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    Posted: 03-Sep-2006 at 08:02
Please post your links to websites about the history of Ancient Mediterranean and Europe here!

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Duerink's Germanic Tribes, a comprehensive glossary of  well and lesser known Germanic tribes, a brief description of their origins and history, contains further links.

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Duerink's Celtic Tribes, a large glossary of Celtic tribes, with a brief description of the origins and history, contains further links.
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Private Life of the Romans, the e-book edition of a work on the  domestic aspects of Roman society. Written in the 1930s, but still very informative about the lesser known facts of the every day life of the Romans.

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The Internet Ancient History Source Book:
 
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The Roman Empire, a site that is dedicated to the entire history of the Roman Empire, from its founding to its demise.

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http://www.forumromanum.org/index2.html  a massive collaborative project full of all kinds of info
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