Here is a list of references that we used to create our site:
Archibald, Zofia. Discovering the World of Ancient Greeks. Quarto Publishing. London, 1991. pp. 6-37,
Rome Echoes of Empirical Glories. Ed. by Time Life Books. Alexandria, Virginia, 1994.
World of the Romans. Ed. J. F. Driskwater
and Andrew Droummond. Oxford University Press. New York, New York, 1993.
Ancient Empires; Milestones of History, ed. by Newsweek. New York, New York, George Weidenfeld, 1970.
(1) Gold mask at Mycenae discovered by Heinrich Schliemann used on the opening page.Reaves, Nicholas. Into the Mummy's Tomb: the Real Life Discovery of Tutankhamun's Treasures. Scholastic/Madison, 1992.
(2) Julius Caesar, p.119, used on opening page
(3) The Emperor Trajan, p. 136
(4) Zeus, a Greco-Roman plaque (used for an icon), p. 136
(5) Timelines on flyleaves, pp. 154-157.
(1) Picture of King Tut: The third coffin, p. 53 used on opening pageHobson, Christine. The World of the Pharaohs, a Complete Guide to Ancient Egypt. Thames and Hudson, 1987.
(2) Death mask placed on Tut's mummy, p.59
(3) Not used, Pharoah Tut and his queen on their garden pavillion
(4) Diagram of the pyramids, the Kings's chamber, Queen's chamber, hidden entrance, and unused chamber
(5) Golden wall of one of the burial shrines, heiroglyphs placed on inner walls of egyptian pyramid.
(6) Second coffin wrapped in a linen shroud (looks like a mummy).
(1) Quote from Herodotus, Book II, 142, p. 21.Stewart, Desmond. "The Pyramids and Sphinx." Newsweek, New York, New York, 1971. Cross section of pyramid, p. 40 text.
(2) Selection of small figurines, now in the Cairo Museum, (icon for Religion and Culture), p. 49.
(3) Face of Ramesses II (mummy) p. 96.
(4) Mummy of Seti I, father of Rameses II, p. 97.
(5) Gods of the Judgement of the Dead, Gods of the Land of the Dead, pp. 134-135.