Ancient Greek History
Ancient History Sourcebook - Greece - The first stop
on any exploration of ancient Greece, with a comprehensive
Web directory leading to more information on wars & battles,
religion and myth, Athenian democracy, philosophy, literature,
art, music & education, everyday life.
- Secrets of the Past - Companion site to the Canadian
Museum of Civilization IMAX production with pages of information
art & architecture, science, religion & philosophy,
mythology, women's roles in ancient Greece, images, historic
timelines and kid-friendly games & quizzes.
Greece - The British Museum - Tour major highlights
of the collection with images, information and interactive
features explaining ancient Greek & Spartan festival and
games, gods & goddesses, mythology, combat, education
and daily life.
History: Greece - Multimedia exhibits on the Minoans
and Mycenaeans including history, maps & images, related
resources and suggested reading.
Wars - Richly illustrated history of the Greco-Persian
Wars, the Peloponnesian War and the Trojan War including the
life of Alexander the Great with biographical details, stories
Mythology - The complete survey of monsters, fabulous
creatures, nymphs, gods & goddesses, the Titans, legendary
heroes and heroines, with classical texts and an interactive
History Resources on the Web - Greek Art
- One-stop browsing in a comprehensive directory of online
galleries of classical Greek, Cycladic, Minoan and Mycenaen
art and sculpture, statues, vases, and architectural monuments
including the Acropolis, Parthenon.
Philosophy - Wikipedia guide to classical Greek philosophy
with hyperlinks to more on Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, and
Hellenistic philosophy with images, suggested reading, references
and related resources.
mathematics index - Extensive introduction to the
topic with how ancient Greek mathematicians went about squaring
the circle, doubling the cube and trisecting an angle, with
details on their lives & work, and more on mathematics
education in ancient Greece, number systems, astronomy, sundials
and water clocks.
see -> Acropolis
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