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  • The Amazons - Selections from articles, art, and archeological exploration on whether the Amazons existed.
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  • Ancient History Sourcebook: The Code of the Assura, c. 1075 BCE - Excerpts from ancient Assyrian law codes: multiple entries on women's duties and behavior.
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  • Diotima: Women and Gender in the Ancient World - Scholarly multi-disciplinary resource focused on women's history in the ancient world. Comprehensive original sources, bibliographies, links, search capability, essays.
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  • Florilegium: People in the Ancient World - Comprehensive biography of Cleopatra of Egypt; shorter bios of famous women of the ancient world including Zenobia, Fulvia, Julia Domna, Cornelia, Zenobia, among others. Bibliography, sources.
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  • Internet Women's History Sourcebook - The sourcebook provides extensive original source materials, discussion and links on the history of women in ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece and Rome, as well as women's history resources to the present.
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  • Midwives and Maternity Care in the Ancient World - Analysis of obstetrics,childbirth, folk medicine, neonatal care and midwifery in the Graeco-Roman world. From HELIOS.
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  • The New AmazoNation - Multi-faceted discussion of legendary Amazon women warriors, matriarchies, female divinities and priestesses in ancient history to present times.
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  • Women In The Ancient World - Series of articles dealing with the lives of women in ancient Greece, Rome, Israel, and Egypt.
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  • Women's Lives in Ancient Persia - Article outlining evidence of social history for women living in ancient Achaemenid times.
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  • Women's Lives in Mesopotamia - Discussion, analysis of Mesopotamian cuneiform tablets and artifacts to define women's lives in ancient Mesopotamia: from "Women in World History" curriculum.
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