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David Hilton

WikiArc - 4 views

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    "WikiArc is intended as an online toolkit for professionals, students and other people interested in the fields of archaeology, classical antiquity, palaeoanthropology, forensic anthropology, cultural heritage studies, and Quaternary sciences."
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    Has a searchable database of open-access journals to do with archaeology, anthropology and ancient history.
David Hilton

DL Search Input Page - 0 views

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    This looks like an absolute treasure of a find, however the list does not lead to actual image, only descriptions of artefacts. They say they're still adding to it, perhaps that's why the images aren't up? I guess the pace of change is slower for classicists. Anyway, if they ever add those images this site will be an Ancient History teacher's dream. Fingers crossed.
David Hilton

Textkit - Greek and Latin Learning Tools - 0 views

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    A useful resource for anyone learning Latin or Greek.
David Hilton

Thesaurus Linguae Graecae - 0 views

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    A collection of Classical Greek literature. Well-maintained by the University of California.
David Hilton

The Classics Pages : Start Page - 0 views

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    A vast collection of source sites and resources on the Classical world, including Greek and Latin texts. They're even working on a translation of Harry Potter into Greek - maybe they can send JK Rowling some correct Latin terms instead of the mangled gibberish she puts in the books...
David Hilton

Sacred Texts: The Classics - 0 views

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    A large and comprehensive collection of Graeco-Roman primary texts. Excellent for research into Classical civilisations.
David Hilton

Perseus Digital Library - 2 views

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    Couldn't believe I hadn't added this one! OMG, as my students say. Up there with the Ancient History Sourcebook as an online source site (and that's a big call).
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