The Ancient Near East is a term used to describe the lands roughly corresponding to those described by the modern term Middle East, during the period from prehistory until the time of Alexander the Great. It encompasses Mesopotamia, Persia, Egypt, Palestine, Syria, and the non-Greek areas of Anatolia.Ancient Egypt refers to the civilisation of the Nile Valley between about 31st century BC 3000 BC and the conquest of Egypt by Alexander the Great in 332 BC
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- Ancient Egypt
- Ancient Greece
- Ancient Aztec
- Ancient China
- Ancient India
- Ancient Mayans
Ancient Middle East:
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Life and Art of an Ancient Arctic People
The collections of the Canadian Museum of Civilization include several hundred carvings excavated from Palaeo-Eskimo sites. They represent one of the world's great collections of prehistoric art and provide fascinating insight into an ancient religion....
Ancient Greek and Roman Coins
Information and pictures of Ancient Greek and Roman coins.
Journey to the Ancient World
A journey to The Ancient World, weaving together the Peoples of those lands and civilizations and the way they lived and - their thoughts, their hopes, their dreams, their lives.
EAWC: The Complete Chronology
A chronology of ancient world cultures.
Name in Hieroglyphic
Translate your name to hieroglyphics.
The Amazing Ancient World - Premier Ancient Civilization Internet Book ACT I
A journey to the multicultural Ancient World weaving through the history, culture, peoples and lands of Egypt, Greece, Rome, Mesopotamia
An new composite history of the ancient world -- the only such book completely available on the web, covering changing religions, civilizations and philosophies.
Seven Wonders of the Ancient World
The list of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World was originally compiled around the second century BC.
Archaic and Classical Greek History
The Historical Overview provides a brief summary of the history of ancient Greece approximately 1200 B.C., the period when Mycenaean civilization perished, to 323 B.C., the death of Alexander the Great.