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A digital base map of the Greco-Roman world

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Ancient Studies Agora Africa. Always historicize. Thursday, September 27, 2012. A digital base map of the Greco-Roman world. Digital Map of the Greco-Roman World · And for a fully interactive implementation of the digital map, which shows ...
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The Aeneid- Conclusion: We Need To Talk About Virgil

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The ancients up through modern times put Virgil at the pinnacle of great poets. Dante considered him great enough to be the closest to redemption of the unredeemed. Today if Virgil turned this work into his high school ...

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“Fat” Gladiators: Modern Misconceptions Regarding the Dietary Practices of Swordsmen of the Ancient Roman Arena

“Fat” Gladiators: Modern Misconceptions Regarding the Dietary Practices of Swordsmen of the Ancient Roman Arena | Hellenistic Classics | Scoop.it
Article by David Black Mastro In the November/December ’08 issue of Archeology magazine, author Andrew Currey covered the recent findings by paleo-pathologist Karl Grossschmidt of Vienna, con...
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Kevin Connolly's curator insight, May 16, 2014 11:46 AM

Cool article on gladiators

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BBC Four - Treasures of Ancient Rome, Pomp and Perversion

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Alastair Sooke looks at the artistic legacy of Rome's mad, bad and dangerous emperors.

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Ancient Greece - The British Museum

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Karima Sharifi's curator insight, May 6, 2014 4:12 PM

Great source to view some pieces of art from Ancient Greece! 

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Facts About Ancient Greece

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Student have written about Ancient Greece for other students. 


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Aaronee's curator insight, February 20, 2014 6:29 PM

The first civilization in the Mediterranean area was the Minoan Civilization. The Minoans were very skilled architect and built palaces. Around 1600 B. C. the Mineoans became weak and the Greeks, who were called Mycenaens after their largest city Mycenae, became stronger.

claudia patino's curator insight, February 24, 2014 7:51 PM

Apparently the Greece and Egypt traded frequently. Look sing at a map those two countries had to cross the meditate rain sea. How did these countries discover each other and what they had to trade. I wounded what country travels to the other one first; and if they had different cultural views on the greek gods. 

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Roman Curses Appear on Ancient Tablet : Discovery News

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More than a dozen people were summarily cursed on a Roman-era lead scroll, unearthed in the U.K.
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Ancient Greece - The British Museum

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Kevin Connolly's curator insight, May 16, 2014 11:46 AM

A lot of photos on ancient greece

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Women in Ancient Rome - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Women in Ancient Rome http://t.co/2yNIyJ0s...

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