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Julius Caesar: An Annotated Guide to Online Resources     View
This site includes links to primary sources such as Suetonius and Plutarch, in Latin and English, as well as Gaius Julius Caesar's own accounts of his campaigns. There are timelines of Caesar's career and essays on the Roman Empire. Searchable.

Ides of March Marked Murder of Julius Caesar     View
This article describes how "Julius Caesar's bloody assassination on March 15, 44 B.C., forever marked March 15, or the Ides of March, as a day of infamy. It has fascinated scholars and writers [including Shakespeare] ever since." A sidebar ...

The Julius Axelrod Papers     View
This site spotlights the Nobel Prize-winning scientist Julius Axelrod, whose pioneering work in neurotransmitters formed the foundation for the development of antidepressants. The exhibit includes photographs, laboratory notes, speeches, and articles ...

Calendars through the Ages     View
A site covering the "history of the human endeavor to organize our lives in accordance with the sun and stars." Discover the origins of modern and past calendar systems. This site covers the calendars of several different cultures and includes a ti ...

L.A. Obscura: The Architectural Photography of Julius Shulman     View
This site was created in conjunction with an exhibit about photographer Julius Shulman, known for his images of mid-20th century architecture in southern California. The site features images, information about Shulman and his work, "a site map f ...

The Internet Classics Archive     View
The more famous and some lesser known authors of Greek and Roman literature, as well as a few Chinese and Persian works. One can also see other readers' opinions and thoughts on the works and respond to them or post one's own. A search engine is pro ...

The Ides of March: Just One of a Dozen Ides     View
"The soothsayer's warning to Julius Caesar, 'Beware the Ides of March,' has forever imbued [March 15] with a sense of foreboding." This site from explains the meaning behind the expression "Ides of March" and the sy ...

Spectrum Biography Library     View
"Biographies of people throughout history and people in the news." Portraits are included. People covered include: Clara Barton, the Bronte Sisters, Elizabeth Browning, Julius Caesar, Cesar Chavez, Aaron Copeland, Jacques Cousteau, Charles Dickens, W ...

The Roman Empire in the First Century     View
Companion website to a documentary series about the Roman Empire, providing "a detailed look at the emperors of the time as well as other important historical figures ... [and] the daily life of ancient Romans." Features transcripts from th ...

Open Source Shakespeare     View
"An experiment in literary technology. Open Source Shakespeare attempts to be the best free website containing Shakespeare's complete works. It is intended for scholars, thespians, and Shakespeare lovers of every kind." Search for specific words in ...



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