History Resources

Thursday Resource: @CryForByzantium

The Twitter account @CryForByzantium recently finished tweeting Byzantine history and has started again. It’s told clearly and humorously, and following is a great way to

Operation LAPIS

Today’s post is a guest post by Kevin Ballestrini. “What exactly is Operation LAPIS? Is it a game? Is it a simulation? How do you

Thursday Resource: EDSITEment!

EDSITEment! has lesson plans on a variety of topics, sorted by ages and categories. There are ones on Pompeii, Latin, and other topics from the

Links for the week of 16 September

If Achilles Used Facebook…: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/09/opinion/sunday/the-social-networks-of-myths.html?_r=1 Amazing details about a Roman town revealed: http://www.cam.ac.uk/research/news/geophysical-survey-reveals-first-images-of-lost-roman-town/ Via @markhilverda A collection of beginning Latin readings: http://hiberna-cr.wikidot.com/reading-material @Quidfac A BBC

Thursday Resources: Maps

Do you need maps for your teaching? EurAtlas has beautiful maps from a range of time periods available for personal or educational use. Maps that

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