Friday, December 12, 2008

Wow

Have you seen the virtual online tour of Rome, ca. A.D. 320? If not, here's a short introduction to the site.

6 Comments:

Blogger Dr. Claude Mariottini said...

Milton,

Google has done a great job in giving us a great view of ancient Rome.

Claude Mariottini

5:48 PM, December 13, 2008  
Blogger NaNcY said...

that is sure quite a bit of stuff that's not around anymore. i mean that they show it to look much fancier than i ever imagined.

it looks strange with no people, animals, dirt, trees...you know, life. but, it is still interesting to see how the buildings that made up this city might have looked.

7:36 PM, December 14, 2008  
Blogger Bob said...

since I've been studying this period in my own reading, this comes at a very opportune time. Thanks for the tip.

6:58 AM, December 15, 2008  
Blogger Milton Stanley said...

Claude,

They sure have. Thanks for alerting your blog readers and mine to this amazing resource.

Peace,

Milton

12:34 PM, December 15, 2008  
Blogger Milton Stanley said...

I agree, Nancy, that it would be nice to have something besides buildings. But it is a step-up from the ruins there now. Peace.

12:35 PM, December 15, 2008  
Blogger Milton Stanley said...

Glad you found it helpful, Bob. Peace.

12:35 PM, December 15, 2008  

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