This Community Network Learning site covers a wide variety of ancient history---thorough list of links.
Back in time to Africa, Rome, Egypt, Greece, and the Near East. The Carlos Museum at Emory University and the Memorial Art Gallery at the University of Rochester have combined their ancient civilization art collections and posted them online.
Topics covered are mythology, the daily lives of the people, death & burial, and archaeology. Games, puzzles, are included.
Exhibit and tour of Ancient Egyptian artifacts. References and online exhibit
Fifty highlights from the department are presented online in approximate chronological order.
Afterlife, Grave Goods, Mythology, and Monuments and Tombs, rulers of Egypt, and day-to-day lives of the Egyptian people.
Take a gallery tour by clicking on the artwork and following the Next icons.
Discover Egypt contains interactive games suitable for elementary ages such as Barbershop and the story of eight-year-old Soho.
Articles, pictures, essays, photos, games, and facts about Egypt. Photographs of monuments, tombs, and the Egyptian landscape.
Excellent resources for any study on Ancient Greek civilization.
An online exhibit prepared by Michael North of the History of Medicine Division of the National Library of Medicine, this site covers loss and recovery of Greek medicine, timeline, vocabulary, Olympian healers, Hippocrates, Aristotle, Galen, and other Greek physicians. Not technical or text intensive.
Mesopotamia, the Indus River Valley, and the Hwang Ho River Valley are all studied