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1. ASOR Outreach Links--Ancient Near Eastern Civs
Links list for the civilizations of the ancient Near East including Israel, Jordan, Palestine, egypt, Syria, Mesopotamia, including educational resources for teachers K12. History civ. Canaanites, Israelites other Biblical Peoples people, places, life and links on ancient egypt egypt/pyramids/Pharaohs/Hieroglyphs - Mark Millmore's ancient egypt
Links for Archaeology and Ancient Civilizations
Ancient Near Eastern Civilizations

Roman pottery, Caesarea Maritima photo by Scott Ewald (courtesy of Combined Caesarea Expeditions) Table of Contents General Ancient Near East Mesopotamian Civilizations
General Ancient Near East
Exploring Ancient World Cultures: Near East
**Highly recommended Near East page of the excellent site EAWC: The Index of Internet Resources. Go to its home page for the full site.
Ancient Near East: Internet Resources for elementary school students Abzu: Guide to Resources for the Study of the Ancient Near East Available on the Internet
***The major index of all things Ancient Near Eastern, from the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. Searchable database.

Canaanites, Israelites and Other Biblical Peoples
Canaanite calf figurine, Ashkelon
(photo courtesy of Ashkelon Excavations)
Hittite Home Page History on the Internet: Ancient Israel The New Jerusalem Mosaic
Virtual guides take you on tours of the various periods of the history and culture of Jerusalem. Start with old Jerusalem Mosaic as they are somewhat different.

2. In The Beginning: An Article About Ancient Civilization - Apolyton Civilization
pyramids and other magnificent monuments to posterity. The primitive farming settlements of egypt And in some places where there are the ancient and middle ages. Hopefully, civ III

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In the beginning: An article about Ancient Civilization profile register preferences faq ... bottom of page Author Topic: In the beginning: An article about Ancient Civilization
b.02-15-99 posted October 31, 2000 12:39 The thought crosses my mind about when should Civilization III begin in a normal game: 4,000 B.C., 5,000 B.C., 6,000 B.C., 7,000 B.C., or maybe even 8,000 B.C. Perhaps the player(s) should be able choose when to begin. Anyway, here is an article on Ancient Civilization from Compton's Interactive Encyclopedia 1998. Please read it, and then you decide: ANCIENT CIVILIZATION. The term civilization basically means the level of development at which people live together peacefully in communities. Ancient civilization refers specifically to the first settled and stable communities that became the basis for later states, nations, and empires.
The study of ancient civilization is concerned with the earliest segments of the much broader subject called ancient history. The span of ancient history began with the invention of writing in about 3100 BC and lasted for more than 35 centuries. Mankind existed long before the written word, but writing made the keeping of a historical record possible (see Human Origins).
The first ancient societies arose in Mesopotamia and Egypt in the Middle East, in the Indus Valley region of modern Pakistan, in the Huang He (Yellow River) valley of China, on the island of Crete in the Aegean Sea, and in Central America. All of these civilizations had certain features in common. They built cities, invented forms of writing, learned to make pottery and use metals, domesticated animals, and created fairly complex social structures with class systems.

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Journey Back to ancient Rome other gods. Greek Mythologygods, titans, myths, creatures, figures, places, heroes Life in ancient egypt. Technology. Hatshepsut. Tour of the pyramids
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5. Resources For Ancient Civilizations
Resources for ancient Civilizations. Do not forget that you are required to cite all the Internet sources you use. You will find examples of how to correctly site your sources here the other pages after egypt past and present! You can tour all the ancient pyramids and sites. You will learn about the ancient Pharaohs, women, places civ_reader/world_civ
Resources for Ancient Civilizations Do not forget that you are required to cite all the Internet sources you use. You will find examples of how to correctly site your sources here: This is Yahooligans Citation page. There are links to return to the other pages after each civilization.
Ancient Egypt This is a huge website devoted to Egypt past and present! You can tour all the ancient pyramids and sites. You will learn about the ancient Pharaohs, women, places, writings, and beliefs of these people. There are movies to view as well. Please do not go to the game section while you are working on your project. Save the game section to explore at home! This is a list of links created for a webquest . You will find oodles of information here. There are links to click on to learn about the people, government, everyday life, hieroglyphics, math, and foods! Please stay out of the top set of links that are called Fun Egyptian Activities

6. CIAS Encyclopedia Of Ancient History, Internet Nachschlagebuch Für Altertumskun
City of Aten. cities in egypt, ancient. city limits Libnah 2. Libyans. Libyan civ..zations. Lieder des Aufstiegs fields in England and some other places people have wondered how these
Bilingual - Zweisprachige Website
Online Encyclopedia - California Institute for Ancient Studies
Internet Nachschlagebuch - Das Kalifornische Institut für Altertumskunde
A True Open Book Online Encyclopedia! - Eine Wahre, Offenes Buch , Internet Verbundene Enzyklopädie! How to use the Encyclopedia more efficiently.
Print the alphabetically indexed pages for easy overview and file in your folder. Attention: We frequently upgrade these pages. Sometimes every day! Easy word search: Click on the `Edit' button above then click on `Find' (on this page) or else use Ctrl F and type the word into the search window.
A fast growing site with hundreds of topics, pages, images and discussions you will never forget.
Alphabetical selections are explained in chosen texts.
Visit the Encyclopedia of El Amarna The Hebrew Dictionary Lexicon Ancient History Maps Main Menu ...

Abraham 1 Abraham 2 Absalom ... Abu Simbel Abydos: Abydos, king list Acco: Achaemenid Achior cupbearer acquital ... Aegeans aerial: affairs of the heart African animals African tribes Agagite ... Akhmeretnesut Akhimiti: Akhmim family Akhnaton: Akinizaz,

7. Egyptian Hieroglyphic Translator
prints, plus ancient egyptian inspired ceramics. . other pages cover Sphinx and pyramids of egypt places to visit! egyptian Dynasties. Learn about each dynasty of ancient egypt's
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  • Cleopatra........Queen of Egypt
    My page devoted to Cleopatra VII!
  • The Ancient Egyptian Collection
    RealAudio versions of the music of Ancient Egypt. Presented by Elycia's Real Audio Extravaganza.
  • The Humble Dwelling of Ramesses Khaemwese
    Personal Homepage with an Egyptian theme. Interesting Isis puzzle, how to make a mummy, heiroglyph translations and more.
  • The Glyph
    Journal for the Archaeological Institute of America, San Diego Society
  • Tavel down the Nile
    I just made my site, so only a biography of the Gods is on it, but I'm working on it!
  • Frankie's Bibliography of Ancient Egypt The site offers a list, divided in categories, of books related to Ancient Egypt
  • Queen Ankhesenamen's Palace A site dedicated to Queen Ankhesenamen, Akhenaten and Nefertiti's daughter, and Tutankhamen's wife. With a bio of the Queen, guide to familar Egyptian gods and words, and Egyptian themed art work.
  • The Women Of Ancient Egypt A visit to the ancient women of Egypt.
  • 8. World Mysteries - Mystic Places - The Great Pyramid: Pyramid Of Khufu (Cheops)
    other Books. Related Books on the ancient egypt; Edwards, IES The pyramids of egypt. New York and London, Penguin Books, 1985. Fakhry, A. The pyramids.
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    Nazca Lines The Great Pyramid The Sphinx Stonehenge ... Kailasa Temple
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    GP Menu Geometry Construction Books ... NEW! Video (E) - external links
    Click on the titles to read reviews and to order online. Voyages of the Pyramid Builders: The True Origins of the Pyramids from Lost Egypt to Ancient America
    NEW! Released January 6, 2003
    by Robert Aquinas McNally (Contributor), Robert M. Schoch Book Description
    Is it a mere coincidence that pyramids are found across our globe? Did cultures ranging across vast spaces in geography and time, such as the ancient Egyptians; early Buddhists; the Maya, Inca, Toltec, and Aztec civilizations of the Americas; the Celts of the British Isles; and even the Mississippi Indians of pre-Columbian Illinois, simply dream the same dreams and envision the same structures? Scientist and tenured university professor Robert M. Schoch-one of the world's preeminent geologists in recasting the date of the Great Sphinx-believes otherwise. In this dramatic and meticulously reasoned book, Schoch, like anthropologist Thor Heyerdahl in his classic Kon-Tiki, argues that ancient cultures traveled great distances by sea. Indeed, he believes that primeval sailors traveled from the Eastern continent, primarily Southeast Asia, and spread the idea of pyramids across the Earth, involving the human species in a far greater degree of contact and exchange than experts have previously thought possible.

    9. Ancient Egyptian Civilization Culture History
    pyramids, Tombs, Temples, other places. Abydos Holy City of ancient egypt Abydos, a pre-dynastic city (4000 BC) was of great importance to the cult of
    Ancient Egypt Home Egyptian Archaeology Egyptian Pottery Egyptian Medicine ... Egyptian Homes Other Ancient Civilizations Ancient Africa Aztec ByzantineEmpire Cambodia ... Viet Nam Ancient Egypt is too large a subject to try and encompass it all on one page of listings. While there may be some overlap, the other pages listed above will be of help filling in details to material found here. Daily Life General Resources Egyptian Religion View the Gallery of Reconstructions of Temples and Pyramids Tomb of Tutankhamun Daily Life Ancient Egyptian Clothing About ancient Egyptian clothing and fashion. - illustrated - From Dragon Strike Systems - Ancient Egyptian Furniture and Woodworking Examples of ancient Egyptian furnishings, woodworking and construction techniques - illustrated - Ancient Egyptian Lives Three-part series about life in ancient Egypt - illustrated - By Mark T. Rigby - Ancient Egyptian Sports About ancient Egyptian sports. - illustrated - From the Egyptian State Information Service -

    10. Wade's Vision Quest Photo Gallery - Egypt
    an evolutionary process that made the ancient egyptians use more one shows an old cemetery close to the pyramids. tomb styles at other places in egypt that I
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    Here are the traditional cheesy pyramid shots. You can't really be a proper Egypt tourist until you've been on a horse or camel, and been cheated at least a dozen times. On this particular day, I drug my ass out of bed at 4AM to see the pyramids at dawn, but ended up riding a horse for an hour just to look at fog. This particular shot was taken several hours later. These shots show some of the other things that appear around the pyramids. The pyramids were part of an evolutionary process that made the ancient Egyptians use more and more elaborate burial rituals up until the pyramids, and then go back to simpler ones after that. This one shows an old cemetery close to the pyramids. This one shows remains of some of the earlier tombs that were used before the pyramid idea took shape. There are better examples of the earlier tomb styles at other places in Egypt that I didn't go to. These shots try to give some idea of the size of these things. They're

    11. Mysterious Places - Egypt Book List
    that takes us from the pyramids and temples of ancient egypt to the authors present hard evidence that the Sphinx, the pyramids, and the other monuments at
    Egypt Fodors Egypt (1999)
    by Stephen Wolf (Editor), Fodor's (Editor)
    Capturing the best of Egypt's colorful culture and rich history, this new guide includes a special Nile cruise chapter to help readers plan the best of all possible trips. Maps.
    Click here for current pricing and ordering info
    Lonely Planet Egypt : A Travel Survival Kit (4th Ed)
    by Leanne Logan, Geert Cole, Damien Simonis, Scott Wayne
    Fully updated and expanded, this practical guide is the ideal companion for exploring Egypt's legendary attractions. It offers practical information for all budgets, information on outdoor activities (from snorkeling to camel safaris), over 91 new or thoroughly updated maps, and notes on shopping for local crafts. In addition, there is information on newly opented sites, including the Tomb of Nefertari. of color illustrations.
    Click here for current pricing and ordering info
    The Orion Mystery : Unlocking the Secrets of the Pyramids
    by Robert Bauval, Adrian Gilbert (Contributor), Peter Ginna (Editor)
    Using astronomical data about stellar movement, they argue that the Orion stars coincide exactly with the pyramids' positions in approximately 10,400 b.c.a period the Egyptians called the First Time, when they believed the god Osiris ruled the Earth. The authors also speculate that the mysterious space within the Great Pyramid discovered by Gantenbrink contains the mythical Benben stone, which the Egyptians linked to the creation of the world. One of the most intriquing and plausable theories that have come out lately. Worth reading.

    12. Top Historic & Cultural Places - Travelers Digest
    as seen by the majestic pyramids that still ancient egypt has also developed some of the greatest other egyptian rulers of note are the conqueror Thutmose III
    Back To Travelers Digest Home Page History buffs, this one is for you. If you're tired of beaches or ski resorts, then why don't you set off on a journey and discover 10 lands that have served as the home to great civilizations, legendary battles, great statesmen, revolutions, and various aspects that have defined and shaped the world, as we know it? Admittedly, practically every current day country could have made this list, as these 10 destinations offer tourists a safe trip and promise to teach you various things about life, arts, culture, history, and humanity, while ultimately proving that history is indeed a never-ending spiral. In other words, yes, Mesopotamia (current day Iraq) may have been the cradle of civilization, and Israel may have had an interesting history, but we would not send our readers there today. This list will take you places far and wide, and will span various time periods. So get ready, as we are about to sail away. Russia Russia has always been enigmatic to foreigners. Whether this is because of its geographical size, its Communist past or the excessive James Bond flicks, today Russia is struggling to gain some balance and stability. But Russia's vast human and natural resources make it a great country that will one day rise to the top of international circles again. Russia is huge, and no, we do not necessarily suggest you trek out to Vladivostok, but cities like Moscow and St. Petersburg provide a glimpse into much of Russia's past to help find out why Ivan was so Terrible and Peter so Great.

    13. National Geographic Magazine Treasures Of Egypt: Egypt File
    Bastet, and many of the other ancient places across egypt Hawass, secretary general of egypt s Supreme Council and director of the Giza pyramids Excavation, is

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    a map of the Nile River
    Abundance amid barrenness, a sliver of floodplain supported civilization along the Nile for more than 3,000 years. Rising annually, the river irrigated and fertilized crops. Surrounding deserts protected Egypt from foreign invaders.

    The Nile Valley's Archaeological Sites

    Amarna: An Ancient Capital

    Giza Pyramids Bahariya Oasis Top Egypt's Forgotten Treasures An exclusive look at Cairo's Egyptian Museum centennial exhibit includes stunning antiquities on display for the first time ever. Death on the Nile Probe ancient Egyptian intrigue with author A. R. Williams. Then browse photos and links, and share your thoughts. The Pyramid Builders

    14. The Mysteries Of Ancient Egypt Mysteries, Its Origins, Its Monuments And Theorie
    of the Great Pyramid and other stone vessels Mysterious places egypt Through beautiful photos, this very provides a tour of ancient egypt s pyramids and temples
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    Ancient Egypt
    The mysteries of ancient Egypt mysteries, its origins, its monuments and theories.
    Sort By: Guide Picks Alphabetical Up a category Ancient Egypt - Link with Australia Egyptian hieroglyphs found in New South Wales tell the tale of early Egyptian explorers, injured and stranded, in ancient Australia. The enigmatic carvings were first sighted them in the early 1900s. 30,000 Years Ago Yesterday The giant figures at Nasca illustrate the events in the Creation Texts of ancient Egypt, this article says, and have their origin in the Alaskan Era, 30,000 years ago. Advanced Machining in Ancient Egypt Did the ancient Egyptians use some lost technology to machine the stones of their pyramids and temples? Christopher Dunn presents his evidence.

    15. 150 Ancient Egypt Links
    the pyramids, temples, and other monumental architecture rose Label important cities and places life was like in ancient egypt pyramids, pharaohs, slaves
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    Home Page-Site Guide Complete A-Z Subject Guide 1000 Freeware Links ... Discovery of Atlantis Ring Atlantis Ring -The original one was discovered in Egypt in the Valley of the Kings in 1860 by the Marquis d' Agrain a French archaeologist. Old of about 5 thousand years or more, this Atlantis Ring was made of Assouan Sandstone. This archaeology find was later entrusted to Howard Carter, a British archaeologist, who made an exact replica in sterling silver wearing it since as his secret talisman. Mysteries of radiasthesia and the magical power of the esoteric Atlantis Ring as well as the famous Howard Carter surviving the mummy's curse and other interesting remarks involving the Tutankhamon's tomb....

    16. C A I R O O
    pyramids, tombs, temples, statues, food, furniture and most of monuments Most of the temples in Luxor and other places were dedicated Religion in ancient egypt.

    17. NOVA Online | Mysteries Of The Nile | E-Mail: March 9, 1999
    from the time of the pyramids. But there are many sites in egypt and other places in the world where indeed younger deposits and towns cover more ancient ones.
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    Our family has been in the exclusive field of heavy moving and rigging for centuries. I cannot help but to notice that much of the current team's approach to this endeavor consists of novice-generated theories, instead of "hands on" experience in heavy moving and rigging.
    Indeed, my quandary in this matter is not HOW the objects were rigged, but in narrowing down the plethora of numerous available specific procedures and practices to one, verifiable approach.
    (name witheld by request)
    Response from Mark Lehner:
    Our theories are not generated by novices. Roger Hopkins and our Egyptian foreman Ali el Gasab have spent their careers moving heavy weights. We have Mark Whitby and Henry Woodlock, who are both engineers, and we have Owain Roberts who is an experienced boat builder and has done his share of moving things about. Finally, we have Denys Stocks, who has long experimented with ancient stone-cutting technology.
    I was of the understanding that there was significant Roman influence in Egypt. I realize that what you are investigating is far older than that influence of the great Roman rulers such as Marcus Aurelius or Agustus, but my question is this: Have the years of various cultural influences affected the excavation and examination of more ancient civilizations? Do these layers of newer civilizations above the older impede your discoveries

    18. Ancient Egypt
    A virtual tour of the pyramids http// Lots of Links to other sites http// There are over 500 links to ancient egypt sites
    (best viewed at 800 x 600)
    Ancient Egypt Add a link Top of page Ancient Egypt at Snaith Primary School (UK)

    Ancient Egypt at Snaith Primary School (UK) See Egypt from a satellite

    See Egypt from a satellite, updated every 3 hours Lots of pictures and tours of the Pyramids

    Enjoy new looks at pyramids, tombs, temples, antiquities, read about new up-to-date information and interviews! There are many more exciting pictures to come of many fascinating places!!
    Check out these wonderful 360 degree Virtual Reality Panoramic views of various sites
    Enter the newly opened Red Pyramid! Enter the Bent Pyramid! Walk inside a Pyramid (virtually of course) Have you ever dreamed of exploring the pyramids of Egypt? If so, enter here, wander through the chambers and passageways of the Great Pyramid, and learn about the pharaohs for whom these monumental tombs were built. You can also follow the 1997 field season of a team of archaeologists as they excavated the bakery that fed the pyramid builders. Egyptian Mummification Process : Lesson Plan

    19. Egypt Ancient, IKHNATON
    An historical site for learning about the ancient egyptians including their kings, gods, mythologies, art, architecture, and influences upon human history. of political power. other relations with the outside world Their holy places were forsaken and had become overgrown and Thought in ancient egypt (1912) and History of egypt (1912
    Ancient egypt, a history of ancient egypt Ancient Egypt. Egypt. Ancient Egypt. Pharaohs Of Ancient Egypt. Pyramids in Ancient Egypt the story of ancient egypt An historical site for learning about the ancient Egyptians including their kings, gods, mythologies, art, architecture, and influences upon human history. Care to express an opinion on a current or past historical event? Need to ask a question from our many visitors? Just visit our Forum and leave your message. Forum Weekly Poll Topics Main Egyptian Page Page Two Abydos Ahmose ... Thutmose III Recommended Sites Ancient Egypt Egypt's Rulers Please Help Keep Us On the Web. We are a Non-Profit Organization and the cost of continuing is becoming more than we can handle. Therefore, we are asking you to please donate anything you can to help keep us on the web. Please Help Click Here Ancient Egypt, IKHNATON (sometimes spelt AKHENATON), the name assumed by Amenhotep IV. Of Egypt. The Sun-god Aton. As early as 1400 B.C. under the magnificent emperor, Amenhotep III., great-grandson of Thutmose III., the expanded conception of the Sun-god's power was gaining currency. In order to give this magnified Sun-god a new identity, not embarrassed by older and more limited conceptions, "Aton," an ancient name for the physical sun, was employed to designate him. When Amenhotep III. died (c. 1375 B.C.), his son and successor, Amenhotep IV., was closely associated with the new ideas. He assumed the office of the High Priest of Aton, with the same title, "Great Seer," as that of the high priest of the old Sun-god Re at Heliopolis. It is clear therefore, that the new movement was closely connected with the old Solar theology and probably with its organized priesthood likewise.

    20. Above Top Secret - Ancient & Lost Civilizations - Egypt, Pyramids
    somehting so unique and huge and monumental with out a place to put Here s a list of other pyramids, mastabas, and tombs http//
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