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Ancient Tourism Project: Reference Databases

Ancient and Medieval History Online
Use this Facts on File database to learn facts about the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

Encyclopedia Britannica
Britannica is a general reference encyclopedia with informative links to sites related to the Seven Wonders of the World. 

World Book Advanced
The entire 22 volume set with 3,700 additional entries not available in print.  Additional resources include an e-book collection of classic books and links to other World Books sites.

World History: Ancient and Medieval Eras
Use this ABC-CLIO database to access information about the Seven Wonders.

World History in Context
Gale World History in Context is an excellent source about ancient history, accessed from authoritative reference and academic sources.

Ancient Tourism Project: Internet Resources

    Visit this site for facts, images, and videos about the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
  • Illustrated History of the Roman Empire
    "This website offers a comprehensive history of the Roman Empire through essays, chronologies, photo galleries, maps, lists, timelines, and more." Source: edtechteacher
  • National Geographic
    National Geographic provides pictures and general information about the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
  • National Geographic Adventure Magazine
    Author Tony Perrottet took four months to explore the holiday travel routes of Ancient Romans. Read this interview to get a perspective on how Romans traveled in AD100.
  • The Roman Empire in the First Century
    This excellent site sponsored by PBS offers extensive information about the Roman Empire.
    "Journey to the Seven Wonders" provides a detailed account of what travelers would have seen at each amazing site.

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