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Alexandria Alexandria the second largest city and the main port of Egypt, Alexandria was built by the Greek architect Dinocrates (332-331 BC) on the site of an old village, Rhakotis, at the orders of Alexander the Great, Alexandria monument gallery
Ancient city of Athens photographic archive of the archaeological and architectural remains of ancient Athens
Ancient Greece history, mythology, art and architecture, olympics, wars, people, geography
Ancient Greece aeschylus, Alexander the great, Archimedes, Greek architecture, acropolis, Aristophanes, Aristotle, Greek astronomy, Athens, Greek social life and culture, Demosthenes, Euclid, gods, panthenon, Herodotus, Homer, Macedonia, Hippocrates, Greek mythology, Pericles, Greek philosophy, Ptolemy, Pythagoras, Greek religion, Greek sacred sites, Socrates, Sophocles
Ancient Greeks an educational web site about the Athenians of ancient Greece. Their beliefs, entertainment, and the methods in which they lived
Ancient Greek artillery technology: catapults
Ancient Greek civilizations information on the Minoans, Myceneans and Greek cultures such as the Dorians, Ionians, Aeolians and Phoenicians. Also included are the full length texts of the Illiad and the Odyssey by Homer
Ancient Warfare Maps of Ancient Warfare
Athenian daily life
Classical Greece
European History
Fall of Troy
Greek chronology Greece 3300 - 30 B.C
Greek civilization
Greek history overview
Hellas history
Hellas history the history of Hellas starts somewhere in the prehistory, but the glory of Greece starts with the Mycenaean civilisation which was influenced by a "forgotten" civilisation: the Minoic kingdom
Herodotus on the web a guide and web directory to Herodotus of Halicarnassus, the famous Greek historian
Knossos the Minoan Palace of Knossos lies at a distance of 5 km from the town centre of Iraklion along the road to Archanes
Macedonia occupying the bigger part of northern Greece, Macedonia first appears on the historical scene as a geographical political unit in the 5th century BC
Olympian gods
Parthenon marbles
Parthian empire the Parthian Empire is a fascinating period of Persian history closely connected to Greece and Rome. Ruling from 247 B.C. to A.D. 228 in ancient Persia (Iran), the Parthians defeated Alexander the Great's successors, the Seleucids, conquered most of the Middle East and southwest Asia, and built Parthia into an Eastern superpower
Peloponnesian wars 2
Prehistoric archaeology of the Aegean
Ptolemaic dynasty the achievements of the Greeks in the ancient world, by no means few, may have reached their peak in the city of Alexandria
Sfakia people and the Dorians
The Greek athletic games
The Greeks crucible of civilization
The house of Ptolemy the house of Ptolemy web site concentrates on the Ptolemies and their world, from 331 - 30 BCE
The History of the Peloponnesian War
Timeline of ancient Greek
Warfare in the Greek world a collection of resources relevant to the subject of Warfare in the Greek World. It covers material from the early Bronze Age to the battle of Actium

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