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Play Caesar: Travel Ancient Rome with Stanford's Interactive Map | Open Culture - 25 views

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    Scholars of ancient history and IT experts at Stanford University have collaborated to create a novel way to study Ancient Rome. ORBIS, a geospatial network model, allows visitors to experience the strategy behind travel in antiquity. (Find a handy tutorial for using the system on the Web and YouTube). The ORBIS map includes about 750 mostly urban settlements of the Roman period
Mark Pilson

CyArk - 13 views

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    CyArk is a foundation that creates a 3D digital archive of the World's Heritage Sites for preservation and education.
David Hilton

History of Britain - 13 views

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    Interesting little interactive map of Britain. 
Ron Peck

Roman Numerals - 9 views

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    Good description of the Roman Number system with converter
bill carrera

Sistine Chapel - 12 views

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    3d rotating view in browser
Justen Eason

http://www.dur.ac.uk/a.k.harrington/3rdrome.html - 3 views

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    Moscow as the Third Rome
Albert van der Kaap

Houses in ancient Rome - 15 views

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    A powerpoint about houses in ancient Rome with only images, so you can tell your own story with this powerpoint presentation.
David Hilton

Tacitus Historical Atlas - 3 views

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    A collection of historical maps focusing on medieval and modern European history. They're not the best quality but might be useful.
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