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These links take you to sites that are mostly artwork and images. Also look under mythology from the Cambridgelinks page. You will also find some webquests here.
A database of archological artwork and images. Free for educational use if permission is obtained in advance.
A teacher-designed webquest on Pompeii. It includes information about the eruption of Mt. St. Helens.
Getty Museum website. Also history information (Emperor Trajan, etc.)
Click here to learn more about the collections at the British Museum:
The Boston Museum of Fine Arts, home of one of the finest collections of antiquities in the United States:
The Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk, Virginia. Check out their educational tours of Greek and Roman antiquity and of mythology in art:
A massive mythology-related slide collection by Dr. Ambrose of the University of Vermont:
Numismatics: for those interested in ancient coins. You can also check out what your favorite Roman emperors looked like:
Artwork and commentary on the story of Troy.
The Zoom Project at the University of California at Berkely. It's like a museum with images that you can examine in detail. Try running a search for a mythological character, like Aeneas:
The Institute of Nautical Archeology (underwater archaeaology). Includes a museum/gallery of pictures, and information about Bronze Age shipwrecks. Gorgeous site!
This site offers Webcam views of part of Rome, a little bit of imperial history, and some good information on Roman food and daily life.
a site for exploring the Column of Trajan as a sculptural monument
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