Information on the ancient Greek civilization; city-states, daily life, culture, government, justice system, architecture, inventions, wars.
A family from Sparta and a family from Athens are at war. Follow their fortunes through good and bad. Discover what it was like to live in Greece circa 430 BCE, how democracy gave way to tyranny, and how Alcibiades kept changing sides.
Collection of links geared toward middle school students.
Study great Greek playwrights, learn about the cult of Dionyssos, and elements of the play.
Learn about the life of those living in Sparta, Athens, Corinth, Argos or Megara. Also has maps, clip art, and games.
Brief look at the civilization and its influence on the way people live today.
A photographic archive of the archaeological and architectural remains of ancient Athens.
From the University of Pennsylvania Museum. Topics include land and time, daily life, economics, and religion.
(vs the American court system) Government in ancient Athens, a city-state in ancient Greece
Illustrated site traces the conqueror's life from his childhood to his death.
Introduction to ancient Greek history, culture, politics, art and warfare. Includes timeline from 1400 B.C. to 337 B.C., map, a look at life in Athens, and ancient Greek language lessons. From PBS.
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