A to Z of Ancient The earliest empires had been in the east. Egypt, Mesopotamia, China, India, and Greece were all home to at least one powerful civilization. About 387BC, a city on the Italian peninsula began acquiring land and building an empire.
Chetro Ketl Great Kiva This site presents a three-dimensional reconstruction of a Great Kiva, an architectural feature found in many prehistoric Anasazi communities in the Southwestern United States. This particular model was created using archaeological records from the excavated Chetro Ketl Great Kiva, which is located in Chaco Canyon in northwestern New Mexico.
GB Online's Mesoamerica A complete site about the people of Mesoamerica; includes Writing, Ceramics, Sites and More.
Guardian's Egypt Welcome to Guardian's Egypt where you can explore the mystery and splendor of ancient Egypt from the comfort of your own computer. Egypt is a fascinating land which boasts of a rich history and a colorful culture.
Ice Treasures of the Inca This offers and interactive journey with climber Johan Reinhard to find the great treasures of the Inca. You can follow the step-by-step journey of discovery.
Internet Ancient History Sourcebook The Internet Ancient History Sourcebook has expanded greatly since its creation, and now contains hundred of local files as well as links to source texts throughout the net.
Odyssey Online Welcome to Odyssey Online, a journey to explore the ancient Near East, Egypt, Greece, Rome, and 19th - 20th century sub-Saharan Africa.
Pegasus Paradise Our page contains Greek mythological Gods, Heros and Heroines, Animals and a Game. Enjoy!
Rabbit In The Moon: Mayan Glyphs And Architecture Here you can learn how to write your name in Mayan Glyphs. You have to write it on your own paper, though. You can make your own Mayan Calendar on this site. All you have to do is type in a date.
The Ancient World Web Find links to many different ancient countries. Explored Egypt. There's lots of information and great photos of buildings, tools, and art.
The Maya Astronomy Page This is a fun site on the Maya. It is very easy and interesting to use. In the Maya Mathematics link it is really neat to see how they used to count.
The Tomb of the Chihuahua Pharaohs. The Tomb of the Chihuahua Pharaohs is a fun way to learn about ancient times. Includes Egyptian clip art, links for kids, lesson plans for teachers and even a guide to how mummies were made.
Virtual Egypt Virtual-Egypt - An educational resource about ancient Egypt. Learn about pyramids, hieroglyphics, mummys, view articles, photos and multimedia.
Wit & Wine: A New Look at Ancient Iranian Ceramics Ancient Iranian ceramics illustrate the 5,000-year ceramic tradition that flourished in ancient Iran until 100 BCE. Images and text demonstrate a rich yet little known tradition that establishes ancient Iranian pottery as one of the great ceramic traditions.