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Abzu - Guide to resources for the study of the Ancient Near Easy available on the Internet.
Alteuropa - An "alternative history of ancient Europe": site suggests a link between the ancient Etruscans, Basques and Hungarians. Includes a long article on Etruscan culture.
Ancient Civilizations - Selected historical articles and links to archaeological news.
Ancient Civilizations and Lost Cities - Provides illustrated articles on the Sumerians of Mesopotamia, Eliki, the Colosseum of ancient Rome and ancient Pompeii.
Ancient History (from About.com Guide) - Ancient/Classical related features, newsletter, links, and more.
Ancient History Sourcebook - Extensive selection of links, study guides, and articles pertaining to the ancient Near East and ancient Mediterranean worlds, as well as some public domain translations of classical texts. At Fordham.
Ancient Man - A collection of resources and links, categorized by continent, for exploring prehistoric people and early civilizations.
Ancient Medicine/Medicina Antiqua - Chronicles the practice of Medicine in the Greek and Roman eras, with translations of works by Hippocrates and Galen as well as essays, bibliographies, mailing lists, and othe resources.
Ancient Navigation and Shipbuilding in the Greek and Roman World - Research, publications, scholars, and related links compiled by Maria Curie of Sklodowska University, Poland.
Ancient World History Chronologies - Text (.txt) style covering 10,000 BCE to 640 CE. Difficult to read, but with rich content.
Ancient World Web - Directory of sites, organized by category, maintained by Julia Hayden.
Ancient and Pre-history Online Course - Unit 1 of a world history course. Activities with notes and supporting links.
Antiquity Online - Thirty chapters of electronic text tying together descriptions of ancient people and ancient attitudes on religion, power and philosophy -- from the rise of agriculture to the Early Middle Ages.
Antiquity: Conflict, Attitude and Changing Religions - Chapters from Frank E. Smitha's World History, running from the Stone Age to the 5th century AD.
Babylon - Overview of trade, transportation, and other aspects of ancient Babylon and Mesopotamia.
Babylon 580BC - The city of Babylon brought back to life in full color. Great informational resource about the city in the year 580BC at its height under Nebuchadnezzar in the Chaldean dynasty.
Daily Life in Ancient Civilizations - Includes terms, background info, articles, lesson plans on ancient Greek, Roman, Chinese, Indian, and Egyptian civilizations mostly related to daily life in those times.
Early Modern Literary Studies: Electronic Texts - Assorted classical texts. Extensive.
Electronic Resources for Classicists - Extensive UC Irvine gateway to directories, bibliographies, journals, course materials, fonts, and other resources for scholars in classical studies.
Exhibits Collection -- Collapse - Explore the fall of civilizations through four examples: the ancient Maya, Mesopotamia, the Anasazi, and the medieval African empires of Mali and Songhai. Learn about important concepts in archeology such as interpreting evidence and dating artifacts. In a web-based activity, search for clues to what happened at the Maya center of Copan.