Mrs. Baker's Great Starting Points on
Roman Empire and Julius Caesar
In our print collection
Using the electronic information databases
The best ones to use are:
· Encyclopedia Britannica Online
· World History FullTEXT (found in EBSCO)
Try these Internet
starting points for information on
Many of them will have other links to many other fine web sites.
Exploring Ancient Rome
Explore the Forum Romanum to experience
Julius Caesar Project
This site features a lesson on the life and times of Julius Caesar, with a multitude of links that cover many aspects of Caesar's world, from literature to history. Use this site and its many related resources to introduce students to a historical figure who has fascinated historians, artists and authors for centuries.
Great site for teachers who need creative help with ancient history lessons. Includes numerous lesson plan ideas on ancient
Maps of the Roman Empire
Resource devoted to the history of
Empire, 3rd Century Map
Provides a map of the
History of the Roman Empire
Illustrated history of the
Cities and Provinces
of the Roman Empire
Study guide offers a look at life in the cities, prefectures and provinces of the ancient
and Fall of Roman Empire
Bibliomania offers a look at the first two chapters of Edward Gibbon's treatise on the collapse of this mighty empire.
Roman Empire, invasions, rebellions, Roman defense of Britain, Roman army, roads and places, leisure, family life, technology, religion, archaeology; from the BBC.
Map of the Roman Empire
This map of ancient
Julius Caesar: The Last Dictator
In-depth biography of Julius Caesar plus all his major contemporaries Cicero, Brutus, Pompey, Cato,
Caesar, Gaius Julius
This is an extremely thorough biography of Julius Caesar. Everything you ever wanted to know about his reign as Emperor of Rome is on this page.