Centre for Roman Studies
Gateway to the Internet
This is a (still very disordered) selection of links to pages on the WWW which might be of interest to the study of the Roman world. This page is very much under construction. Please send me any pages which you think might be of interest to add to this list.
Other Internet Gateways
Departments & Societies
- Archeologia Italiana
- A virtual walk through Rome, ideas for a five day visit, with links to lots of information and web-sites with images.
- Istituti de archeologia a Roma: addresses of institutes in Rome.
- Unione Romana Biblioteche Scientifiche, access to the online catalogues of 13 libraries with large Rome resources.
- The Roman Orgy Page (resources for Roman cookery).
- Combined Caesarea Expeditions
- Archaeology: an Introduction - an electronic companion (Newcastle upon Tyne).
- Assemblage, Sheffield graduate jounal of archaeology.
- Forum Archaeologiae, Zeitschrift für klassische Archäologie.
- Obélisques dans Rome (images).
- Plan de Rome, virtual images from the Université de Caen.
- Pompeii Forum project, with photographs and plans.
- S.P.Q.R.- Virtual Guide to Rome and a game.
- Augustus: Images of Power, by Mark Morford.
- De Imperatoribus Romanis, high-quality online encyclopaedia with peer-reviewed articles.
- The NLTL Rome Project.
- Roman History Archive from Virtualrome (basic, but attractive and fun).
- Details of the forthcoming Roman Perseus.
- Romulus Project, building an Electronic Library of Latin Literature with Virtual Commentary.
- Ius Romanum (also available as Diritto romano).
- Latin Inscriptions: Internet Release searchable test-version (from the Gnomon site).
- Pompeii Links from the 26th Symposium on Combustion.
- Istituto Geografico Militare - unclassified military maps of Italy and other matierials available.
- Roman Domestic Architecture bibliography by Joshua Brandt.
- Current Archaeology, online resources from the British archaeology magazine.
- Internet Archaeology, online journal, TOC and suscription information (currently free).
- Prehistoric Archaeology links, from the Paleo Pages.
- Bir Umm Fawakhir: Insights into Ancient Egyptian Mining, archaeolotechnology article from JOM 49 (3) (1997) pp. 64-68.
- Comune di Roma
Last updated August 23, 1999.
This page is maintained by John-Gabriel Bodard; address comments to J.G.Bodard@Reading.ac.UK.