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18 Sources.

A Catalogue of Centaurs on Greek Pottery
This site is extremely image-intensive, as should be expected. I have made generous use of thumbnails, with full-size images on their own pages or on off-site pages. Still, some pages include dozens of thumbnails and may take a long time to download.

Achaemenid Royal Inscriptions: Home Page
The aim of the Achaemenid Royal Inscriptions project is to create an electronic study edition of the inscriptions of the Achaemenid Persian kings in all of their versions--Old Persian, Elamite, Akkadian, and, where appropriate, Aramaic and Egyptian. The edition is to be accompanied by translations, glossaries, grammatical indexes, basic bibliographic apparatus, basic text critical apparatus, and some graphic apparatus (e.g., plans indicating provenience of the inscriptions, images of exemplars); the texts will be available for downloading and printing. The first stage of the project presents the inscriptions from Persepolis and nearby Naqsh-i Rustam, where the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago carried out excavations between 1931 and 1939,

AMPHORAS Project home page
This site contains information on plain, unglazed, ceramic storage containers, with two handles, mostly pointed at the bottom, used to carry wine, oil, fish, and other commodities around the ancient Mediterranean.

ANISTORITON History, Archaeology & ArtHistory Journal
Anistoriton is an electronic journal published only on the Internet. It is a free and independent magazine of History, Archaeology & ArtHistory edited by D. I. Loizos and an Editorial Committee. Anistoriton is the Greek word for "ignorant in history". It is an attempt to bridge the gap between professional historians and archaeologists and their specialized research, on the one hand, and the general public, the true history and archaeology lovers, on the other. Contributions of undergraduate and graduate students (papers, analysis etc) as well as other non-specialists for our Viewpoints section are also welcome and encouraged.

Apuleius, Apologia: seminar
This web site is an attempt to redress that balance as part of an experiment in philology, pedagogy, and scholarly discourse. The text at hand is the Apologia of Apuleius, the declamation by which he defended himself on a capital charge of at least magic and possibly murder, all apparently arising out of jealousies raised by his marriage to a distinguished older woman. This site has been created by and through the work of a seminar conducted in the spring of 1996 at the University of Pennsylvania, with additional participation by colleagues elsewhere. I am particularly grateful to Thomas McCreight of Loyola College, Baltimore, for collegial advice (not always heeded) and for joining the seminar in Philadelphia for one memorable afternoon.

Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (ACMRS)
Welcome to the home page of ACMRS (Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies). ACMRS was established in 1981 by the Arizona Board of Regents as a state-wide research unit.

Biblical Greek: Learning New Testament and Septuagint Greek
Tips, online tutorials, advice, and resources for learning biblical Greek.

bibliotheca augustana
(Of these choices: Bibliotheca(s) Latina, Graeca, Germanic, Anglica, Gallica, Italica and Hispanica - only Anglica is in English.)

Bibliotheca Classica Selecta - Accueil
Conceived and maintained by two Belgian professors, Jean-Marie Hannick (the University of Louvain, with Leuwen-the-New) and Jacques Poucet (the University of Louvain to Leuwen-the-New and Faculties university Saint-Louis in Brussels), BIBLIOTHECA CLASSICA SELECTA (BCS) wants to be an introduction to the traditional studies, intended firstly for the students of traditional letters and old history, incidentally with all those which are interested in the world ancient grco-Roman and with civilizations which surround it. It adds up nearly 9 Mo for more than 450 Web pages, that is to say the equivalent of some 1500 printed pages.

Byzantine Architecture Project
Over the past several years, Professor Ahmet Cakmak, of Princeton University's Department of Civil Engineering and Operations Research has undertaken the structural analysis, under earthquake loads, of the Hagia Sophia. The Hagia Sophia is a major museum (formerly church and mosque) in Istanbul, Turkey, built by the Emperor Justinian during the 6th century AD. Professor Cakmak has sought to determine the susceptibility of the structure, specifically its large dome and arches, to collapse due to the earthquakes that often strike that part of the world.

Cassiodorus - Flavius Magnus Aurelius Cassiodorus Senator, born c. 490, d. c. 585...
Page maintained by James J. O'Donnell, University of Pennsylvania.

Database for Archaeological Pottery
By U.O. BENI CULTURALI, Dr. Mariangela Bertelle, Dr. Giovanni Leotta, Prof. Sandro Calogero - UNIVERSITY OF VENICE and Dr. Anna Bini - UNIVERSITY OF FERRARA.

De Imperatoribus Romanis: An Online Encyclopedia of Roman Emperors
DIR is an on-line encyclopedia on the rulers of the Roman empire from Augustus (27 BC-AD 14) to Constantine XI Palaeologus (1449-1453). The encyclopedia consists of (1) an index of all the emperors who ruled during the empire's 1500 years, (2) a growing number of biographical essays on the individual emperors, (3) family trees ("stemmata") of important imperial dynasties, (4) an index of significant battles in the empire's history, (5) a growing number of capsule descriptions and maps of these battles, and (6) maps of the empire at different times. Wherever possible, these materials are cross-referenced by live links.

Dictionary of Medieval Latin from Celtic Sources
Welcome to the DMLCS Web pages, copyright (c) 1997 Royal Irish Academy, hosted by Queen's University of Belfast.
(Links are at the bottom.)

Differences Between Classical and Hellenistic Greek
A Quick Introduction by Jay C. Treat.

Diskos von Phaestos / Phaistos Disk
Summary: Minoan Millennium-Calendar in Harmony with the Cosmos. Archeoastronomical document from the 2nd Millennium B.C.

Dr. Winifred Lamb classical archaeologist and museum curator
Details of Dr Winifred Lamb, Honorary Keeper of Greek and Roman Antiquities at the Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge, as well as archaeologist.

Duke Papyrus Archive
The Duke Papyrus Archive provides electronic access to texts about and images of 1,375 papyri from ancient Egypt. The target audience includes: papyrologists, ancient historians, archaeologists, biblical scholars, classicists, Coptologists, Egyptologists, students of literature and religion and all others interested in ancient Egypt. (From Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library - Duke University.)

Dumbarton Oaks houses important research and study collections in the areas of Byzantine and medieval Studies, Landscape Architecture Studies, and Pre-Columbian Studies. Resources include three major research library collections, photograph and drawing collections, fieldwork archives, the index of literature on Byzantium, a copy of the Princeton Index of Christian Art, rare books on garden design and botanical illustration, and the collections of Byzantine and Pre-Columbian art. While the gallery exhibits and gardens are open to the public, the research facilities exist primarily to serve the scholars who hold appointments at Dumbarton Oaks.

Early Church Fathers v2.0
The Early Church Fathers is a 38-volume collection of writings from the first 800 years of the Church. This collection is divided into three series, Ante-Nicene (ANF), Nicene and Post-Nicene Series I (NPNF1), and Nicene and Post-Nicene Series II (NPNF2).

Egyptology Resources--resources for Ancient Egypt
This page was featured in the July 1995 issue of Personal Computer World, the 27 September 1995 issue of the Times, and the 26 March 1998 issue of the New York Times. Some awards made to the site are shown on the front page.

Exploring Ancient World Cultures
Exploring Ancient World Cultures (EAWC) is an on-line course supplement for students and teachers of the ancient and medieval worlds. It features its own essays and primary texts. Over time it will include chapter-length histories for each of the eight "cultures" represented: The Near East, India, Egypt, China, Greece, Rome, Early Islam and Medieval Europe. Chapters on Rome, Greece and Medieval Europe will be appearing soon.

Gnomon Online - The Eichsttt Information System for Classical Studies
Gnomon Online is a full text retrieval system with very fast responses; at the same time it is an information system using the advantages of an extensive thesaurus with more than 5.550 controlled terms.

Hellenic Ministry of Culture - -
The Ministry of Culture is the governmental body responsible for cultural heritage and the Arts in Greece. Its de-centralized departments (Museums, Ephorates of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities, Ephorates of Byzantine Antiquities and Ephorates of Recent Monuments) are spread throughout Greece while its administrative departments are situated in Athens.

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