Note: Some texts are buried
deep in e-archives. If title link does not work, click source.
Anatolia (Asia Minor)
Joshua J. Mark's detailed
illustrated history of the Hittites & their culture (Ancient
Cautious reconstruction of Hittite religion,
its rituals & deities (Wikipedia).
Elegantly illustrated page in
& Lost Civilizations on the
culture, laws & religion of the Mediterranean world's first empire
Buruk Sansal's e-guidebook
to ancient Anatolian religion & mythology.
Billie Jean Collins explores the
Hittites' use of young dogs in sacrifices (U of Chicago's Oriental
Jacques Kinnear's elegant interactive book offers a
of Egyptian history,
intro to language
& hieroglyphic script, a comprehensive bibliography &
to other internet resources on Egyptology.
Jenny Hill's lucid introduction
includes tutorials on hieroglyphs, illustrated catalogues of ancient
& texts, &
well-researched essays on
from paleolithic times through the Greco-Roman period.
Pages from the Minneapolis Institute of the
Arts on-line curriculum illustrate the myths of Osiris,
Top-quality virtual collection of thousands of
well-documented images from 10 European museums. First 24 hours of
searches free; unlimited searches for "Friends of the Museum."
Paul Halsall's well-organized collection of
links to academic quality e-resources on ancient Egypt (Fordham U).
Lavishly illustrated descriptive tours of
all the the tombs & mastabas at Luxor, Giza, Saqqara, Tell-Armana, Aswan,
Siwa, & Nubia.
Arthur McGee posts a plain text version of
Budge's translation of the key text of the cult of Osiris.
Chicago's Oriental Institute posts Tom Van
Eynde's panoramic images of important sites, including: the Colossi
of Memnon, the temples at
the temple of
at Philae, & valleys of the
Digging. Help fill holes.
This page was revised
27 January 2023