This site has information and links to all things classical. Check
out the Latin area
of this site.
There are a lot of very difficult questions here.
How to... A lot of Latin-related projects
Hear Classical Poetry
This site requires a Shockwave plug-in.
Check out this monster
nomen tibi? Your name in Latin!
and Greek Clipart
Christmas Carols in Latin
National Latin Exam
This site provides information about the NLE, which is taken in
Medusa Mythology Exam
SAT-II Latin site
Official AP Latin
Ohio Junior Classical League
The updated site is now here! Here is all of the information you need
for preparing for the upcoming convention.
National Junior Classical League
NJCL offers a convention in the summer for those crazy students for whom
one Latin convention per year is not enough! Details can be found here.
Words from Classical Elements
Notes from a course I taught at KSU from 1996 to 1999.
The Celator's Learning Place
Lots of good links from the premier ancient coin magazine. If you back up
to celator.com, you can find links to most of the best dealer sites too.
Forvm Ancient Coins--Some good articles and such
along with coins for sale:
Roman Gladiator site:
"Because of the new movie "Gladiators," CTCWeb editors thought
you might want to learn more about gladiators and gladiatorial combat..."
Great use of technology, but it is pretty dark and a bummer if you are
on a dial-up modem!
Links from from the University of Kentucky.
On the right hand side there information about clothing and instructions on
how to make it.
This site is actually about music but it has great pictures of Roman
to make a toga!
"Now on to the serious business of toga-tying...."
Here are some pages of
links ancient costumes gathered by Mary Carroll.
Several thumbs of Roman dress. Looks great!
The clothing of
A lot of the pictures are too dark. If it doesn't come up, the show to
select is "Reproductions of Ancient Costumes ..."
More on Roman dress
Ancient Roman Empire Costume Links at The Costumer's
Nova Roma togas
Information about the toga.
Toga-man's Toga FAQs
More toga information.
Classical mythology themes
A nice website showing art inspired by mythology.
Excellent website for all sorts of mythology. Check out
the Greek, Greek Heroic, and Roman areas!
& Literature for Elementary Teachers
A collection of ancient world resources for elementary teachers.
This page was created for CAMWS by Laura Gawlinski and published by the
Randolph-Macon College Department of Classics.
This site is designed to be used in conjunction with a Mythology course
taught by Prof. Ruth Webb (Princeton University).
Myth. The Ancient Sources
Images and texts that describe the Olympian Gods. Maintained by Laurel
Source of images of the Greek Pantheon.
Huge site. Whew!
Created by Dr. Robin Mitchell-Boyask, Professor at Temple University
Ancient/Classical History site
This site has information and links to all things classical.
Check out the Latin
area of this site.
DIR is an on-line encyclopedia on the rulers of the Roman
empire from Augustus (27 BC-AD 14) to Constantine XI Palaeologus
The Forum Romanum:
exploring an ancient Market Place
This website gives a description of the Roman Forum between 100 BC and
Visual Compendium of Roman Emperors
This page presents an illustrated list of Roman Emperors.
Compiled by Justin D. Paola.
Is it human nature to have to write on things?
Description of the different Greek and Roman war machines. Here's another
Art and Archaeology
aspects of Roman Architecture and Engineering
is a cool site!
A website featuring 51 different Greek archaeological sites, from Actium
to Zakros, presented in QuickTime VR panoramas.
Catalog of Roman Coins
"A Web site devoted to helping students and teachers learn more
about ancient Roman coins."
Great pictures of Troy and Roman ruins, mosaics, etc. in Britain, France,
Painting: Frescoes From Campania
Nice slide show.
OhioLink media databases
OhioLink has a glorious site with art and architecture pictures.
An unguided tour
In the summer of 1994 Richard Frankel spent a month working in and
exploring Pompeii. This site share some of those images taken during that time.
The Pompeii Forum Project is an interdisciplinary collaborative research venture
sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities, the University of
Virginia, and private contributors.
The site is in Dutch, but the links are primarily in English. You will
find a lot of good links by going to the CULTUUR section.
The Ovid Project
Links for AP Latin
A good collection of sites that focus on AP Latin authors.
Meet Mr. Winkle!
Do you know what preternaturally
cute means? Meet Mr. Winkle and find out!