A new interpretation of Caesar puts him in the context of his times.
A survey of how war affected the home front.
A narrative written for general readers.
A survey of the first four centuries of Christianity.
Students will find an overview of Roman slavery useful.
Ordinary men and women are the focus of a view of Roman life.
The study looked at the practices of Roman religion in their social contexts.
A documentary explores the life and death of Jesus and the transformation of Christianity from a small group to an established church.
The documentary traces Rome from the second century B.C.E.
with re-enactments of battle scenes, power struggles, and lavish banquets.
The Academy Award-winning historical epic is about a Roman general who avenges the murder of his family by becoming a gladiator.
British-American historical-drama television series set in the transition from republic to empire, with real historical figures and invented characters, that succeeds in presenting a more realistic Rome than most Hollywood epics.
Kirk Douglas considered the movie to be a response to McCarthy-era blacklisting and starred in it.
Photographs, maps, and links to other Roman websites are some of the primary and secondary resources on ancient Rome.
A fascinating video tour of the streets of Rome in 320 C.E.
is included in three-dimensional digital models by an international team of scholars.
There are wooden writing tablets from the second century C.E., found at the Roman fortress of Vindolanda behind Hadrian's Wall in Britain.
Text images, transliterated texts, English translations, and historical background can be found on the site.