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  1. Achievements of Ancient Romans (Roman Empire)
      Provides a brief history of achievements. (Includes some grammatical errors.) 11-00

  2. Ancient Ephesus Ruins in Turkey (Kusadasi.biz)
      Provides pictures, descriptions, and panoramic (3D) views of the ruins. 10-03

  3. Ancient Roman Coins Reveal History (Archaeology.org - Benenson)
      "During the chaos and confusion of the third century A.D., amid widespread disease, famine, and barbarian invasions, a brazen upstart seizes control of a breakaway state within the Roman Empire. He proclaims himself emperor only to disappear days later, his life and story lost, save for only the briefest of remarks in two fragmentary and unreliable sources. Then, an amateur treasure hunter scanning the green fields of Oxfordshire with a metal detector chances upon a small clay pot filled with more than 5,000 ancient Roman coins." 04-06

  4. Ancient Roman Statues Found (BBC News)
      "Parts of a giant, exquisitely carved marble sculpture depicting the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius have been found at an archaeological site in Turkey." 08-08

  5. Ancient Romans - Children's Version (Roman Empire)
      Provides a directory, search engine, and activities related to the Roman Empire. (Includes some grammatical errors.) 11-00

  6. Ancient Romans - History (Roman Empire)
      Provides a short history of the Roman Empire. (Includes some grammatical errors.) 11-00

  7. Augustus (Roman Empire)
      Provides an extensive biography of Gaius Julius Octavius, often referred to as Augustus, the Roman Emperor. (Includes some grammatical errors.) 11-00

  8. Biographies of Ancient Romans (Roman Empire)
      Provides short biographies of Marius, Julius Caesar, Augustus (Octavian), Nero, Trajan, Constantine, and Justinian, the Roman Emperors. 11-00

  9. Builders - Ancient Romans (Roman Empire)
      Provides examples of some of the bridges, walls, and buildings of ancient Rome. (Includes some grammatical errors.) 11-00

  10. Caesar, Julius (Roman Empire)
      Provides an extensive biography of Gaius Julius Caesar, often referred to as Caesar, the Roman Emperor. (Includes some grammatical errors.) 11-00

  11. Clothing of Ancient Romans (Roman Empire)
      Provides drawings and descriptions of clothes worn by Ancient Romans. (Includes some grammatical errors.) 11-00

  12. Constantine (Roman Empire)
      Provides an extensive biography of Flavius Valerius Constantinus, often referred to as Constantine the Great or Saint Constantine, the Roman Emperor. (Includes some grammatical errors.) 11-00

  13. Evils of Ancient Romans (Roman Empire)
      Provides examples of some of the undesirable portions of Roman culture and government. (Includes some grammatical errors.) 11-00

  14. Goths - Last Best Chance to Beat the Goths (AncientHistory.About.com - Bury)
      "In Thessaly, Commander Stilicho and his army faced the Goths under Alaric in the valley of the Peneius. Stilicho had the advantage and could easily have defeated the Goths had Arcadius not ordered him to depart and to send the Eastern troops back to Constantinople."

      "An obedient soldier, Stilicho complied. He left the Eastern troops under the command of a Gothic captain in the imperial army, Gainas, and took his Western troops home with him."

      "Alaric proceeded to lay waste to many cities of Greece." 1-04

  15. House - Ancient Roman (Roman Empire)
      Provides a drawing and description of a house of ancient Rome. (Includes some grammatical errors.) 11-00

  16. Map of Ancient Rome (Roman Empire)
      Provides a map of Ancient Rome, including the location of some of the key landmarks. 11-00

  17. Map of the Ancient Roman Empire (Roman Empire)
      Provides a map of the Ancient Roman Empire during different time periods. (Select a time period on the left under "Expanse of the Roman Empire.") Also shows the location (at the bottom of the page) for territories, cities, attacks of armies, and more. 11-00

  18. Marius (Roman Empire)
      Provides an extensive biography of Gaius Marius, often referred to as Marius, the Roman leader. (Includes some grammatical errors.) 11-00

  19. Nero (Roman Empire)
      Provides an extensive biography of Nero Claudius Drusus Germanicus, often referred to as Nero, the Roman Emperor. (Includes some grammatical errors.) 11-00

  20. Pompey (Roman Empire)
      Provides an extensive biography of Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus, often referred to as Pompey, the Roman Emperor. (Includes some grammatical errors.) 11-00

  21. Roman - Ancient Rome (ThinkQuest Team 16325 - Empires Past)
      Provides a history, vocabulary, arts, sciences, government and more.

  22. Romans - Ancient Romans (Roman Empire)
      Provides a directory, search engine, and activities related to the Roman Empire. (Includes some grammatical errors.) 11-00

   
       


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