My first website is all about Ancient Greece. This website
has stuff about Greece’s history, environment, architecture, art, religion,
philosophy, clothing, people, war, government, economy, language and
literature, food, sports (the Olympics), and science. In the history section
the author shows a timeline of the Stone Age, Bronze Age, and the Iron Age of
the Greeks. In the environment section, the author tells about the surroundings
The second website that I chose is all about Daily Life in Ancient Rome. In this website, the author writes about what the Romans eat, what entertains them, how they take bathes, have siestas, how their families work, their clothing, how they house, their weddings, and some other things. In the bathes section, the author talks about the way the Romans would take bathes. For entertainment, the author wrote about how they would go to the coliseum to watch gladiators fight. In the food section, what the Romans ate was written down. In the siesta section, they talk about how the Romans would take naps after their lunch. When it came to the family section, the author talked about what a Roman family consisted of. In the clothing section, it talked about what the Romans use to wear, like the toga. The housing section talked about what the Roman homes looked like. In the weddings section, it talks about what Roman weddings were like. Another section that the website had was about school for the kids in Ancient Rome. In the school section, the author talks about what and how the children learned in school. These are some of the things that you can get from the website.
Daily Life in Ancient Rome, http://members.aol.com/Donnclass/Romelife.html, 28, September 2005
The last website that I chose is all about Ancient Greece.
The things that you can find in this website are Ancient Greek history, the
Olympics, Greek wars, Greek art and architecture, Greek geography, Greek
mythologies, Greek people, and there are other sources that you can use to
research on Ancient Greece. In the history section you can find out about how
Ancient Greece developed as the years went on. The Olympics section talk about
the Olympic Games when they were first created in