The Rome Project.
A vast collection of resources about the Roman world, including archaeology,
literature, military, politics, philosophy, religion, theater, and maps
Curtius: Into the Roman World. Includes a Roman Gazeteer, list of
1700 RomanSites, texts, atlas, Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman
Antiquities, and selections from Platner's Topography of Ancient
Perseus Project, an evolving
digital library on ancient Greece and Rome. Images, texts, maps, essays,
on-line Greek-English and Latin-English lexicons, plus much more. Great
site for students of Greek and Roman art, archaeology, history, literature,
de Rome features images of a plaster model of Rome and virtual reconstructions
of various buildings (University of Caen)
Riley Collection of Roman
Portraits features portraits of emperors and senators, as well as
men, women and children during the height of the Roman empire: images,
descriptions, family trees, additional links and more (Cedar Rapids
Museum of Art).
Digital Augustan Rome (David Gilman Romano) is based on the reearch done originally for the book Mapping Augustan Rome, but is envisioned as a living resource that continually adds new information. It includes maps at 1:6000 and 1:3000 that inlcude over 150 sites. Each site has a separate entry describing it during the time of Augustus.
Digital Roman Forum a UCLA team created a digital model of the Roman Forum c. 400 CE; includes descriptions of the major monuments and 3D models of many of them.
Urbis Romae ( maps of the city of Rome from Rodolfo Lanciani's excavations, 1893-1901)
Forum Romanum includes photos and descriptions of the major buildings in the Roman Forum (Rene Seindal)
Great Buildings On-Line:
Brief descriptions of major architectural achievements throughout the
world. Click on Search and search by name of the city you are interested
Villa. A fantastic site that includes photographs, axonometric drawings,
QuickTime movies of Horace's Villa in Licenza, plus descriptions of
new excavations at the site sponsored by the American Academy in Rome
and the Archaeological Superintendency for Lazio of the Italian Ministry
Viewing Pompeii, walk-throughs, panoramas and other visual resources for the Pompeii Forum Project
Pompeii Series of Podcasts (University of Cincinnati) cover the eruption of Vesuvius, tombs, human remains, Roman medicine, food, gladiators, and commerce
a companion Web site to the NOVA program "Roman Bath," scheduled for
broadcast on February 22, 2000. In the film, an international crew of
archeologists, engineers, and historians designs, builds, and tests
a functioning Roman bath!
Trajan's Column contains several excellent essays
The Emperor Trajan and his Forum, Experiencing Trajan's Column, and Carving Trajan's Column, a database of 500+ images of the column, and a link to the 1998-2000 excavations. (Stoa.org)