The ancient Roman civilization, from approximately 400 BC to 460 AD. Sites selected for kids and teenagers.
English translation of The Twelve Tables from the Ancient History Sourcebook.
Highlights an archaeological dig at a site where Jewish men, women and children held off trained Roman forces for 47 days. From PBS.
Includes biographies of emperors, timelines, interactive maps, and sections on Roman society and the military.
Check out the roman numeral converter.
Explore the ancient city of Pompeii. Visit a house, see the art, see Vesuvius erupt, and learn what happened to this ancient Roman city.
Clickable maps of the Roman Empire, plus information on politics, people, and places.
A series of web pages on the history and culture of ancient Rome.
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Includes history, achievements, builders, evils, gods, and maps. Also picture tours and class projects.
Brief look at the empire itself, ancient voices, social order, and daily life. From PBS.
From the BBC, this incredible site presents the people and lifestyles of the Roman Empire; army life, invasions, rebellions, leisure, family, religion, games
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