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CityYouth Ancient History Links


Multidisciplinary

CityYouth: Ancient History, Multidisciplinary Teacher Resources 
 

Ancient Egypt | Math | Science

Ancient China | Math | Science

Ancient Greece | Math | Science

Ancient Rome | Math | Science


Ancient Egypt: Math

An Overview of Egyptian Mathematics Complete text of the article reproduced in the teacher's guide.

Egyptian Numerals Another article on Egyptian math by J. J. O'Connor and E. F. Robertson.

Ancient Egypt: Science

The Inundation or Tour Egypt Feature: The Inundation By Caroline Seawright. The story of the annual flood of the Nile. (This article is in the teacher's guide.)

The Aswan High Dam Basic facts and the pros and cons of the dam. Suitable reading for middle school. By Susan Shears, Platts Heath Primary School, Maidstone, U.K.

Aswan Dam From an engineering class at University of Colorado at Denver.

Building of the First Aswan Dam and the Inundation of Lower Nubia A short explanation and a series of photographs. From Kelsey Museum, University of Michigan.

Safeguard of the Nile Valley Monuments The Aswan Dam covered some ancient sites with water. The article tells how the problem was addressed. From the World Bank.

Geography and Agriculture From an exhibit on ancient Egypt by Minnesota State University, Mankato.

Geographic Features of Ancient Egypt A click-on map showing various features of the Egyptian landscape. From an extensive site on ancient Egypt by the British Museum.

Space Shuttle images of the Nile flooding From NASA.

Ancient China: Math

Overview of Chinese Mathematics Complete text of the article reproduced in the teacher's guide.

Yang Hui Complete text of the article reproduced in the teacher's guide.

Magic Squares Many links to articles and lessons on magic squares. From the Math Forum.

Magic Square A more technical article on magic squares. From Wolfram Research, Inc.

Ancient China: Science

Space Radar Views Ancient Chinese Climate, Quake Faults A press release from Jet Propulsion Laboratory. (This text is reproduced in the teacher's guide.)

China: A Country of Many Earthquakes Many articles on earthquakes in China from the Museum of Earthquakes.

Prehistory of Earthquake Instruments Tells of the first attempts to measure earthquakes. From HEAT (Historical Earthquake Theories) at the University of Vienna.

Ancient Seismometer Describes and has pictures of the first seismometer, invented in China in A.D. 137. From the Chinese Historical and Cultural Project.

Strange Seismometers From ancient Chinese devices to boulders. From About.com.

Ancient Greece: Math

Doubling the Cube Complete text of the article reproduced in the teacher's guide.

Three Problems of Antiquity Mathematical proofs.

"Impossible" Geometric Constructions Links to discussions and proofs. From Ask Dr. Math.

Duplication of the Cube History of the problem by Francois Rivest and Stephane Zafirov.

Ancient Greece: Science

Thera Clear explanation of the event on Santorini. By anthropology students at Minnesota State University, Mankato.

Santorini From Wikipedia.

Prehistoric Archaeology of the Aegean Text and lessons. From Dartmouth College.

Akrotiri: An Aegean Bronze Age City From the book Archaeology and Volcanism by Stephen L. Harris, California State University, Sacramento.

Ancient Rome: Math

Censor Article on the Roman magistrates responsible for, among other things, taking a census.

By Jona Lendering. (This article is reproduced in the teacher's guide.)

Censor A more academic article on the censor. From an unsigned article on pp. 260-266 of

A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities by William Smith, D.C.L., LL.D., John Murray, London, 1875.

The Census Part of an article title "Roman Society, Roman Life" from the Illustrated History of the Roman Empire.

Population of Ancient Rome The opening paragraphs of an article in Antiquity, vol. 71 (1997), 966-78.

Roman Census Figures Census figures from before 508 B.C. to A.D. 47. A note warns: "All the figures given are problematical, in various ways. First, there is the problem of the correct transmission of numbers in the manuscripts. Second, there is the issue of who precisely are being counted in each census. Third, there is the question as to whether complete census returns were ever made. Most authorities find it difficult to believe that statistics prior to 340 B.C. are anything but fictitious."

Ancient Rome: Science

Roman Aqueducts and Water Systems A long introduction and links to descriptions of parts of the system. By Jason Moyer, class of '97, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine.

Roman Aqueducts Text, pictures, and a diagram. From InfoRoma.

Roman Aqueduct: Web Links Huge collection of links, part of Roman Sites. Great site! By Bill Thayer.

Sextus Julius Frontinus: The Aqueducts of Rome The complete text. From Bill Thayer.

 
Ancient Rome

CityYouth: Ancient History, Ancient Rome

General | Rome: Republic to Empire | Augustus: The Leader | Jews and Christians in the Empire

General

Rome A comprehensive history of ancient Rome. To get started, click on "Contents." From Richard Hooker.

Lectures from the History Guide:

Early Roman Civilization, 753-509 BC

Republican Rome, 509-31 BC

Augustus Caesar and the Pax Romana

A Brief Social History of the Roman Empire

The Decline and Fall of Rome

Christianity as a Cultural Revolution

Ancient Rome Information on Roman eras and rulers. From Rome Unleashed.

Ancient Rome Information on ancient Roman daily life and art, along with pictures and maps. From Eric Rymer.

Ancient Rome Links to ancient Roman art, life, leaders, and artifacts. From Joe Shetler.

Ancient Rome A great collection of links on ancient Rome. From Bill Thayer.

Ancient Rome From Chrysalinks.

Rome Primary sources from the Internet Ancient History Sourcebook.

Ancient Rome Classroom Resources Lessons on ancient Rome. From PBS.

Ancient Rome Large collection of links to great sites. From Best of History Websites.

Rome: Republic to Empire

Roman History Short chapters on Roman history beginning with the founding of Rome and ending with Caesar's death. From Lena Dalkeith.

Founding of Rome The ancient myth on the founding of Rome.

Legend of Romulus and Remus A simplified version of the legend of the founding of Rome. From The Reticulum Project.

Roman Dictator An explanation of the office and a list of all the dictators in the republic. From Wikipedia.

Cincinnatus Story of the man made dictator twice and returned home to his farm. From Kentucky Educational Television.

Cincinnatus From Wikipedia.

Lucius Cornelius Sulla A biography of the famous Roman general, 138-78 BC. From Suzanne Cross.

Sulla A biography of Sulla written by Plutarch. From Daniel C. Stevenson.

Roman Dictatorships An essay on the development of the Roman idea of dictatorship with information on Roman dictators. From Wikipedia.

Roman Dictatorship A lesson for 3rd and 4th grades called "Dictator for a Day." From Discovery.com.

Roman History A history of the Roman republics and the subsequent evolution of dictatorships. From Dr. Harold Damerow.

Spartacus Historical background of Spartacus. From Barbara McManus.

Spartacus Information on Spartacus and the decline of slavery. From Frank Smitha

Spartacus From International History Project.

Spatacus Links from Open Directory Project.

Julius Caesar Information about Julius Caesar's life, death, and Antony's eulogy. From KET.

Julius Caesar Detailed information on Caesar's life from his youth to his death. From Michael Akinde.

Julius Caesar A biography of Caesar and Rome, detailing Caesar's life and his battles from 100-44 B.C. From Suzanne Cross.

Julius Caesar Information on Caesar including his family, personality, and world outlook. From Vitalog.

Julius Caesar Crosses the Rubicon, 49 BC An account written by Roman historian Suetonius. From EyeWitness to History.

Assassination of Julius Caesar, 44 BC Nicolaus of Damascus wrote this account of the murder of Caesar a few years after the event. From EyeWitness to History.

Augustus: The Leader

Augustus A history of Augustus' life and his political legacy. From Garrett Fagan.

Augustus A history of Augustus written by Seutonius. From John Woggon.

More Biographies of Augustus:

Augustus From Wikipedia.

Augustus From Catholic Encyclopedia.

Augustus From Illustrated History of the Roman Empire.

Augustus From Michael Cheilik.

Augustus From LucidCafe.

The Age of Augustus By Richard Hooker.

Augustus Links from Open Directory Project.

Augustus Links from Google Directory.

Augustus Links from Yahoo Directory.

Caesar Augustus: An Annotated Guide to Online Resources From Virgil.org.

Cicero Cicero's quotations on many subjects. From Michael Moncur.

Cicero His biography written by Plutarch in A.D. 75.

Cicero Describes Cicero's philosophy and his suggestions for successful oratory. From Maria Rinaldi.

Cicero A biography of Cicero and his major works. From Wikipedia.

More biographies of Cicero:

Cicero From Columbia Encyclopedia.

Cicero From Malaspina Great Books.

Cicero From Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

Cicero By Richard Hooker.

Marcus Tullius Cicero Links to many sources. By Joseph J. Hughes.

Marcus Tullius Cicero By William Harris, Emeritus, Middlebury College.

Cicero Links from Google Directory.

Cicero Links from Open Directory Project.

Cicero Links from Yahoo Directory.

Philosophy Resources on the Internet: Cicero Links to many, many resources on Cicero. From EpistemeLinks.com.

Roman government Details the composition and structure of the Roman government.

Roman Government A description of the structure of Roman government. From Barbara McManus.

Ancient Civilizations Links to lessons on ancient Egypt, ancient Greece, and ancient Rome. From Steven Kreis.

Find information on the following leaders from other civilizations:

Ramses

Hatshepsut

Confucius

Lao Zi

Pericles

Plato

Aristotle

Jews and Christians in the Empire

Jews in the Roman Empire A brief description of the persecution of the Jews in Rome and the destruction of the temple. From PBS.

Jews in Rome A history of the treatment of the Jews in Rome for the first 70 years A.D.

Jews in the Roman Empire History of the persecution of the Jews. From American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise.

Jews A history of Jews in the Roman Empire for younger age groups. From History for Kids.

Christians in the Roman Empire A history of the treatment of Christians under the Roman Empire.

Nero Persecutes the Christians Roman historian Tacitus tells the story. From EyeWitness to History.

Christians A discussion on the persecution of the Christians. From BBC History.

Persecution of Christians A description of Nero's persecution of the Christians. From Ken Anderson.

Greek and Roman Gods A chart describing the Greek and Roman gods who shared the same stories but different names. From MIStupid.com

Roman Gods Information on Roman gods and the emergence of new religions in ancient Rome.

Roman Gods A chart of Roman gods, their personifications, and their images.

Roman Emperors A time line of the Roman emperors with links for more information on each one. From De Imperatoribvs Romanis.

 
Ancient Greece

CityYouth: Ancient History, Ancient Greece

General | Pericles and Athenian Democracy | Athens Versus Sparta | Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle

General

Ancient Greece A comprehensive history of ancient Greece. To get started, click on "Contents." From Richard Hooker.

Ancient Greece A wide variety of information about ancient Greece, including history, people, art, and wars. From Universal Artists Inc.

Lectures from the History Guide:

Homer and the Greek Renaissance, 900-600BC

The Athenian Origins of Direct Democracy

Classical Greece, 500-323BC

Greek Thought: Socrates, Plato and Aristotle

From Polis to Cosmopolis: Hellenization and Alexander the Great, 323-30BC

Ancient Greece Lessons for students on Greek geography, Greek city-states, Athens and the women who lived there, and Sparta. From Open School BC.

Ancient Greece A variety of information on the Olympics, Athens, and Corinth. From BBC.

Ancient Greece History Link 101's site has information on a variety of topics on ancient Greece including daily life, art, and maps. From Eric Rymer.

The Greeks: Crucible of Civilization From PBS.

Greece Timeline From Ancient-Greece.org.

Greece Primary sources from the Internet Ancient History Sourcebook.

Ancient Greece From Chrysalinks.

Ancient Greece Large collection of links to great sites. From Best of History Websites.

Pericles and Athenian Democracy

Greek polis Explains the Greek innovation of the city-state and the type of governments that governed them. From Richard Hooker.

Pericles The text of Pericles' famous funeral oration. From Ancient History Sourcebook

Pericles' Funeral Oration This site breaks down Pericles' funeral oration into segments with analysis of what Pericles was saying. From Janice Siegel.

Pericles A biography of Pericles by Plutarch.

More biographies of Pericles:

Pericles From Compton Encyclopedia.

Pericles From PBS's "The Greeks."

Pericles From Encyclopedia Britannica (11th Edition).

Pericles From The New Calendar of Great Men.

Pericles From the Columbia Encyclopedia.

Pericles From Wikipedia.

Pericles From Infoplease.

Pericles From V.E.K. Sandels.

Pericles Links from Yahoo Directory.

Greek Drama A site devoted to many aspects of ancient Greek theater, such as the origins of theater, construction of amphitheaters, and Greek tragedies. From East Los Angeles College.

Athens Versus Sparta

Peloponnesian War Details the causes and events of the Peloponnesian War, in which Athens battled the Peloponnesian Confederacy. From Laconian Professionals.

Peloponnesian War A summary of the Peloponnesian War between Sparta and Athens. It also includes links to other universities' sites and links to sites on Greek drama. From Indiana University Bloomington.

Athens vs. Sparta A printable chart that compares society and government in Athens and Sparta. From Discovery School.

Comparing Athens and Sparta A lesson comparing the city-states. From Discovery School.

Athens vs. Sparta The story of conflict between Athens and Sparta. From Hendrik van Loon.

Athens vs. Sparta An essay on the governments of Athens and Sparta. From Studyworld.

Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle

From The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy:

Aristotle--Overview Tells of Aristotle's life and his teachings.

Aristotle--Politics

Aristotle--Ethics

Plato--General Overview Tells of his life and basic teachings.

Plato's Political Philosophy

The Suicide of Socrates, 399 BC Plato describes the execution of Socrates.

Socrates A history of Socrates' life and philosophy. From Richard Hooker.

Socrates A biography of Socrates' life. From LoveToKnow Corp.

Socrates From Catholic Encyclopedia.

Socrates Links from Open Directory Project.

Plato--General Overview Tells of his life and basic teachings. From Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

Plato A discussion of Plato's life and works. From Garth Kemerling

Plato A discussion of Plato's life, works, and views on nature. From Prof. Fred Wilson.

Plato Plato's philosophies and works. From Richard Hooker.

More biographies of Plato:

Plato By J J O'Connor and E F Robertson.

Plato By Garth Kemerling.

Plato By Richard Hooker.

Plato From Microsoft Encarta.

Plato Also from Microsoft Encarta.

Plato and Platonism From the Catholic Encyclopedia.

Plato From Blupete.

Plato From Columbia Encyclopedia.

Plato From Malaspina Great Books.

Plato From Wikipedia.

Plato From the Free Online Dictionary of Philosophy.

Plato By Tad Beckman.

Who Is Plato? From the Sophia Project.

About Plato From Classic Notes.

Plato Links from Open Directory Project.

The Republic--An Excerpt A short section on the philosopher-king.

Plato's Republic--Text and Reader's Guide From S. Mayo and M. Russo.

Philosophy Resources on the Internet: Plato Links to many, many resources on Plato. From EpistemeLinks.com.

Aristotle A history of Aristotle's life and his contributions to science. From University of St. Andrews.

More biographies of Aristotle:

Aristotle From Columbia Encyclopedia.

Aristotle By Richard Hooker.

Aristotle By Blupete.

Aristotle From Malaspina Great Books.

Aristotle By Tad Beckman.

Aristotle From Microsoft Encarta.

Aristotle From Wikipedia.

Aristotle From the Free Online Dictionary of Philosophy.

Aristotle From Catholic Encyclopedia.

Aristotle Links from Open Directory Project.

The Politics--Excerpts Selections from Aristotle's work.

Aristotle's Political Theory From Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

Philosophy Resources on the Internet: Aristotle Links to many, many resources on Aristotle. From EpistemeLinks.com.

Classical Greece A simplified summary, for younger ages, of classical Greece. From History for Kids.

 
Ancient China

CityYouth: Ancient History, Ancient China

General | Ancient China | Confucianism and Daoism | The Law of Shi Huangdi | The Silk Road

General

Ancient China A comprehensive history of ancient China. To get started, click on "Contents." From Richard Hooker.

Ancient China Information about daily life in ancient China along with Chinese history, art, maps, and pictures. From Eric Rymer.

Ancient China Bibliography Print resources and web sites for students and teachers. From PrimarySource.org.

Ancient China From Chrysalinks.

Ancient China Large collection of links to great sites. From Best of History Websites.

Ancient China

Geography of China Extensive information and maps. Click on "Land." From A Visual Sourcebook for Chinese Civilization. By Patricia Buckley Ebrey.

Geography of Ancient China From Akers School, Lemoore, California.

Geography of China From Wikipedia.

The Yellow River Links to information on the river. By Professor George Leung, Physics Department, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth.

Yangtze River Digital photo gallery. From Wild Boar Studio.

Chou Dynasty An overview of the rise to power and the governance of the Zhou dynasty, which ruled from 1050-256 BC. From Richard Hooker.

Chinese Writing The origins of Chinese writing. From Logoi.com

Chinese Writing Information on Chinese writing and its history. From Jerry Norman.

Calligraphy The art of Chinese writing. From A Visual Sourcebook for Chinese Civilization. By Patricia Buckley Ebrey.

Shang Dynasty An introduction to the Shang dynasty. From Richard Hooker.

Shang Dynasty A brief overview of the Shang dynasty. From Minnesota State University.

Shang Dynasty An article on the Shang empire. From Zhang YouBen.

Shang Dynasty From China Warrior Tours.

Confucianism and Daoism

Zhou Dynasty From Wikipedia.

The Hundred Schools of Thought

Confucianism The basics on Confucius, the Analects, and Confucianism. From Jo-Gau Keith Worfel.

Confucian Analects The text of Confucius' book the Analects. Translated by James Legge.

Analects of Confucius Translated and commentary by Charles Muller.

The Sayings of Confucius From the Harvard Classics.

Confucius From The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

Confucius From Kelly Ross Ph.D.

More biographies of Confucius:

Confucius From Columbia Encyclopedia.

Confucius From Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

Confucius By Richard Hooker.

Confucius From Chrystalinks.

Confucius: Life and Deeds By Sanderson Beck.

Confucius From Wikipedia.

Confucius From Malaspina Great Books.

Confucius From Microsoft Encarta.

Confucius From Thoemmes Press.

Philosophy Resources on the Internet: Confucius Links to many, many resources on Confucius. From EpistemeLinks.com.

Taoism Questions and answers on Daoism.

Daoist Philosophy From The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

Dao De Jing The text of Lao Zi's book.

Dao De Jing Another translation of Lao Zi's book.

Dao De Jing Translated and commentary by Charles Muller.

TaoDeChing Another translation. From ChinaPage.

Laozi From The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

Laozi From Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

Philosophy Resources on the Internet: Lao Tzu Links to many, many resources on Lao Zi. From EpistemeLinks.com.

More biographies of Lao Zi:

Lao Tzu From Columbia Encyclopedia.

Lao Zi From Wikipedia.

Lao Tzu From Yakrider.com.

Lao-Tse By David W. Koeller.

Laozi By Chad Hansen.

Lao Tzu: Father of Taoism By Christopher Majka and Empty Mirrors Press.

Lao Tzu: Old Master From Lucidcafe.

Biography of Lao Tzu From About the Tao.

Lao Tzu Links from Yahoo Directory.

Lao Tzu Links from Google Directory.

Lao Tzu Links from Open Directory.

The Law of Shi Huangdi

The Warring States of Ancient China Article on the Warring States period. From Thayer Watkins, San Jose State University.

Shi Huangdi An article that details the rule and cruelty of Shi Huangdi. From Andrew Politte.

Qin Shi Huangdi

Qin Shi Huangdi From Wikipedia.

Qin ShiHuang A slide show of pictures and history of the reign of Qin Shi Huang, the first emperor of China. Emphasis is on his famous terracotta army. From Mesa Community College.

More biographies of Shi Huangdi:

China's First Emperor Biography and links to resources, books, and videos. From Royalty.nu.

Shi Huangdi From Wikipedia.

Shi Huangdi From NationMaster.

Shi Huangdi From ThinkQuest.

Shi Huangdi From Illuminated Lantern.

Shi Huangdi By Andrew Politte

Tomb of Shi Huangdi From China Warrior Tours.

Legalism The philosophy of the Legalists and its impact on ancient Chinese government. The site also provides links to other Chinese philosophies. From Richard Hooker.

Legalism By a UCSD student.

Legalism and Chinese Philosophy From Dr. L. Kip Wheeler, Carson-Newman College, New Jersey.

Great Wall of China Information on the history, building, and protection of the Great Wall of China. From Travel China Guide.

The Great Wall The history of the Great Wall from its beginning to the present. From Marilyn Shea, Department of Psychology, University of Maine at Farmington.

The Silk Road

Xi'an The history of Chang'an (Xi'an) from its beginning to the present. From Marilyn Shea, Department of Psychology, University of Maine at Farmington.

Silk Road A history of silk and the Silk Road, along with maps, time lines, and articles about the Silk Road. From Silkroad Foundation.

Silk Road A lesson designed to teach the history of the Silk Road and about the merchants that traveled the road. From Newton Public Schools.

Resources on the Silk Road Print resources and web sites for students and teachers. From PrimarySource.org.

Chinese Inventions Information and pictures of the four great inventions of ancient China: paper, printing, gunpowder, and compass. From Windham Central Supervisory Union.

Chinese Inventions A comprehensive listing of significant Chinese inventions in a variety of fields. From Ellie Crystal.

Chinese Inventions A time line of important Chinese inventions with links to provide more detailed information. From Randy Smith.

Chinese Inventions A lesson plan introducing students to the inventions China has contributed to the world. From Asia Society.

Bactrian Camel Basic information on the pack animal used for desert travel. From Lincoln Park Zoo.

 
Ancient Egypt
CityYouth: Ancient History, Ancient Egypt

General | A City on the Nile | Promise and Problems of the Nile | God and King

General

Egypt: A Learning Module A comprehensive history of ancient Egypt. To get started, click on "Contents." From Richard Hooker.

Egyptian Civilization A lecture. From the History Guide.

Guardian's Egypt A full history of ancient Egypt including time lines and descriptions of life in ancient Egypt. Also includes links to Egyptian mythology, royalty, and pyramids. From Andrew Bayuk.

BBC History--Ancient Egypt Articles on many aspects of ancient Egypt and links to the Egyptian collection in the British museum. From BBC.

Ancient Egypt A brief article surveying the history. From Encyclopaedia of the Orient.

Ancient Egyptian Picture Gallery From Eric Rymer.

Ancient Egyptian Names An interesting essay on the Egyptian language and the importance of names in ancient Egypt, illustrated with hieroglyphics.

Ancient Egypt From Chrysalinks.

Egypt Primary sources from the Internet Ancient History Sourcebook.

Ancient Egypt Large collection of links to great sites. From Best of History Websites.

A City on the Nile

Thebes Information on the ancient city. From Tour Egypt.

Ancient Egyptian Festivals An article detailing three ancient Egyptian festivals and the rituals that the people celebrated. From Tour Egypt.

Egyptian Laws and Legal Systems Characteristics of the laws and legal systems that were enforced in ancient Egypt. From Tour Egypt.

Egyptian Mythology An A-Z listing and description of Egyptian gods, goddesses, and myths. From Probert Encyclopedia.

Gods, Heroes, and Myths Ancient myths and information on the gods and goddesses of Egypt, Greece, and Rome. From Nikki Burke.

Promise and Problems of the Nile

The Nile An article about the importance of the Nile to ancient Egypt.

The Nile River A short lesson about the Nile in ancient Egypt. From Social Studies for Kids.

Ancient Egypt: The Nile An article about the importance of the Nile. From Janet Wood.

God and King

Herodotus of Halicarnassus Dedicated to the famous Greek historian, this site contains texts written by Herodotus and scholarly articles discussing his writings. From Tim Spalding.

Ancient History Sourcebook A myriad of primary sources about ancient Egypt. Information about each kingdom as well as literature, music, math, gender, religion, and art. From Internet History Sourcebooks Project.

Egyptian Weights and Measures An interesting article describing ancient Egyptians' use of weights and measures. From Tour Egypt.

Biographies of Hatshepsut

Hatshepsut: Female Pharoah The story of Hatshepsut's life and reign. From David Bediz.

Hatshepsut Information on Hatshepsut's reign, children, and expedition to Punt. From Tour Egypt.

Pharoah Hatshepsut From Tjia Cook.

Hatshepsut From Caroline Seawright

Hatshepsut From KingTutOne.com.

Hatshepsut From North Park University, Chicago, History Department.

Biographies of Ramses:

Rames II The reign of Ramses II. From Encyclopaedia Britannica.

Ramsesses II: An Anatomy of a Pharoah The first of a series of articles on Ramsesses the Great. From Tour Egypt.

Ramses the Great From Susan Cottman.

Ramses the Great From Harcourt School Publishers.

Ramses II From Fruit of the Nile.

King Tut's Tomb Details of the excavation of King Tut's tomb, along with a virtual tour of the tomb and pictures of the excavation. From Indian Ringneck Parokeet.

King Tutankhamun The life of King Tutankhamun. From Mark Rigby.

Tomb of King Tut From National Geographic

King Tutankhamun From Ellie Crystal

Akhenaten The reign of Akhenaten and the resulting changes in art and religion. From Tour Egypt.

Akhenaten The reign of Akhenaten, 1350-1334 B.C.

Pharaoh Akhenaten From Ellie Crystal.

Akhenaten From Indian Ringneck Parokeet.

Ancient Egypt: Religion An article on religion and burial rituals in ancient Egypt. From St. Petersburg Times.

Religion of Ancient Egypt From Minnesota State University.

Ancient Egyptian Religion From Aldokkan.

Ancient Egypt: Religion A lecture on Ancient Egyptian mythology and religion. From Robert Dyson.

Ancient Egypt: Government An article on ancient Egyptian government and bureaucracy. From Tour Egypt.

Government An essay on government in ancient Egypt. From Marie.

Ancient Egypt: Government From World Book.

 
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