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David Hilton

http://www.bsrdigitalcollections.it - 4 views

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    The British School at Rome Archive (BSR) thanks to the Getty Foundation, made freely available digital copies of the John Bryan Ward-Perkins photographic collection. A website of the "BSR digital collections was created to present not only the photographic material (Photographs) but also other types of resources which follow into different categories: Maps, Prints, Documents, Postcards, Drawings, Paintings and Manuscripts".
    But "the majority of the digital images displayed on the website are represented by the photographic prints and negatives from unique historic collections, including calotypes, glass and film negatives, slides and lantern slides."
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    Seems to focus more on the history of the British School at Rome rather than Roman history. Should revise the tags at this point but this summer heat here in Queensland is making me lazy...
David Hilton

LacusCurtius * Greek and Latin Texts - 4 views

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    An excellent collection of English translations of Greek and Latin texts. You'll also find some great biographical information on the authors that students can use to improve their source evaluations (if you teach in a system which requires that - it's massive here in Queensland).
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

Vindolanda Tablets Online | Welcome - 0 views

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    Black-and-white images of the writing tablets from Vindolanda, in Roman Britain. Contains translations and descriptions.
David Hilton

Historical Atlas of the Mediterranean - 1 views

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    What an excellent resource! It has a funky interactive map with little information windows that pop up as you mouse over them, and then if you click it gives you more detailed information. Definitely useful for student research or a classroom activity. The maps are quite beautiful.
David Hilton

The Classics Pages: Antony Kamm's 'The Romans': start page - 0 views

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    Most of the information from this site is secondary, however it has some quotes from ancient authors in context and some beautiful images. The site maintains that the images are copyright and should be used only with permission and of course we'll do that. Of course.
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

LacusCurtius * A Gateway to Ancient Rome - 1 views

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    A collection of primary texts on Rome.
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