Department of Classics
156 East Pyne
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Fall 2004 Courses
LAT 105: Catullus and His Age
CLA 545: Problems in Roman History:
Economies of Empire
General information on Roman geography, politics, theater, army, entertainment and other aspects of Roman culture.
Roman History Resource Center:
A basic resource center on Roman history, including bibliographical courses, maps, and guides to other important websites
De Imperatoribus Romanis:
An Online Encyclopedia of Roman Emperors:
A data bank on the emperors and on matters relevant to their reigns.
Pompeii: Access to a Roman City:
A guide to the basic websites on the Roman city of Pompeii, including a virtual recreation of the city, a walk-through version of the Forum area, a bank of pictures, and other information on the net.
ROMARCH: Roman Art and Archaeology:
A data base on current archeological projects in the Mediterranean. An easy 'click-on' map of the Mediterranean with ready access to information on different regions of the Roman empire.
House of Ptolemy:
A guide to a wide range of resources on Hellenistic Egypt, from Ptolemy to Cleopatra
Various aspects of the great metropolis in Hellenistic Egypt founded by Alexander the Great
Texts of primary source documents including important slave narratives from the ante-bellum South
More Slave Narratives:
More autobiographical accounts of the lives of slaves in the ante-bellum South; part of a large on-line data base that is being compiled on the history of the Old South