This site provides practice tests for each chapter, a guide for each chapter (Mosaic), maps, primary sources.
Here below are resources which can deepen and enrich your understanding of the historical issues we are surveying in this course. This list refers you to on-line sites which give access to classical works on history and primary source material--that is, documents and other records made by people who lived in the past and witnessed the events or experiences at the time they occurred.
(Please note: your textbook provides an excellent list of secondary
sources--that is, books and articles written on the basis of scholarly
research by historians. Each chapter contains a list of "Suggested Reading"
following the summary and notes at the end of the chapter. These books
will allow you to gain a more seasoned historical perspective on the subject.
They make provocative and exciting reading. They provide a more sustained
and comprehensive approach to the issues raised in the textbook. Don't
hesitate to check them out!)
Exploring Ancient World Cultures
The Ancient World Web
Duke Papyrus Archive
Historical and Cultural Atlas Resource
Art of Ancient Greece -- the Hellenic Ministry of Culture
Roman art and archaeology 1000BC - 700AD
Primary historical documents for Medieval and Renaissance Europe
On-Line Reference Book of Medieval Studies
The Christian Catacombs of Rome
An authorized on-line version of The Catechism of the Christian Church
Database of Royal Genealogies
Renaissance and Reformation History
The Civilization of the Renaissance
Gardens, Villas and Social Life in Renaissance Florence
Commune of Florence
Selected works of Martin Luther (1483-1546)