Re: [Videolib] Electronic maps

Marc Sober (msober@mail.pratt.lib.md.us)
Mon, 28 Apr 2003 20:00:12 -0400

It may be more specific than your instructor wants, but a really neat site is
The Theban Mapping Project, which has interactive maps of the Valley of the
Kings and its individual tombs, along with video clips and lots of other neat
stuff:
http://www.thebanmappingproject.com/

Cummings Cathleen wrote:

> This may be a little of our area, however my manager requested that
> I post an instructor's request for help in locating any electronic maps,
> websites, CD-Roms, or databases.
>
> They are mainly interested in maps depicting the ancient world with
> particular focus on information regarding religions practiced. Any other
> maps which contain anecdotal information about religous or philosophical
> movements in all time periods, or timelines of any sort would be welcomed
> as well.
>
> ~Cath
> Cathleen Cummings
> Media Resources Specialist
> Santa Rosa Junior College
>
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