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Welcome to Perseus 4.0, also known as the Perseus Hopper. Read more on the Perseus version history. New to Perseus? Click here for a short tutorial. Perseus Digital Library Updates 02/22/2016Unlocking the Digital Humanities – Spring 2016The Perseus Digital Library, the Tufts Department of Classics, and the Alexander von Humboldt Chair of Digital Humanities have ...11/12/2015Save Latin and Greek on AlpheiosWe at Perseus would like to alert you to the Indiegogo campaign for Alpheios: This is an effort we strongly support. Release Announcements October 2013 New texts: the English Bohn and Greek Kaibel editions of Athenaeus' Deipnosophists and Harpocration. Read older announcements...

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Project Libellus Cui dono... Welcome to project Libellus, an ongoing attempt to provide a library of classical Latin (and Greek) texts with minimal redistribution restrictions. The archive is physically located at the University of Washington, Seattle, and is currently being run by Konrad Schroder and Owen Ewald. The intent of the project is to make available fairly good-quality texts at no cost; it is not to provide guaranteed top quality texts. If you are willing to pay for extreme quality, there are other organizations that will allow you to do that.

Indus Civilization Introduction n fact, there seems to have been another large river which ran parallel and west of the Indus in the third and fourth millenium BCE. This was the ancient Saraswati-Ghaggar-Hakra River (which some scholars associate with the Saraswati River of the Rg Veda). Its lost banks are slowly being traced by researchers. Along its now dry bed, archaeologists are discovering a whole new set of ancient towns and cities. Meluhha Family tree of the Greek gods Key: The essential Olympians' names are given in bold font. See also List of Greek mythological figures Notes These Photos of Pompeii Show Slice of Ancient Roman Life that Was Buried Under 20 Feet of Ash - History Daily Sep 172016 On August 24, 79 AD, Mount Vesuvius, a 4,000-foot volcano near the Bay of Naples in Italy, erupted, burrying the city of Pompeii under an almost 20-foot blanket of volcanic ash and killing 2,000 people. It was one of the world’s most famous and deadly volcanic eruptions. The ancient Roman city was left untouched until explorers rediscovered it in 1748, finding that Pompeii was virtually intact underneath the dust and dirt.

compcolts - SYNTHESIS ESSAY RESOURCES Synthesis in Everyday Life - An Example Whenever you talk to a friend about what you've heard other friends say about the latest blockbuster movie - you engage in synthesis. You might decide whether or not to see a particular movie based on what you have heard. You probably do the same thing when deciding which classes to take. If you hear that Ms.

The Online Books Page Listing over 2 million free books on the Web - Updated Wednesday, February 8, 2017 Search our Listings -- New Listings -- Authors -- Titles -- Subjects -- Serials More open access journals now listed here -- Blog (Everybody's Libraries) -- Latest Book Listings THE FALL OF THE ANGELS - THE DESCENDANTS OF CAIN - THE LEGENDS OF THE JEWS - LOUIS GINZBERG This is the legend of: Shemhazai, Jared, daughters of men, sons of god, angels, mount hermon, giants, Azazel, Armaros, Kawabel, Ezekeel, Arakiel, Samsaweel, Seriel, Enoch and the Watchers. Volume I [56] The depravity of mankind, which began to show itself in the time of Enosh, had increased monstrously in the time of his grandson Jared, by reason of the fallen angels. When the angels saw the beautiful, attractive daughters of men, they lusted after them, and spoke: "We will choose wives for ourselves only from among the daughters of men, and beget children with them." Their chief Shemhazai said, "I fear me, ye will not put this plan of yours into execution,

Welcome...to the Renaissance As of July 1, 2013 ThinkQuest has been discontinued. We would like to thank everyone for being a part of the ThinkQuest global community: Students - For your limitless creativity and innovation, which inspires us all. The Great Exhibition The Great Exhibition, housed within the ‘Crystal Palace’, embodied Prince Albert’s vision to display the wonders of industry from around the world. Liza Picard looks at the exhibits, the building and the ideas behind the project. The Crystal Palace If you took an omnibus along London's Knightsbridge in the summer of 1851, you would see an astonishing sight. Glittering among the trees was a palace made of glass, like something out of the Arabian Nights. It was as tall as the trees, indeed taller, because the building arched over two of them already growing there, as if, like giant plants in a glasshouse, they had been transplanted with no disturbance to their roots.

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