This site, hosted by Fordham University, provides researchers with links to full-text primary and secondary sources on the ancient world. Use the links on the left side of the page to help navigate through the site.
Created at the University of Virginia, this site digitally recreates the ancient city of Rome at the height of its power, around 320 A.D. There are both still images and several video clips that offer an aerial view of the city, a visit to the Colosseum, a trip through the Roman Forum, and interior views of the basilica built by the emperor Maxentius. The simulation reconstructs approximately 7,000 structures at the time of the emperor Constantine.