Sites of Interest
The following is a listing of interesting, unusual or impressive
sites that deal with the epoch of human history in which Antinous
and Hadrian lived their lives. There's much to explore here,
and many places to get lost. If you know of any other websites,
or would like us to consider adding yours, please contact
Oracle of Apollo online is a tribute to the wisdom of the
Saylor is a novelist who creates epic historical fiction
in the world of ancient Rome.
Lens of Antinoos is a very thorough collection of most (if
not all!) web-based Antinous resources. An excellent starting
point to appreciate the breadth and scope of works -- both artistic
and scholarly -- created in his name.
Spaces is a fascinating site from the University of British
Columbia that is using 3D computer graphics to reconstruct various
places from the Ancient world.
of Rome seeks to recreate the entire ancient city using
both 2D art and 3D physical reconstructions.
Imperatoribus Romanis is "an online encyclopedia
of roman rulers and their families." It contains an extensive
and ever-expanding collection of resources, including the
page on Hadrian.
Adriana is an informative and well-researched website in
both Italian and English that explores in detail the art, architecture,
and geography of Hadrian's Villa in Tivoli.
is a fantastic site that bills itself as "the 200mb Roman
Mega-source." And who can argue with that?
is an online resource with information concerning the history
of the ancient Roman army, illustrated by original, compelling
and accurate visuals on the subject. In addition, the site presents
general articles which can guide visitors toward more detailed
scholarly resources. There are also numerous archaeological
illustrations of Roman artefacts, as well as historically accurate
Museum, available in several languages, is attempting to
build a comprehensive list of the art that was created in the
image of Antinous.
is a sprawling and impressive organization dedicated to the
study and restoration of ancient Roman culture. Its website
is wiki-based, making it completely interactive for any citizen
who wishes to join. They have even begun minting their own currency...
Worlds - The Roman World is an online community for lovers
of ancient history. It is free for many features and activities,
such as reading and posting on the discussion boards as well
as touring member Homesites. Extended features are available
for a monthly or annual subscription.