Digging up the virtual past: The archaeology of ancient Greece and Rome on the Web
|Digging up the virtual past: The archaeology of ancient Greece and Rome on the Web|
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Digging up the virtual past: The archaeology of ancient Greece and Rome on the Web is a 2006 literature review written in English by Mattison D. and published in Searcher:Magazine for Database Professionals.
The author has carried out an archeological research of ancient Greece and Rome through Web sites in order to know the evolution of the societies. The Wikipedia entry on Archaeology and its Archaeology Portal provides an overview of the Graeco-Roman roots of western civilization and offers many important links. The Foundation of the Hellenic World also offers important resources on Greek history from prehistoric to modern times through Hellenic History on the Internet. The Wikipedia series of entries on the Roman Kingdom and Roman Empire is a good starting point for an exploration of their history as exposed through archeology and thousands of surviving monuments and structures.
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