html 
        Answer a set of questions and decide for yourself what caused the Fall of Rome.

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