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The online version of the Wikipedia encyclopedia is a good resource for almost every subject. In this case it includes descriptive and detailed information of the Roman Empire and Greek civilization. The website contains detailed facts on each ruler and dynasties in numerical order. Also it contains in dept facts on the Roman Empire from the beginning to the fall of Rome and pre and post Roman civilization. Wikipedia contains a detailed explanation of all the blue underlined key words and key dates, it also has a brief explanation of all the pictures and maps, which show the empires growth and a chart that contains all the emperors that have ruled Rome. A timeline and more links to different pages containing similar information are also included at the bottom of the Wikipedia site. The site has information on the types of government and it has a status of the army in different eras.
The Roman and Greek sections of the Wikipedia encyclopedia goes along with what we are learning. After reading chapter five and six of our textbooks, the Roman and Greek sections fit right into our learning. This website contains addition information that may have been left out of the textbook or a totally new section.

Roman Empire. September 26, 2005

The Minnesota State University has an E – Museum of ancient Greek civilization. It is an online resource center that contains pre and post Greek life. The first section contains the History of Aegean Civilization; it has explanations and detailed description of that era starting from the Minoans, Mycenaean, Homer, Dark Ages of Greece, and the Rise of Greece. A section of Cultures of the Aegean, including the Dorians, Ionians, Phoenicians, and the Amazons is also included into the website. Next, the E – Museum has a section on the major cities of Greece that included the Athenians and the Spartans. The website also has links to different websites for farther reading and resources, including timelines, maps, and work cited pages. The timeline contains many detailed events the took place in the Bronze Ages, Dark Ages, Archaic Period, Classical Period, and the Hellenistic ages.
The ancient Greeks are located in chapter five and six of our textbooks. This website gives information on the Greek life and facts that the textbook might have missed. The site also provides many pictures of each era, and each picture containing a brief description.

Ancient Greek Civilization. September 26, 2005

The Greek Civilization website consists of many links to websites containing more information on the subject. The website has key terms in blue and a link to a different website that has more a more descriptive explanation on it. The key words are words such as “Knossos” and “Olympics”, when clicked, a new window comes up with information in it. A lot of links are available to get more info. The website has information about Greek in general, Bronze Age, Athens, history and culture and later Greek civilization. Each main topic includes many more bulletin facts on it and key words to fit in with the topic.
The Greek Civilization website is mostly just about Greek life. There is no information on the Romans or the Greek government. Nothing about Emperors or major wars is included. The site does have a lot of informative facts on Greek though; all this still pertains with the unit we are learning right now. This site might have ideas or facts that may have been left out of the textbook or other websites. The site is a good resource for just finding information on the Greek lifestyle but not Greek government or Greek wars.

The Greek Civilization. September 27, 2005

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