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61. MetaCrawler Results | Search Query = Ancient Mesopotamia Pictures
Aztec, China, egypt, Greece, Mayan, Mesopotamia, Rome Grade ancient Mesopotamia Dailylife, pictures, maps RESEARCH RESOURCES ARCHIVES ancient civ H205 ancient Mesopotamia Pictures

62. Canadian History
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63. Carver Elementary School, Newport News, VA
Neferchichi's Tomb. Virtual egypt Postcards. ancient egypt. ancient Greece andRome. civilizations Greece and Rome. Portland State's Greek civ for Kids.

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64. Student Resources
Scrtec Index of Tracks; Board Games of the ancient civ Web Quest; ancient egyptianReligion; Color Tour of egypt; Heiroglyphics A translator, Write your name;
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65. Ancient Egypt Page
one of the most fascinating collectable artifacts from ancient egypt. them from evilin their daily lives as During egypt's Middle Kingdom Era, a Ushabti was

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... Reference Desk Ancient Egypt Egyptian Hieroglyphs - This site sponsored by The Royal Ontario Museum will even let you translate English words and sentences into hieroglyphs! Ancient Egypt - A nice site with sections on the kings and queens of Egypt, hieroglyphs, pyramids and temples and fun items such as screensavers and some games. Summaries of notable Egyptian Gods Egypt.Com Egyptian faience is a ceramic that consists chiefly of quartz. What makes it so attractive is its glaze, a result of adding ground copper to the quartz, producing a vibrant blue-green color. The color was very symbolic because it represented the most important life source for Egyptians, the Nile River. Egyptians believed that faience embodied the powers of rebirth; in fact, from various writings that spanned the centuries, faience was reverenced in the same way that the sun and stars were. Scarab Beatle For good luck. This one has an inscription on the bottom

66. LS&A Bulletin 01-02, Classical Studies
Hellenistic and Roman egypt are studied through English translations of documentsrelated to civ. work on major problems in the study of the ancient world in a
Courses in Classical Civilization (Division 344)
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CLCIV 101. Classical Civilization I: The Ancient Greek World (in English).
No credit granted to those who have completed or are enrolled in Great Books 191 or 201. I. (4). (HU). An introduction to the civilization of ancient Greece from the beginnings through the Hellenistic age.
CLCIV 102. Classical Civilization II: The Ancient Roman World (in English).
II. (4). (HU). An introduction to the civilization of ancient Rome from the beginnings through early Christianity.
CLCIV 120. First-year Seminar in Classical Civilization (Humanities).
Only first-year students, including those with sophomore standing, may pre-register for First-Year Seminars. All others need permission of instructor. (3). (HU). This course addresses a wide range of topics from the ancient Greek and Roman cultures. These are studied for their ideas, literary values, and as illustrations of socio-historical and other historical and intellectual developments important for the understanding of the ancient and modern world, their achievements and problems.
CLCIV 121. First-year Seminar in Classical Civilization (Composition).

67. LCDS Foundations Of Western Civilization
Mark Millmore's ancient egypt A personal page filled with interesting facts aboutpyramids REF 939 civ civilization of the ancient Mediterranean Greece
Foundations of Western Civilization 8th Grade GENERAL WEB SITES Exploring Ancient World Cultures
The University of Evansville (Indiana) provides an "introduction to ancient cultures on the World Wide Web". The following ancient cultures are covered on this site: Near East, India, Egypt, China, Greece, Rome, Islam, and Europe. The History Channel
The History Channel produces documentaries ranging from the beginning of time to the present. Its accompanying website provides information relating to events and/or the pieces they produce. Readers can search by keywords and/or timeline to define their results. Smithsonian Institute
Established in 1846, the Institution is made up of 16 museums that house over 140 million artifacts and also serves as a center for research dedicated to public education, national service, and scholarship in the arts, sciences, and history. CHINA Early Ming Economy
A student's research found on the Pacific University's Asian Studies Page, this project provides information specifically on China's early agricultural developments, manufacturing in early China, and early service sectors (banks) in China. Silk Road Foundation
Traditional Chinese Culture

This site is from a course taught at Ohio State University. The links are for handouts from the course and give general information on a variety of topics such as individual dynasties, religions, traditional customs and festivals, and medical theories.

68. HomePlate
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69. Weight In Space
to study a country north of egypt across what as/education/projects/98/greecerome/civ.htmlancient riolinda1/oconnor/6links/greece.htm ancient Greece Resources.
Greece: Where Are You? Lesson Summary In this lesson students will be introduced to the location of Greece and some interesting facts about the climate, land, plant life, and architecture.
Objectives / SOL Correlation
H/SS 3.4 The student will develop map skills by a) Locating Greece, Rome, and West Africa; b) Describing the physical and human characteristics of Greece, Rome, and West Africa; c) Explaining how the people of Greece, Rome, and West Africa adapted to and/or changed their environment to meet their needs. H/SS 3.5 The student will develop map skills by a) Positioning and labeling the seven continents and four oceans to create a world map; b) Using the equator and prime meridian to identify the four hemispheres; c) Locating the countries of Spain, England, and France; H/SS 3.4 The student will interpret geographic information from maps, tables, graphs, and charts. Expected Student Outcomes
  • Students will be able to identify ways that people adapt to their environment Students will be able to identify at least two major occupations in Greece Students will be able to recognize Greek characters (alphabet) Students will be able to locate Greece on a world map Students will be able to discuss the importance of the sea to Greek life Students will be familiar with different map projections
Vocabulary Architecture ancient climate environment contribution land (typography) Materials Needed Handouts Overhead Crayons Maps Internet—wonderful websites Holiday brochure pictures

70. Classical Civilization
civilization, Women in Antiquity, and GrecoRoman egypt. in the following subjectareas ancient history, archaeology Get the Classical civ requirements as a
Classical Civilization What is Classical Civilization? Why study the Ancient World? How can Classical Civilization help me? Degree Requirements What is Classical Civilization? Classical Civilization is an exploration of the life and culture of the ancient Greeks and Romans. Our concentrators examine almost every aspect of ancient life - what the ancients thought, what they ate and drank, the warfare and combat, and what they did for fun. Students are also able to study the art, architecture, and literature of these cultures. **Although no knowledge of Greek or Latin is required for this concentration, students are strongly encouraged to take courses in one or both languages.** Why study the Ancient World? This era in history produced some of the greatest literature, most profound moral and political thought and finest art of all time. For this reason alone, the study of the ancient world is enjoyable and rewarding. Yet the ancient world also had a deep impact on later civilizations, including our own. By studying the ancient world, we begin to understand our relation to the past and gain a perspective on the contemporary world. Equal attention is given to the study of literary and archeological evidence of Classical Civilization. Some examples of course options dedicated to the exploration of this evidence include Greek Mythology, Sports and Daily Life in Greece and Rome, Death in the Ancient World, War in Greek and Roman Civilization, Women in Antiquity, and Greco-Roman Egypt.

71. H113x538.html
Western civ Web Reader (click to see list of readings available Urban RevolutionMesopotamia egypt. The Inside Story Seven Wonders of the ancient World The
(Note: The following syllabus is correct as of 12/3/00.
It is subject to changes which will be announced in class.
Patience with the links; they need to be verified. Please report dead links to instructor.
NOTE: The date of the FINAL EXAM is Friday Dec. 15 at 8:00 a.m.. A tentative list of identifications tom review for the final is now available. Click on the link under "Other Resources."
Required Books:
A Short History of Western Civilization , vol. I: to 1776, 8th ed. Available in bookstore
Sophocles, Oedipus the King (any ed., check bookstore for availability; also available on web
Einhard, Life of Charlemagne (available on the web) Western Civ Web Reader (click to see list of readings available on the web)

Other Resources:
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Course Requirements
In addition to a midterm and final, there will be quizzes and writing assignments announced in advance. Students will also write two short papers based on the reading of longer assignments("Oedipus," and "The Life of Charlemagne. More information will be given later on the papers. Be sure you understand the school's policy on plagiarism (cheating). Those guilty of it will be dealt with in accordance with the regulations spelled out in the

72. Key Terms Ancient Civilizations Ancient World (cont.) (3100-500
The pyramids in ancient egypt have fascinated people for centuries. civilizationsreally begins with the study of ancient Greece. Return to Western civ Page.
Study Guide for Mid-term Exam #1
Exam Date: 10/9
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Key Terms Ancient Civilizations Ancient World (cont.)
(3100-500 BC)
  • Mesopotamia (3000-1000 BC)
        Code of Hammurabi Egypt
          Menes Great Pyramid
          Ma'at Book of the Dead

        Key Terms New Outlooks/Palestine Greece II
        (750-400 BC)
        • Palestine
                Abraham Moses
              Unique Qualities
            Greece (750-500 BC)
              Greek Alphabet
                Acropolis Agora
                  Zeus Hera Persephone Athena
                Olympic Games
                  Helots Equals
                    Assembly Council of 500 Juries
                    Ostracism Citizens Slavery
                  Key Terms Classical Greece
                  • Era of Warfare
                      Persian Wars (490-479 BC)
                        Greek League
                      Empire of Athens
                        Peloponnesian Wars (431-404 BC)
                      Two Macedonians Philip Alexander Greek Ideals Spread
                      • Thinkers/Philosophers
                          Pythagoras Socrates Plato

                      Time periods Event Rough Time Period Construction of Great Pyramid 2600 BC Estimated era of the life of Abraham 1900 BC Code of Hammurabi 1750 BC Estimated era of the life of Moses 1200 BC Persian Wars 500-475 BC Peloponnesian Wars 430-400 BC

73. USU Online - Usu1320 Syllabus
course is not an inoculation with ancient civ virus so Museum and read WineMakingin egypt , WebCT/Electronic Film Athens ancient Greece Part 1 , WebCT
Skip to main content USU Online offers fully web-based courses and degree programs. This page contains links to information about USU's online courses and distance education. It also provides a full catalog of USU's online offerings, as well as access to these courses.
Welcome to the Orientation to Civilization/Humanities USU 1320 "An Introduction to the Origin and Development of Civilization Focusing on Egyptian Civilization." The Orientation is designed to introduce you to the various components of the class including reading material, assignments and tests. This course was developed by David F. Lancy, Professor of Anthropology at Utah State University. It was a team effort and contributors included: Megan Andrew-Hobbs, Eddie Loo, Kevin Reeve, Kathy Daugherty, Micah Schicker, Becky Stinson, David Debry, Kathryn Summers and Buck Hedges.
Let's begin with a brief quotation from the Egyptian Book of the Dead: We now return our souls to the creator

74. Ancient Civilizations
Designed for kids SCORE ancient civ. difficult for middle school students egypt History(ArabNet) detailed history of egypt from ancient to modern times.
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Ancient Civilization Map Links
(Maps may also be found within sites listed for each civilization) World Cultures Atlases
maps of Greece, Hebrews-Judea-Israel, India, Rome
Maps of the Ancient World (Kelsey)
topographic maps of the ancient world: the eastern Mediterranean, Greece, Italy and Germany
Map of Four River Valley Cultures Map: Mesopotamia (region)
regional map with Tigris-Euphrates valley outlined, colored
Map: Mesopotamia (detail)
detail map of Mesopotamia with cities, rivers and mountains marked, black and white
Map: Egypt
map of Ancient Egypt with close up views of Upper, Central and Lower Egypt, and the Sinai Peninsula; includes maps of the pyramids at Giza and ancient Thebes
Perseus Atlas (Ancient Greece)
interactive atlas of ancient Greece and neighboring areas; requires Java and Java Script enabled

75. Caribou High School Library: General History Links
documents, Meta Lists, US History, Western civ, and World HistoryLink 101 View egypt,Greece, Mesopotamia, and Rome. overview of the culture of ancient Greece Studies/ssgeneral.html
General History Sites find more sites on: African Americans, Geneology, Holocaust, Native Americans and Women under Special Sites Divisions: General Ancient History Middle Ages Renaissance ... Modern Period Military History: General World War I World War II Cold War ... Vietnam War General Sites which cover more than one time period: Arts and - An interactive site with wonderful links for Design Arts, Film, Literature, Music, Performing Arts and Visual Arts. Create your own timeline for your projects! Marie Time Capsule
The site enables users to create printable "Time Capsules" for any date in history from 1800 to 2001, although "data for the years 1800 - 1875 is probably spotty." A Quick Page includes headlines, famous birthdays, top songs, TV shows, top books, and top toys for the date given. An Advanced Page allows one to create a customized page with numerous items to
choose from in the above categories with space for adding personalized choices. Results will also include Academy Award winners and economic indicators (e.g., the Dow and prices of staple goods). Created by a purveyor of archival scrapbook materials.
Virtual Field Trips Online
- Travel on-line to far away places.

76. Social Studies
Artist's View of History and Western civ. Exploring ancient World Cultures NearEast, India, egypt, China, Greece, Rome Seven Wonders of the ancient World. Studies.htm
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77. Term Papers - Term Papers - Asian Studies - 018-075
in the past, and then discusses daily life in China paper uses the example of egypt'sAswan High
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78. Egypt
will take you to various aspects of ancient egypt, each with comprehensive essay onthe history of egypt and Greece rest of the great Classic Greek civ web pages State University Greek Civilization

79. Alphabetical Listing Of Network Sites
5061 A fast growing, documented site discussing the ancient history of egypt, Israel,the Its tour offerings include visits to several civ Coin Site

80. Lexington Community College, History Of Europe Through Mid-17th Century, HIS104
Leonardo da Vinci, WebMuseum, Paris. Leah Lange on daily life in AthensAncient Greek World; Lucas Tuggle on heroes of Western civ
History of Europe to the Mid-Seventeenth Century
Spring 1999
Troy Freeman on Islamic Contributions to Medieval Europe in the fields of Architecture, Education, and other Technologies See Troy's website review online! Brandon Johnson on King Arthur Scott Reed on the Trojan War See Scott's website review online! Jennifer Taylor on Expressions of Renaissance Humanism in the Historical Landscape
Scott Delk on Jesus of Nazareth and the Roman Empire Jenny Ferguson on the story of Sappho and her poetry Matt Graves on Charlemagne's public persona See Matt's website review online!

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