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D. Hiden Ramsey Library, University of North Carolina at Asheville
Ancient and Classical Rome, Greece and Byzantine Research Guide
woman playing a kithara: From Room H of the Villa of P. Fannius
Synistor at Boscoreale, ca. 40–30 B.C.; Late Republican Roman Wall
painting; Fresco. Image provided by Wikimedia Commons
Primary and Secondary Sources Online
Perseus Digital Library
Digital library that covers popular texts , art and archeology and online exhibits pertaining to ancient Greece and Rome.
Diotima: Women and Gender in the Ancient World
Examines woman's role in class, religion, childhood, learning, marriage, family, the state, and work in the ancient world.
Website includes essays on Medicine in the Graeco-Roman work and links to other sources about the subject.
Hellenic History on the Internet
Covers Prehistory, Antiquity, Byzantium, Ottoman, and Modern periods.
Ancient Greece at the British Museum
covers the history of ancient Greece from the Acropolis to war.
Examines Archeology, History, Culture, Maps, Architecture, Museums and has a timeline.
The Ancient Greek World
A Virtual Gallery from the University of Pennsylvania of the ancient Greek World.
Internet Ancient History Sourcebook
This website, provided by Paul Halsall of Fordham University for educational use, has many historical texts from Herodotus to the Pelopponesian wars.
Ancient Near East and the Mediterranean World
Hosted by the University of Chicago, this website provides full texts of books on the ancient world. Most of these books are from before 1940.
Byzantium: The Byzantine Studies Page
Includes online sources, articles and a gallery.
The Glory of Byzantium
Run by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, this website explores the art of Byzantine.