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The Classical Culture Ring links quality sites related to Greek or Roman history, mythology, culture, literature, art, architecture, theatre, philosophy, music, and the Greek and Latin languages.

 

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   Fruttamartorana Preview Go
Books, and stories of the classics... get some classics on books, stories, or cards. :-) Mostly in Italian but under process on the English version
   Temple of Hermes Preview Go
A virtual Temple to the Greek god Hermes.
   Rivista Zetesis Preview Go
Classical civilisation and European heritage; Greek and Latin language; teaching and learning; classical ideas and characters in the European literature; the place of classical civilisation in the modern society and school; classical religion and mythology; the idea of peace in the ancient world; texts; translation; Rivista Zetesis (a paper devoted to the classical civilisation


   Matrix Chess Preview Go
Ancient - Avant Garde Chess #1 chess ARENA free download and a NETSUKE Gallery
   Apuleius and His Golden Ass Preview Go
Main page has brief biography of Apuleius, with links to his 4 major works. The 'Golden Ass/Metamorphoses' page is very extensive, w/ a long intro & discussion of various points of the novel; w/ a listing of the details of many of the available editions & translations of Metamorphoses and where to buy them; also includes comparisons of translations against Latin original.
   BHARAATA-SHASTRA: Preview Go
kukris, gorkhas, katars and other East Indian and Subcontinental Militaria
   Classical Coins Preview Go
Classical Coins offers the finest in ancient Greek coins, Roman coins, Byzantine coins and Persian coins. Authenticity and satisfaction guaranteed.
   Romans and death Preview Go
One cannot say the Romans enjoyed death, that is a phrasing which gives a strange impression, but it is not that far away from the truth. Violence and death for entertainment was big business much more real than nowadays and funerals were a serious affair in more than one respect.
   The Nicomachean Ethics, with interactive exercises Preview Go
This site has the 1908 W. D. Ross translation of Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics with new notes and interactive review questions.
   Tales of the Immortal Night Preview Go
Tales of the Immortal Night: the Greek Myths of the Constellations and Photographs of the Galaxies takes you on a magical odyssey of the cosmos. Go outside tonight, find a constellation and read it's myth or tour the Hubble Deep Space Telescope photographs. Your relationship with the night will be changed forever.






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