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61. Dig - Electronic Resources
http// in Time ancient Greeceand ancient Rome http as/education/projects/ webunits/greecerome/civ.html.
Room 30
"Historical Dig"
Internet Resources: Listed below are some web sites that will provide you with a wide range of topics on Ancient Civilizations.
Ancient Civilizations
(general) The Ancient / Classical History Guide:
Ancient Scripts: Chico Kidlinks - Ancient History:
Daily Life in Ancient Civilizations: KidsClick! - Ancient Civilizations:
Nova - Lost Empires:
Odyssey Online: Valley of the Ancients: Warfare in the Ancient World: Ancient Egypt The Ancient Egypt Site:

62. Carver Elementary School, Newport News, VA
ancient egypt. ancient Greece and Rome. civilizations Greece and Rome. PortlandState's Greek civ for Kids. Voyage Back in Time ancient Greece Rome. Aquaducts.

Student Resources
Check here for important sites for students!
Language Arts
Dr. Seus Seusville
Jan Brett
Pooh Pages
Novels James and the Giant Peach Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Charlie and the Chocolate Factory WebQuest
Books on-Line
Children's Storybooks Online
Aesop's Fables - Online Collection
Enchanted Rhymes
FolktalesOnline ...
Jokes and Riddles
The Cay
The Cay
Timeline of WWII
Map of the Carribean
More Maps of the Carribean
Reading Skills
Earobics Game Goo
On-line Phonics Games
Alphabet Soup
2Bee or Nottoobee ...
Back to Top
On-line Drill and Practice
King's Math Activites
Math Stories
AAA Math
Fast Facts ...
A+ Math
Compare It
Place Value
G raphing program ...
Back to Top
Social Studies
Character Education Respect Responsibility Perseverance Caring ... Fairness
Ancient Civilizations

63. Mediev-L: Re: Ancient Eygpt And Western Civ. (Very Tan To This List)
Re ancient Eygpt and Western civ. For instance, while saviour cults seem to havebeen rather common, the particualr stress in egypt on the dying and
Re: Ancient Eygpt and Western Civ. (Very Tan to this List)
Sun, 1 Oct 1995 10:14:05 -0400

64. Mediev-L: Re: Ancient Eygpt And Western Civ. (Very Tan To This List)
Re ancient Eygpt and Western civ. (Very Tan to this List). Of coursenothing about it was allowed to see the light of day in egypt.
Re: Ancient Eygpt and Western Civ. (Very Tan to this List)
John Sloan ( JohnS426@AOL.COM
Tue, 3 Oct 1995 22:59:33 -0400

65. CiV Unique Powers Suggestions - Rise Of Nations Heaven Forums
British Stonehenge (ancient) Tower of London (medieval) The wonders you know likeegypt for example RoN general Discussion Suggestions » civ Unique Powers,192,,10

66. Civ Previews Summary - Rise Of Nations Heaven Forums
Topic Subject civ Previews Summary. Writeup http// otherfoot infantry) 2) AtlAtl (ancient Age, cheap,10,,10

67. Worldciv1links.html
last edited 3/21/03
Readings about the World, Vol. 1: World Civ Reader

Readings about the World, Vol. 2: World Civ Reader

Fordham's World History Systems Sourcebook

Washington State University: World Cultures Anthology
Christian Classics Ethereal Library

Resources for the Study of World History, Washington State
World Civilizations Page, Washington State TEXTBOOK RESOURCES Craig Brumment PRIMARY WORKS SECONDARY WORKS GUIDELINES A Sense of History How to Spot a Fake Primary Source on the Net: A Letter from Alexander to Aristotle Ten Commandments of Good Historical Writing PICTURES Images from World History Collection MAPS MUSEUM COLLECTIONS INTERACTIVE WEBSITES SYLLABI J. Pablo Silva, Cultural Encounters in History (Grinnell College) Hal Hanson, Cultural Contacts in World History (Suffolk University) Peter Piccione, World Civ to 1650 (College of Charleston) Art History Courses at St. Mary's College, Maryland ... Tulane University History Department Home Page FILM WORLD CIVILIZATIONS TO 1650, BY PERIOD/REGION

68. Mrs Wenninger
ancient egypt http// The Olympic Game of ancientGreece http// general Social Studies WebQuest.
U. S. History WebQuests
Western Civilization WebQuests
Ancient History WebQuests
Western Civ. and Ancient History WebQuests ...
Helpful Technology WebQuests
U.S. History WebQuest
Nathaniel Bacon Lives
The Great Depression
Life in Rural America During the 1800s
See the USA
Journey into the Revolutionary War…/default.htm The Mystic Warriors of the Plains
Keeping Their Stories Alive
American Revolutionaries
Civil War Gazette
Landmark Supreme Court Cases

69. Diop: The Black African Presence In Ancient Egypt
What they and I maintain is that ancient egyptian culture had widely when, as is thecase with egypt and Greece http//
Cheikh Anta Diop argues that many Ancient Egyptians were Black Africans; the Greek debt to Egypt The argument that Ancient Egypt was African deserves to be put Of course, there was also mixing with the Semitic-speaking peoples (the Akkadians, Phoenicians and Hyksos, the people of Babylonia and Assyria, and later the invading Arab armies) and with Indo-Europeans (elements of the Mitanni, Hyksos, Hittites and Sea Peoples; the invading Persian Empire, the Greeks that came in Alexander's wake; then the Romans). (1) Cheikh Anta Diop, The African Origin of Civilization , edited and translated by Mercer Cook, Lawrence Hill Books, Chicago 1974. The Great Sphinx had a negro head King Narmer, long regarded as the first Pharaoh - with negro features Pharaohs Zoser and Cheops Pharaohs Mycerinus and Mentuhotep I Pharaoh Sesostris I

70. Internet Modern History Sourcebook: Main Page
Extensive collection of texts, maps, and articles about the Renaissance and postReformation world .Category Society History By Time Period...... ancient Theories; 19th Century Philosophies of History; and Its Effects; EuropeanImmigration general; British; Soceity; The Palestinians. Turkey; egypt; Algeria;Iran;
Halsall Home Ancient History Sourcebook Medieval Sourcebook Modern History Course
Other History Sourcebooks: African East Asian Indian Islamic ... Science
Main Page Full Texts Multimedia Additions Search ... 21st Century The Internet Modern History Sourcebook now contains thousands of sources and the previous index pages were so large that they were crashing many browsers.
  • See Introduction for an explanation of the Sourcebook's goals. Explanation of Sources of Material Here See the Help! page for all the help on research I can offer.
    Although I am more than happy to receive notes if you have comments on this web site, I cannot answer specific research enquiries [and - for students - I cannot, or rather will not, do your homework.]
The Modern History Sourcebook now works as follows:
  • This Main Index page has been much extended to show all sections and sub sections. These have also been regularized in a consistent hierarchy. This should allow rapid review of where texts are. To access the sub-section pages , simply browse the sections below and select the highlighted (white text with green background) section title on the left.

Player Comment posted by Roman general 4238 on 6/6/02. You can't replace the Saracenciv alone. of Rock,Mosque,and Cathedral.(could also be ancient wonders) Eye

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Date Submitted = 2002-06-01
Author's Description: updated version of the previous mod. Read the "readme" file attached
Player Comment posted by Maximus Aurelius on 6/5/02 Nice Mod, but im not going to keep this one on for two reasons,
1. I don't like the fact that u had the chariot replace a longswordman
i myself like longswordman. 2. You had a egyption infantry replace a militia should of replaced man at arms. Im also like the Byzantine civ i don't know if its possible but if u make a v3 make it so it doesn't change the byzantine civ, only the saracen civ they the closest thing to egyptions in the game. Player Comment posted by Roman General 4238 on 6/6/02 You can't replace the Saracen civ alone. All the arab civs use the same graphics(turks, Saracens, Persians, and Byzantines) I replaced the Militia unit because its a crappy unit. ( I hate that club) I can either make the mod replace Asians, N. European, W. European, or Latin America. Player Comment posted by Cheruscan on 6/6/02 Egyptian Mod would be cool if it replaced the Aztec and Mayans.

72. World History
Acropolis Museum ancient egypt ancient History Sourcebook ancient Web Archeology NetArgos ancient and medieval View of History and Western civ Athena Review
General Resources American Government Biography Civil Justice/ ...
Ancient Mesoamerican Civilizations
- Maya, Mixtec, Zapotec, and Aztec
Ancient Mexcio
- Mesoamerica: primary documents, images, maps, culture, religion Ancient Near East and Mediterranean World (U. Chicago)
Ancient World Web

Archeology Net

- ancient and medieval history
Artist's View of History and Western Civ

Athena Review
- Journal of Archaeology, History, and Exploration
Byzantium 1200

Calendars Through the Ages

Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies
Compendium of Common Knowledge - details of everyday life in Elizabethan England, late Renaissance period Diotima: Women in the Ancient World Egypt: Secrets of an Ancient World (Nat. Geographic) Encyclopedia Romana Exploring Ancient World Cultures - Near East, India, Egypt, China, Greece, Rome, Islam, Europe Foundations of the Hellenic World - ancient Greece Gateway to World History Greek Civilization Greeks: Crucible of Civilization - PBS Hellenic Culture Historic Cities - maps, historic maps, documents, books

73. English Books > Children's/Teenage > History - General
0521776511 Cambridge Junior History ancient egypt Cummins, Philip 052177652X CambridgeJunior History ancient Rome Medcalf to the Present GreavesCiv of West

English Books

German Books

Spanish Books

Sheet Music
... Children's/Teenage Index of 2192 Titles
First page
Prev Next Last page ... A.A. Milne Castor, Harriet Non-Book Item (Details Unknown); ; ISBN: 0749643471 Abigail Adams: Girl Of Colonial Days (Aladdin Books) Wagoner, Jean Brown Paperback; Standard Hardcover size; ; ISBN: 0689716575 Abortion Greenhaven Hardcover; ; ISBN: 0737712481 Access to History Turner, Andrew Paperback; ; ISBN: 1853468576 Across American On An Emigrant Train Murphy, Jim Paperback; ; ISBN: 0395764831 Across the Plains in the Donner Party Murphy, Virginia Reed Reed, James Frazier Zeinert, Karen Hardback; Book; ; ISBN: 0208024042 Active History in Key Stages 3 and 4 Farmer, Alan (Head of Department of History, St Martin's College, Lancaster) Knight, Peter (Lecturer, Department of Educational Research, University of Lancaster) Paperback; ; ISBN: 1853463051 Advanced History Paperback; ; ISBN: 0431107289 Advanced History Detective Jamieson, Bruce A. Paperback; ; ISBN: 1898890803 Afghanistan The People Banting, Erinn Library Binding;

74. NM's Creative Impulse..References
Timeline of ancient egypt; Timelines of the Atomic Age; Greeks, Romans, and finallythe ancient Hebrews and Project; The Western Canon; World civ Documents; World
NM's Creative Impulse
References and Resources
If you are looking for specifics, you would probably be better off trying one of the cultures or time periods linked at the bottom of each category. Here you will find very general links to broad topics.

75. Kull's Ancient Empires Site
Lower egypt (3000 BC). Here's one major quibble with the civ II designers The phalanxwas the premier OFFENSIVE formation of ancient Near Eastern
End of the Bronze Age Home Screen Shots Read Me File Units
"End of the Bronze Age" Scenario, v1.1a (9/99)
by Paul Cullivan (Kull)
**** THE SCENARIO ****
The year is 1200 B.C. The place is the Ancient Middle East. It's a time when four large empires are contending for dominance in the Levant region (today's Syria, Israel and Lebanon.) Several of these cultures have existed for thousands of years, their power alternately rising and falling depending on the fortunes of their ruling dynasties. But now, something has changed. A combination of peoples in motion and an innovative new military technology have dramatically altered the old balance of power. It's the end of the Bronze Age and mighty empires are about to crumble! Will yours be one of them?
The top contenders:
Egypt: A large empire, but diplomatic failures have cost them most of the Levant.
Babylon: An ancient culture, long past it's prime. Geography could be an ally.
Assyria: New, dynamic, an up-and-coming power. But a possible war on 3 fronts?

76. 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.

77. Byzantine Civ
After enlarging the ancient Greek city of Byzantium Caesarea, counsel to the greatgeneral Belisarius and War and loses Syria , Palestine , Persia and egypt .

78. Dr. J's On-Line Survey Of Audio-Visual Resources For Classics: Greco-Roman Gener
how the civilizations in India, Greece, egypt, Italy and the full selection of generalRoman civ posters is Interactive ancient Mediterranean Project ok 6/02.
Click on this photo for
Dr J's Illustrated Guide to the Classical World Survey of Audio-Visual Resources for Classics
Directory of Distributors
Ancient World Civilizations

Middle and Near East Civilizations



Philosophy Greek Culture Civilization Art and Archaeology Games Greek Literature Epic Drama Greek Language Study Music Grammar, Vocabulary, Works Performance Materials Keyed to Specific Language Texts Roman Culture Civilization Art and Archaeology Games Roman Conquered Lands ... Pompeii, etc. Latin literature Poetry Drama Latin Language Study Music Games Performances Grammar, Vocabulary, Works ... Materials Keyed to Specific Language Texts The Classical Legacy In Our Language In Our Culture In Shakespeare In Film Elementary/Middle School Mythology Archaeology Aesop's Fables Ancient World Civilizations ... Roman Civilization Miscellaneous Apparel Art Replicas Coins, Jewelry, Medals Miscellanea ... Stationery GRECO-ROMAN CIVILIZATION GENERAL av websites instructional cd-roms instructional videos books on audio cassette ... posters Websites The Theatron Project Theatre History in Europe: Architectural and Textual Resources Online.

79. Mrs. Gablaski's Homepage
Links to general ancient civilization sites. Links to sites on egypt THese web sitesincludes some great information on artifacts, pyramids, religion, art and,1876,2749-108699-2-4611,00.html
Home Page

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Egypt Links

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Links to general ancient civilization sites.
These links go to sites with more than one civilization. These include most of the topics we will be studying so check them out! Links to sites on Egypt THese web sites includes some great information on artifacts, pyramids, religion, art and hieroglyphics. Homework Assignments Included are homework assignments for S.S. and LA Assignments Websites on ancient China THese are some great websites on ancient China. Websites on ancient Greece. These are some sites on ancient Greece including artifacts, archaeological finds, mytholigy, the theater, and much more. Websites on Ancient India These are some great websites to learn more about the history of ancient India. Websites dealing with major world relgions we will study. These sites include some of the religions we will be studying. Websites on the ancient Roman civilization.

80. Social Studies - World History Advanced
. Greek civ Sparta Athens/Culture The learner will be...... egypt Important Individuals The learner will be able to ancient Era (1000 BCE 300 CE)
Social Studies Grade K Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3 ... Civics/Government Adv/Reg World History Advanced World History Regular World History Basic American History Advanced American History Basic ...
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The learner will be able to identify the five themes of geography and apply them to historical places, cultures, and civilizations. Activities Classroom Instructional Resources World History: The Human Journey, Modern World, Holt, 2003, Classroom Material [Textbook]. Map Components
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The learner will be able to demonstrate various map skills. Activities Classroom Instructional Resources World History: The Human Journey, Modern World, Holt, 2003, Prologue 1.1 and throughout [Textbook].

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