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Ancient World History Links

General Topics
Prehistorical Times
Ancient Mesopotamia
Ancient Egypt
Ancient Greece
Ancient Rome
Indus River Valley
Ancient China

    ANCIENT HISTORY GENERAL

  1. Encyclopedia Mythica - the award-winning internet encyclopedia of mythology, folklore, and religion.
  2. Internet Ancient History Source book - An immense resource on Ancient History links and information from Paul Halsall at Fordham University.
  3. Notable Citizens of the Planet - This on-line biographical dictionary has the lives of 25,000 notable men and women from ancient times to the present day.
  4. History of Nations - This site has a history of every nation in the world as well as many non-sovereign territories.
  5. Discoverer's Web - A no nonsense collection of links to sites found on the web about voyages of discovery and exploration. Covers all time periods.
  6. Student Ancient History Essays - A collection of History "Web-Reports" written by students of Willits High School.
  7. Historia's Castle - Provides on-line scoring quizzes on World History topics. They are in multiple choice and true/false format, scores and provides review of answers.
  8. Encyclopedia of the Orient - Claims to be the only on-line encyclopedia for North Africa and the Middle East.
  9. History on the Net - historical information linked to the English National Curriculum, for teachers, pupils, parents and anyone who wishes to further their historical knowledge.
  10. Hyper History Online - presents 3'000 years of World History with a combination of colorful graphics, lifelines, timelines, and maps. Over a 1,200 files are interconnected throughout the website.
  11. A Walk Through Time: The Evolution of Time Measurement - An authoritative history of timekeeping published by the National Institute of Standards and Time Physics Laboratory.
  12. Headline History - This site is full of true stories about English history covering four eras: Romans, Tudors, Victorians and World War Two.
  13. The History Net - This site is filled with a wide range of history topics that are frequently updated. A great place for historical research.
  14. Pantheon of the World Leaders - Although not main stream, this site does contain lots of information, and usually provides links to other sites. Divided into topics areas like: Great Kings, Philosophers, Artists, Sculptors, Poets, Writers, Musicians, Scientists, Commanders, Singers, Dancers, Religious Leaders, etc. Part of the Messengers of Light Web Site, sponsored by the Maitrega Sangha Yoga sect.
  15. Seven Wonders of the Ancient World - A nicely design site that includes information on the original Seven Wonders of the Ancient World picked by the Greeks and also the new Wonders of the Modern World.
  16. Exploring Ancient World Cultures - provides an excellent introduction to ancient cultures including: the Near East, india, Egypt, China, Greece, the Roman Empire, the Islamic World, and Medieval Europe.
  17. Images from History - An image archive of museum artifacts from ancient history.
  18. The Encyclopedia of World History - Renowned historian Peter N. Stearns and thirty prominent historians have combined their expertise over the past ten years to perfect this comprehensive chronology of more than 20,000 entries that span the millennia from prehistoric times to the year 2000. Includes Search Feature.
  19. ABZU - Abzu is a guide to data relevant to the study of the Ancient Near East via the Internet.
  20. Biography - The online edition of A&E television's "Biography" series. It has a fantastic search machine with access to 20,000 (short) biographies.
  21. Ethnographica - This site has lots of information on ethic art, with an emphasis on African Art forms and carpet design.
  22. Art History Resources on the Web - is the gateway to the art masterpieces of the ages. Fantastic collection of links divided into time periods.
  23. Great Kings and Queens - Part of the Messengers of Light Web Site, sponsored by the Maitrega Sangha Yoga sect. Although not main stream, it does contain lots of general information, and usually provides links to other sites.
  24. The Historical Text Archive - is a fantastic collection of historical documents and papers about history collected by the Mississippi State University. Includes: Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, Mexico, North America, etc.
  25. 40 Centuries of Architecture - Browse through images of architecture by period, subject or locality.
  26. 1200 Years of Sculpture - Browse through images of sculpture by period, subject or locality.

If you don't find what you're looking for...
try searching in the "GENERAL TOPICS" section.

General Topics
Prehistorical Times
Ancient Mesopotamia
Ancient Egypt
Ancient Greece
Ancient Rome
Indus River Valley
Ancient China
    PREHISTORIC TIMES

  1. The University of California Museum of Paleontology Subway - provides a good, no-nonsense web site for students of paleontology, geology and evolution.
  2. Paintings of Animals - Part of the McDougal Littell's NetActivities Site. Take a closer look at a few of the paintings discovered at Altamira, Chauvet, Cosquer, and Lascaux Caves.
  3. The Cave of Lascaux - A stunning tour of Lascaux"s art including the cave's history, iconography, and artifacts.
  4. Prehistory - This is part of the Best of HISTORY WEB SITES. An excellent starting point for your research.
  5. Ice Treasures Of The Inca - This particular site recreates an expedition in the Andes. Beautiful pictures, maps, and journals, as well as a discussion of prehistory and anthropology.
  6. Flints And Stones: Real Life In Prehistory - Examines the lives of the prehistorical inhabitants of Britain. There are also pictures, a timeline, and even a quiz.
  7. Shawnee Minisink Site - features an archaeological dig in the Delaware Water Gap in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
  8. The Mammoth Site - Lots of information and photographs provided by the Mammoth Site of Hot Springs, South Dakota.
  9. Art History Resources on the Web - is the gateway to the art masterpieces of prehistorical times. Fantastic collection of links divided into time periods.
  10. Dinosaurs - Learn about these huge animals that lived on the Earth long before man appeared.
  11. Altamira Cave Paintings - A short look at the Altamira cave paintings.
  12. Prehistoric Art History Resources on the Web - A comprehensive resource for links to sites dealing with many time periods, cultures and forms of art throughout history.
  13. The Chauvet Cave - Excellent site from the French Ministry of Culture that includes many photos and information about Chauvet and other caves.
  14. Fur-clad Michelangelos - A short article about the Chauvet Caves and the animals depicted on the cave walls.
  15. A Very Unique Cave - A good overview of the Cave paintings found by divers in the underwater Cosquer Cave.
  16. The "Etched in Time" project -This site describes some engraved rocks found in Velmelhosa, Portugal in 1995.
  17. Human Prehistory: An Exhibition - This site contains a number of links to information on early human life.
  18. Rock Art and Petroglyphs in Valcamonica - An extensive site with images, text and links related to rock art.

If you don't find what you're looking for...
try searching in the "GENERAL TOPICS" section.

General Topics
Prehistorical Times
Ancient Mesopotamia
Ancient Egypt
Ancient Greece
Ancient Rome
Indus River Valley
Ancient China

    ANCIENT MESOPOTAMIA

  1. An Introduction to the Ancient Middle East - Follow the rise and fall of several famous civilizations, from the Sumerians to the Persians. This fun, illustrated article examines each of the major peoples who lived in the Middle East in ancient times. Check out the cool timeline.
  2. Ancient Near East - Part of "Exploring Ancient World Cultures: an Introduction to Ancient World Cultures on the World-Wide Web, " hosted by the University of Evansville.
  3. Mesopotamian Mythology - from the award-winning Encyclopedia Mythica, an internet encyclopedia of mythology, folklore, and religion.
  4. Religion in the Ancient Middle East - See how the major peoples of the ancient Middle East worshipped. You can see also how revolutionary the Hebrew religion really was.
  5. Mesopotamia - This is part of the Best of HISTORY WEB SITES. An excellent starting point for your research.
  6. Internet Ancient History Source book - An immense resource on Ancient Near East History links and information from Paul Halsall at Fordham University.
  7. Art History Resources on the Web - is the gateway to the art masterpieces of the ages. Fantastic collection of links divided into time periods.
  8. Persian Mythology - from the award-winning Encyclopedia Mythica, an internet encyclopedia of mythology, folklore, and religion.
  9. Seven Wonders of the Ancient World - covers all the Seven Wonders in detail.

If you don't find what you're looking for...
try searching in the "GENERAL TOPICS" section.

General Topics
Prehistorical Times
Ancient Mesopotamia
Ancient Egypt
Ancient Greece
Ancient Rome
Indus River Valley
Ancient China
    ANCIENT EGYPT

  1. Julia's Egyptian Alphabet - A handout of the phonetic Egyptian hieroglyphic alphabet I made for my granddaughter for her studies.
  2. The Quest for Immortality: Treasures of Ancient Egypt - With this new online exhibit from the National Gallery of Art, you can explore ancient Egyptian culture and join the pharaohs in their spiritual search for everlasting life.
  3. Egyptian Mythology - from the award-winning Encyclopedia Mythica, an internet encyclopedia of mythology, folklore, and religion.
  4. An Introduction to Ancient Egypt - See Ancient Egypt in all its glory! Learn about the importance of the Nile. See hieroglyphs and Pyramids. Learn how to make your own mummy! And much more.
  5. Ancient Egypt - Includes information on many different topics relating to Ancient Egypt. A part of the comprehensive site lists of the Teacher OZ Kingdom of History.
  6. Ancient Egypt - Part of "Exploring Ancient World Cultures: an Introduction to Ancient World Cultures on the World-Wide Web, " hosted by the University of Evansville.
  7. Ancient Egypt Glossary - See the people, places, and things that made up ancient Egypt.
  8. KV Discoveries - is a student's report about the discovery of King Tutankhamun's tomb and the more recent discoveries at KV 5 in the Valley of the Kings. Loads slow, but has great pictures.
  9. Egypt - This is part of the Best of HISTORY WEB SITES. An excellent starting point for your research.
  10. Pyramids: The Inside Story - This NOVA site allows you to wander through the chambers and passageways of the Great Pyramid, and learn about the pharaohs for whom these monumental tombs were built.
  11. Pharaoh's Obelisk - NOVA brings together a team of Egyptologists, engineers, stonemasons, and timber framers to probe the mystery of how the ancients shaped, transported, and erected their elegant obelisks.
  12. The Official Website for Dr. Zahi Hawass - Learn all about Dr. Hawass, the Director of the Giza Pyramids Excavation, and the Great pyramids themselves, including information about sites in Giza, conservation and management of the Giza plateau, the excavation of the the Golden Mummies, and much more.
  13. Egyptology Resources - is a World Wide Web resource for Egyptological information. Lots of interesting articles, pictures, and links to other interesting Egyptian pages
  14. Egyptian Archaeology - Archaeologist Don Ryan's site at Pacific Lutheran University.
  15. The Griffith Institute - is part of Oxford University and specializes in Egyptology and Ancient Near Eastern studies. Includes records of the excavation of the tomb of Tutankhamun by Howard Carter.
  16. Egyptian Antiquities - is part of the Official Site of the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and offers a fantastic source of information about Ancient Egypt. One of the best on the web!
  17. Theban Mapping Project - Dr. Kent Woods gives us the inside look at his fantastic discovery at KV5 in the Valley of the Kings, now considered to be the greatest discovery since King Tutankhamen's tomb was discovered by Howard Carter in the 1920s.
  18. Anthony's Egyptology and Archaeology - Visit Anthony's for features like an index of ancient Egyptian gods, a time Line of the pharaohs, the pyramid complex at Giza, papyrus paper, mummies, a directory of ancient Egypt sites, Tutankhamun; and even Egyptian travel hints and tips.
  19. Duke Papyrus Archive - Over 1,373 electronic images of papyri from ancient Egypt from the Duke University library with translations.
  20. Temple of Ramses II - Part of the Messengers of Light Web Site, sponsored by the Maitrega Sangha Yoga sect. Although not main stream, it does contain lots of information about Ramses.
  21. Reeder's Egypt Page - This page is dedicated to Egyptian art, archaeology, and history. Includes a virtual tour of an Egyptian tomb.
  22. Ancient Egyptian Art and Culture - This web site focuses on Egyptian Religion, Cultural Life, and Art. Very informative.
  23. Internet Ancient History Source book - An immense resource on Ancient Egyptian links and information from Paul Halsall at Fordham University.
  24. Rigby's World of Egypt - This site is your passport to about 90 pages of pictures and text about Egypt and its antiquities.
  25. Egyptian Art & Archaeology - from The University of Memphis Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology.
  26. Egyptian Royal Tombs - of the New Kingdom provides diagrams and information on all the Royal Tombs in the Valley of the Kings.
  27. Pronunciation of Ancient Egyptian - is the complete guide on how to speak Ancient Egyptian.
  28. Dynasties - provides a guide and index to the Rulers of Ancient Egypt.
  29. Chronology of the New Kingdom - provides all the dates of importance during the New Kingdom of Egypt.
  30. Chronology of the Middle Kingdom - compares the dates of the Egyptian VII Dynasty.
  31. Stein's Tour of Egypt - is a wonderful examination of the land of the Nile.
  32. Ancient Egyptian Art and Culture - is a excellent example of a student-generated web site on Ancient Egypt.
  33. List of Kings - A nice list of the 4000 years worth of Egyptian pharaohs.
  34. Guardian's Egypt - takes you on a CyberJourney to Egypt, visit King Tut's Tomb, explore the pyramids, learn to read hieroglyphics, or see satellites pictures of Egypt from space. This site is fantastic!
  35. Cleopatra - The last of a line, she is remembered as one of the most famous rulers of Egypt.
  36. The Egyptian Book of the Dead - examines the ancient Egyptian writings found in their famous "Book of the Dead."
  37. Egyptology Resources - Lots of links from the University of Cambridge to pages for those interested in Egyptology including: recent news and discoveries, magazines and journals, Museums and institutions, Interest Groups and societies.
  38. Mrs Donn's Daily Life Site Index provides some interesting facts about daily life in Ancient Egypt.
  39. Art History Resources on the Web - is the gateway to the art masterpieces of the ages. Fantastic collection of links divided into time periods.
  40. Seven Wonders of the Ancient World Covers all the Seven Wonders in detail.
  41. 40 Centuries of Architecture - Browse through images of Egyptian architecture by period, subject or locality.
  42. 1200 Years of Sculpture - Browse through images of Egyptian sculpture by period, subject or locality.

If you don't find what you're looking for...
try searching in the "GENERAL TOPICS" section.

General Topics
Prehistorical Times
Ancient Mesopotamia
Ancient Egypt
Ancient Greece
Ancient Rome
Indus River Valley
Ancient China

ANCIENT GREECE

  1. A Visit to Ancient Ephesus - is a student's report about ancient Ephesus which was located on the western coast of Turkey. It was an important Greek and Roman commericial center. Loads slow, but has nice pictures.
  2. Ancient Greece - Part of "Exploring Ancient World Cultures: an Introduction to Ancient World Cultures on the World-Wide Web, " hosted by the University of Evansville.
  3. Greek Mythology - from the award-winning Encyclopedia Mythica, an internet encyclopedia of mythology, folklore, and religion.
  4. An Introduction to Ancient Greece - Get the basics on the people and places of ancient Greece. Learn about the birth of democracy, the great advances in math and science, the terrible wars, and the rise of Alexander the Great.
  5. Ancient Greece - Includes information on a broad range of subjects relating to Greece. A part of the comprehensive site lists of the Teacher OZ Kingdom of History.
  6. Ancient Greece Glossary - Meet the people, places, and things that made ancient Greece exciting!
  7. Was this Altantis? - is another student report on the discoveries being made in ancient Akroteri on the island of Santorini. Was there really an Atlantis? Some nice pictures of the archaeological site.
  8. Greece - This is part of the Best of HISTORY WEB SITES. An excellent starting point for your research.
  9. Seven Wonders of the Ancient World - Learn about the Seven Greatest man-made wonders of the Ancient World at this site
  10. Internet Ancient History Source book - An immense resource on Ancient Greek links and information from Paul Halsall at Fordham University.
  11. Hercules - The Legends and stories of this mythical son of Zeus are an still a part of our modern culture.
  12. Ancient Greek Sites - A fantastic collection of Ancient Greek (Hellenic) Sites on the World-Wide Web.
  13. Rulers of Macedonia - A list of Macedonian Rulers from the Hellenistic Age to the Renaissance provided by the Friesian School.
  14. Mrs Donn's Daily Life Site Index - provides some interesting facts about daily life in Ancient Greece.
  15. Maecenas - Images of Ancient Greece and Rome by Leo C. Curran.
  16. Mythweb - This site is a complete resource for Greek mythology, stories, and characters.
  17. Classics & Mythology - Learn about Classical Greek and Roman Thought. A part of the comprehensive site lists of the Teacher OZ Kingdom of History.
  18. Parthenon and Athenas Statue - Part of the McDougal Littell's NetActivities Site. Learn about the 40 foot tall statue of Athena, created by the sculptor Phidias, that was housed in the front chamber of the Parthenon.
  19. Art History Resources on the Web - is the gateway to the art masterpieces of the ages. Fantastic collection of links divided into time periods.
  20. Odysseus - The Web server of the Hellenic Ministry of Culture. Visit the museums, monuments and archaeological sites of Hellas (Greece).
  21. Alexander the Great - This site provides information about Alexander the Great, his life, his family, his conquests, and his battles, including links to various Alexander the Great sites and resources on the Web.
  22. Temple of Alexander the Great - Part of the Messengers of Light Web Site, sponsored by the Maitrega Sangha Yoga sect. Although not main stream, it does contain lots of information about Alexander.

  23. The Ancient City of Athens - Good photographs of Greece and Rome today.
  24. The Ancient Greek World Index - Site explores all areas of Greek life and culture including daily living, economy, religion, and death. Includes links to further information.
  25. Athens -An interactive map that locates museums and archaeological sites in modern-day Athens.
  26. The British Museum - Information about this world-famous museum, current home of many of the sculptures of the Parthenon.
  27. Perseus Project Home Page - The ultimate resource for all aspects of ancient Greece including electronic texts, art and archaeology, and much, much more. Features a section for teachers and a search engine.
  28. 40 Centuries of Architecture - Browse through images of Greek architecture by subject or locality.
  29. 1200 Years of Sculpture - Browse through images of sculpture by period, subject or locality.

If you don't find what you're looking for...
try searching in the "GENERAL TOPICS" section.

General Topics
Prehistorical Times
Ancient Mesopotamia
Ancient Egypt
Ancient Greece
Ancient Rome
Indus River Valley
Ancient China
    ANCIENT ROME

  1. Ancient Rome Glossary - Rome was more than just Julius Caesar, the Colosseum, and gladiators. Find out more about the people, places, and things of ancient Rome in this HUGE glossary.
  2. A Visit to Ancient Ephesus - is a student's report about Ancient Ephesus which was located on the western coast of Turkey. It was an important Roman commericial center. Loads slow, but has nice pictures.
  3. Ancient Rome - Part of "Exploring Ancient World Cultures: an Introduction to Ancient World Cultures on the World-Wide Web, " hosted by the University of Evansville.
  4. Roman Mythology - from the award-winning Encyclopedia Mythica, an internet encyclopedia of mythology, folklore, and religion.
  5. Etruscan Mythology - from the award-winning Encyclopedia Mythica, an internet encyclopedia of mythology, folklore, and religion.
  6. Ancient Rome: Images and Pictures - This website contains photographs and pictures of ancient Roman sites.
  7. Maecenas - Images of Ancient Greece and Rome by Leo C. Curran.
  8. Roman Art and Architecture - Some Roman pictures collected by Kathryn Andrus of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.
  9. Rome - This is part of the Best of HISTORY WEB SITES. An excellent starting point for your research.
  10. Ancient Rome - Includes information on a broad range of subjects relating to Rome. A part of the comprehensive site lists of the Teacher OZ Kingdom of History.
  11. The Philodemus Project - In 1752 workers tunneling into a large, wealthy villa near Mount Vesuvius discovered a large number of rolls of the ancient papyrus. The difficulties involved in unrolling, reading, and interpreting these texts were formidable, but led to amazing discoveries. Learn about it at this site.
  12. Pompeii Forum Project - This site is the result of an interdisciplinary collaborative research venture in the Forum of Pompeii sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the University of Virginia.
  13. The History of Plumbing - Pompeii & Herculaneum - the Romans left in their wake large scale water systems that incorporated aqueducts, lead pipes, heated floors, dams and drains.
  14. Classics & Mythology - Learn about Classical Greek and Roman Thought. A part of the comprehensive site lists of the Teacher OZ Kingdom of History.
  15. The Romans - A neat BBC site with resources, activities, a glossary, a Roman timelines, and features for both parents and teachers.
  16. Battle of Trasimeno - In 217 BCE Hannibal destroyed a Roman army killing 15,000 Romans at this Second Punic War battle site.
  17. Ancient Roman Dishes - This site features a variety of recipes from Ancient Roman kitchens. Oh my, what some people ate...
  18. Internet Ancient History Source book - An immense resource on Ancient Roman links and information from Paul Halsall at Fordham University.
  19. Rome Project - A hugh collection of resources on ancient Rome organized by categories: literature, archaeology, military, political, drama, religion, philosophy, and maps.
  20. Cleopatra VII - The last of a line, she is remembered as one of the most famous rulers of Egypt.
  21. Gaius Julius Caesar - This Roman general, statesman, scholar, and conqueror is one of the most famous men in history.
  22. Rome - In depth study on the Rise and decline of the Roman empire. A rich resource of factual information on Rome.
  23. ROMARCH - is a major collection of Roman resources now hosted by DePauw University.
  24. Mrs Donn's Daily Life Site Index - provides some interesting facts about daily life in Ancient Rome.
  25. Temple of Jesus Christ - Part of the Messengers of Light Web Site, sponsored by the Maitrega Sangha Yoga sect. Although not main stream, it does contain lots of information about the life of Christ.
  26. Bishops of Rome - A list of the Popes from A.D. 42 to the present, provided by the Friesian School.
  27. Rulers of Rome and Romania - A list of Roman Rulers from the Hellenistic Age to the Renaissance provided by the Friesian School.
  28. Art History Resources on the Web - is the gateway to the art masterpieces of the ages. Fantastic collection of links divided into time periods.
  29. 40 Centuries of Architecture - Browse through images of Roman architecture by period, subject or locality.
  30. 1200 Years of Sculpture - Browse through images of Roman sculpture by period, subject or locality.

If you don't find what you're looking for...
try searching in the "GENERAL TOPICS" section.

General Topics
Prehistorical Times
Ancient Mesopotamia
Ancient Egypt
Ancient Greece
Ancient Rome
Indus River Valley
Ancient China
    ANCIENT INDUS RIVER VALLEY

  1. Harappa - give you glimpses of the ancient Indus River Valley from prehistorical times up until 1947. Be sure to checkout the 90 slide tour of the Indus River Valley.
  2. Lothal - On the Indus River This is an elegant Indian site describing archaeological excavations at the site of Lothal, an ancient city on the Indus river.
  3. Hindu Mythology - from the award-winning Encyclopedia Mythica, an internet encyclopedia of mythology, folklore, and religion.
  4. Ancient India - Part of "Exploring Ancient World Cultures: an Introduction to Ancient World Cultures on the World-Wide Web, " hosted by the University of Evansville.
  5. Mrs Donn's Daily Life Site Index - provides some interesting facts about daily life in Ancient India.
  6. Emperors of the Sangoku - provides information on the Rulers of the three Kingdoms of India, China, and Japan.
  7. Temple of Gautama Buddha - Part of the Messengers of Light Web Site, sponsored by the Maitrega Sangha Yoga sect. Although not main stream, it does contain lots of information.
  8. Library of Ancient Hindu History - the history of the early Hindus, the Vedic Age, the Ramayanic and Mahabharat civilizations. (Part of the Free India site)
  9. Library of Medieval Hindu History - The rise of Arya Chaanakya and Chandragupta of Maurya dynasty (1530 B.C.), and the historical evidence to the golden age of the Hindus under the umbrella of the Gupta dynasty (325 B.C.) occured during this period. (Part of the Free India site)
  10. Library of Modern Hindu History - The modern history of Bharat (India) begins with the onset of Islamic invasions on the frontiers of Gaandhaar (Afghanistan) in 700 A.D. (Part of the Free India site)
  11. Biographies of Great Indians - biographies of great men and women from India (Bharat).
  12. Historical Maps of India - A good collection of maps of the various stages of Indian history.
  13. Internet Ancient History Source book - An immense resource on Ancient History links and information from Paul Halsall at Fordham University.
  14. Art History Resources on the Web - is the gateway to the art masterpieces of the ages. Fantastic collection of links divided into time periods.


If you don't find what you're looking for...
try searching in the "GENERAL TOPICS" section.

General Topics
Prehistorical Times
Ancient Mesopotamia
Ancient Egypt
Ancient Greece
Ancient Rome
Indus River Valley
Ancient China
    ANCIENT CHINA AND JAPAN

  1. Mrs Donn's Daily Life Site Index - provides some interesting facts about daily life in Ancient China.
  2. Ancient China - Part of "Exploring Ancient World Cultures: an Introduction to Ancient World Cultures on the World-Wide Web, " hosted by the University of Evansville.
  3. Japanese Mythology - from the award-winning Encyclopedia Mythica, an internet encyclopedia of mythology, folklore, and religion.
  4. Chinese Mythology - from the award-winning Encyclopedia Mythica, an internet encyclopedia of mythology, folklore, and religion.
  5. Emperors of the Sangoku - provides information on the Rulers of the three Kingdoms of India, China, and Japan.
  6. The Mongol Khans - lists the rulers of the Mongols, who conquered and ruled the largest of the ancient empires.
  7. Discover China - includes Virtual Tours of the Forbidden City, the Yellow Mountains, and the Great Wall, plus a wealth of other information about China.
  8. China - This is part of the Best of HISTORY WEB SITES. An excellent starting point for your research.
  9. China Homepage - is a outstanding example of a student-generated web site on China.
  10. China: Past and Present - Covers the history and culture of China. (Excellent Student Project).
  11. Japan Homepage - another example of student-generated web sites, this time all about Japan and it's culture and history.
  12. Internet Ancient History Source book - An immense resource on Ancient Japanese and Chinese history links and information from Paul Halsall at Fordham University.
  13. China the Beautiful - is the gateway to a vast amount of information about chinese culture both past and present.
  14. The Silk Road - takes you on a tour of Silk Road related sites and information.
  15. Coins and history of Asia - is a mix of interesting information about ancient coins and the history behind them.
  16. Art History Resources on the Web - is the gateway to the art masterpieces of the ages. Fantastic collection of links divided into time periods.

If you don't find what you're looking for...
try searching in the "GENERAL TOPICS" section.

General Topics
Prehistorical Times
Ancient Mesopotamia
Ancient Egypt
Ancient Greece
Ancient Rome
Indus River Valley
Ancient China