This category lists sites and pages that provide information about the Ancient world, from the dawn of civilization to the fall of the Western Roman Empire in AD 476 (including the so-called "Antique" or "Classical" periods of Europe). It includes information about the civilizations of ancient Rome, Egypt, Greece and Macedonia (including Minos and Mycenae), Mesopotamia (including Sumeria, Babylonia, and Assyria), and Persia (including Media, Pathia, and Sassania).
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Ancient Inventions from Smith College Museum
[ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] A list of ancient inventions and who invented them.
Collapse: Why Do Civilizations Fall?
[ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] Explore the fall of civilizations in ancient Maya, Mesopotamia, Anasazi, and the medieval African empires of Mali and Songhai. Learn about the archeological concepts of interpreting evidence and dating artifacts. Search for clues in activity site.
Egypt and the Ancient Near East
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Directory of web resources from the Oriental Institute at the University of Chicago. Includes links for students and teachers.
Just for Kids! Antiquity on the Web
[ Kids/Teens ] Collection of links to sites about the ancient world.
Mayan Kids Interactive
[ Kids ] Teaches about Mayan civilization through pictures, text, and games.
Mr Donn - Daily Life in Ancient Civilizations
[ Kids/Teens ] Learn about daily life in ancient civilizations around the world.
The Perseus Project
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] An evolving digital library of resources for the study of the ancient world, including archaeology, atlas, texts and translations.
The Prehistoric Archaeology of the Aegean
[ Mature Teens ] Lessons from Dartmouth College covering Aegean Civilization from the Paleolithic period through the end of the Minoan Palatial era in the twelfth century B.C.
Seven Wonders of the Ancient World
[ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] Can you name the seven wonders? Easy and fun. From CNN interactive.
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