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Latin Web Pages

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abbreviations:

http://www.case.edu/artsci/clsc/asgle/abbrev/latin/

http://knol.google.com/k/molendinarius/schola-latin-language-website/4s1j8rpi2dvv/7#

http://latinum.mypodcast.com/

http://www.yleradio1.fi/nuntii/

http://greekandlatin.osu.edu/programs/latin/grammar/default.cfm

http://www.vroma.org/Bonefas, Suzanne, and Barbara F. McManus. VRoma. A Virtual Community for Teaching and Learning Classics.

Catalog of Roman Coins.http://artemis.austincollege.edu/acad/cml/rcape/vcrc/ Cape, Robert. Virtual  

The Perseus Digital Library  http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/ Crane, Gregory. 

The Ancient Roman Calendar.Douma, Michael, ed.  http://webexhibits.org/calendars/calendar-roman.html

The Vergil Project .Farrell, Joseph, ed.  http://vergil.classics.upenn.edu/

Interactive Ancient Mediterranean. Interactive Ancient Mediterranean. http://iam.classics.unc.edu/

atlas of the ancient Mediterranean world Map of Greece / Map of Mediterranean Basin / Map of Italy

 

Maps of the Roman Empire   http://intranet.dalton.org/groups/rome/RMaps.html

O'Hara, Jim. Vergil: Some Links to On-Line Resources.

http://www.unc.edu/~oharaj/VergilLinks.html

RomanCoins.Info Roman Numismatic Gallery: Roman Coins, Sculpture, Military Equipment

http://www.romancoins.info/

This site is misnamed. In addition to Roman coins, it is an excellent resource for Roman sculpture and military equipment.

Ephemeris (Latin news) http://ephemeris.alcuinus.net/

 

 

Translation exercises http://web.uvic.ca/hrd/latin/wheelock/contents.htm

grammar exercises http://people.hofstra.edu/Ilaria_Marchesi/text/list_exercises.htm 

De Imperitoribus Romanun- An on-line encyclopedia on the rulers of the Roman empire from 27 BC to 1453 CE.

Antique Roman Dishes http://www-2.cs.cmu.edu/~mjw/recipes/ethnic/historical/ant-rom-coll.html

 

General Information

 

Roman world http://library.thinkquest.org/26602/home.htm#religion

Ancient History Online- All about the cultures of major ancient civilizations, including Rome. You will need a password from home. User name: walnut ; password: hills.

The Roman Empire Net- In spite of the annoying advertisements, this is a good source of information about the Roman world.

Ancient Rome- Information on the Romans from the BBC Schools website (like PBS in the US); very good information on the ancient Romans in Britain.

Welcome to Ancient Rome- This site is a collection of good links on a wide variety of topics on ancient Rome; very well organized and easy to use.

Perseus Project- One of the oldest and most highly respected websites around, the Perseus Project is a good source for Greece and the Hellenistic World as well as the Romans; it also has full text editions of most major works of Latin and Greek literature.

History for Kids: Ancient Rome- Basic information on a variety of topics for ancient Rome, especially for Latin 1 students.

Classics Collection- A metasite sponsored by the University of Florida Libraries, this has well-organized links to sites with information about Roman history and culture. Be sure to use its own internal search engine, ARGOS, to find specific information

The Latin Library - A large collection of the Latin texts of many classical authors.

Daily Life in Rome

Via Romana- Another metasite with organized links to information about Roman life, art, culture, history, and philosophy.

A Virtual Tour of the Roman Forum- A map of the ancient Roman Forum, with a virtual "tour" and information about the buildings and places there

A "walking Tour" of the Forum and Colosseum- Lots of information and great maps of the buildings around the ancient Roman Forum.

Forum Romanum- Information and links to other websites on Roman civilization and culture.

Baths, Theaters, and Other Amusements http://www.kent.wednet.edu/curriculum/soc_studies/rome/

Daily Life in Ancient Roman- What life was like in ancient Rome, from the Classics Department at the University of Virginia

Roma- Civilization of Rome at the height of the Empire

Bridges, Roads, Temples, and Aqueducts

Roman Technology- A Handbook of sites and information on Roman engineering and construction.

Roman Aqueducts

Roman Aqueduct of Metz, France- also has information on other aqueducts and how they were built.

Construction and Makeup of Roman Roads- This is an essential site to check! It gives exact directions and construction materials for building a Roman road.

Roman Road Construction

Maison Carree- pictures and information on a famous and well preserved Roman temple in Nimes, France

A Virtual Tour of the Roman Forum- A map of the ancient Roman Forum, with a virtual "tour" and information about the buildings and places there, including many famous temples.

Roman Aqueducts- Part of the course information for an archeology course at Bowdoin College, this has a list of the most famous aqueducts and some information about each one.

The Waters of the City of Rome- An interactive guide to the aqueducts and sewers of ancient Rome.

Roman Houses

Roman Houses- Overview and pictures

Roman House- Description and overview

Roman Townhouses and Apartment Houses

Roman House Plan and Description

Roman Emperors

De Imperitoribus Romanun- An on-line encyclopedia on the rulers of the Roman empire from 27 BC to 1453 CE.

Roman Britain

Roman Britain- This site is put together by the BBC with information for students about ancient Rome; the focus is on the Romans in Britain.

Pompeii and Herculaneum

The Destruction of Pompeii- Discovery School's description of the eruption of Vesuvius and the destruction of Pompeii and Herculaneum

Pompeii Interactive- Information on Pompeii, Herculaneum, and Vesuvius

Pompeii and Herculaneum- Links for a college course on Pompeii and Herculaneum; many good pictures.

Houses and Gardens of Pompeii

How to Build a Volcano http://freeweb.pdq.net/headstrong/vol.htm Just what you need to make your Pompeii project really special....

The Architecture of Pompeii- Information on houses and buildings of Pompeii, with lots of photos of the ruins.

The History of Plumbing: Pompeii and Herculaneum- Very interesting and detailed information on baths and plumbing in these two cities.

The Destruction of Pompeii, 79 A.D.- An eyewitness account of the horrors of the destruction of Pompeii

Catiline's Map of ancient Pompeii- A very nice and very detailed map of Pompeii, with famous sites marked. Please do NOT print this off at school without help!!

Pompeii and Herculaneum Resources- The web resources for a class at Amherst college on these cities; lots of maps, pictures, and information, but some of the sites are pretty complicated--if you don't understand the information in one place, move on to another section.

Graffiti on the walls of Pompeii- What life was like for ordinary Romans, in their own words.

Gladiators

Baths, Theaters, and Other Amusements http://www.kent.wednet.edu/curriculum/soc_studies/rome/

Gladiators

Gladiator On the Web- Lots of information about real and movie gladiators, plus links to other sites.

http://library.thinkquest.org/26602/home.htm#religioninformation on the activities there: if your computer has Flash, be sure to play the video "Building the Arena of Death."

Food

Food and Social Position in the Roman Empire

http://www2.carthage.edu/outis/food.html

A graduate student paper on food and how it reflected your social status in the Roman world. Good information on what different classes of people ate.

Antique Roman Dishes

http://www-2.cs.cmu.edu/~mjw/recipes/ethnic/historical/ant-rom-coll.html

Interesting information and some neat recipes-the ingredients may not be in your local Kroger, though!

 

http://www.lateinservice.de/dicta/dicta.htm

http://www.abnihilo.com/

http://www.cesarsalgado.net/citas.htm

http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Categoria:Frasi_latine

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