Below are the various sources where we obtained our materials.
The following images were obtained from the image collection
Corel Gallery(tm) ver. 3.00.147, published by Corel Corporation.
Their use is in agreement with the terms stated along with the product.
All images Copyright (c) 2001 ThinkQuest Team C0122667 and its
licensors. All rights reserved.
- Image of a modern grape vine
- Image of ruins of a Greek triangular arch
- Image of surviving section of the Via Appia
- Image of an Egyptian pyramid
- Image of Egyptian agriculture
- Image of an Egyptian obelisk
- Image of ruins of a lighthouse
- Image of a modern water mill
- Image of a modern oyster farm
- Image of an ancient Roman sundial
- Image of a Roman inscription over a gateway
- Image of ruins of a Roman arch
- Image of ruins of an aqueduct
- Image of channel of a surviving aqueduct
- Image of ruins of a Roman fortification
- Image of a clock face with Roman numerals on it
- Image of apparatus for panning gold
- Image of oxen ploughing a field in Bhutan
- Image of ruins of walls at Mohenjodaro
- Image of an aerial view of a south Indian temple
- Image of an agate
- Image of hemp fibres left to dry
- Image of a statue of an Indian war elephant
The following images were obtained from the image collection IMSI
MasterClips(r), published by IMSI Software. Their use is in
agreement with the terms stated along with the product.
- Image of ruins of Greek columns
- Image of digestive, circulatory and nervous systems of the human
- Image of St. Jerome and a ship (illustration)
- Image of Persian siege of Sparta (illustration)
- Image of Egyptian charioteer (illustration)
- Image of supernova explosion
- Image of various ancient Greek weapons and armour (illustration)
- Image of various ancient Roman weapons and armour (illustration)
- Image of a Buddhist stupa
- Image of front gate of a south Indian temple
- Image of a riverboat race in south India
All other images (content and layout) are the creation of the
team members themselves. All 3-dimensional images have been rendered
in 3D Studio MAX (3ds max 4) by discreet, and 2-dimensional
illustrations have been created in Paint by Microsoft, Adobe
Photoshop and After Effects by Adobe and Corel Photo House by Corel Corporation.
All such images copyright (c) 2001 ThinkQuest Team C0122667.
3ds max 4 images are based upon information from literary sources
cited below (see Content).
Video & Animations:
All our animations are rendered by 3D Studio Max (3ds max 4) by
discreet, and are copyright (c) 2001 Jayson Joseph Paulose.
All our site scripts are self-authored except for the tool-tip
pop-up script which was obtained with permission from www.dhtmlzone.com.
Below is where we obtained our interactive applets from.
Our content is based on various literary and online sources.
Every effort has been made to give credit to these sources
throughout the site. All sources have been suitably
paraphrased and the content is in no way identical to these sources,
1) A. L. Basham, The Wonder that was India, Sidgwick and
Jackson Limited, 1967
2) D. D. Kosambi, The Culture and Civilisation of Ancient
India in Historical Outline, Vikas Publishing House, 1982Peter
Connolly, Greece and Rome at War, Macdonald Phoebus Ltd.,
3) Peter Connolly, Greece and Rome at War, Macdonald
Phoebus Ltd., 1981
4) Peter James and Nick Thorpe, Ancient Inventions,
Ballantine Books, 1994
5) R. C. Majumdar, The History and Culture of the Indian
People: The Vedic Age, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1988
Portions of a book:
1) Alexander Hellemans and Bryan Bunch, The Timetables of
Science, Sidgwick and Jackson Limited, 1989,
2) Michael Grant and Rachel Kitzinger, Civilization of the
Ancient Mediterranean, William Scribner's Sons, 1988, pages
221-264, 277-396, 679-722, 1227-1248.
3) Carl B. Boyer and Uta Merzbach, A History of Mathematics,
John Wiley and Sons, 1991, pages 62-224.
4) Rama Shankar Tripathi, History of Ancient India,
Motilal Banarasidass, 1987, pages 156-157, 274-276.
5) William Reid, Weapons through the Ages, Peerage Books,
1984, pages 9-29.
0) Ancient India's Contribution to Science & Technology.
1) Antiqua Medicina - from Homer to Vesalius (University of
2) Coinage of Ancient Greece
3) Engineering in the Roman World
4) Life Positive publication by Magus Media Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.
5) Maecenas: Images of Ancient Greece and Rome,
6) Rees's Clepsydra 1819
7) Richard Azia's Roman Civilisation
8) Roman numerals - history and use
9) The Ancient Ayurvedic Writings
10) UK Copper Development Organisation: 60 Centuries of Copper,