Very useful site created by Kevin T. Glowacki of Indiana University mainly as a photographic archive, but including much useful commentary as well.
Web-site of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens, who have been responsible for excavating the Agora for many decades now.
A computerized architectural and topographical survey of the Roman colony of Corinth by a team at UPenn. Includes many useful links.
More ancient sources in translation; useful collections of photos of Latin inscriptions and theatres inter alia; a few old secondary works on ancient Rome.
So far offers a full exhibit on the Propylaea and the first phases of a project on the Temple of Athena Nike.
A truly excellent site created by a team of professional archaeologists. Includes Photos, plans, reconstructions, texts and inscriptions, as well as much interpretive material to help orient yourself to the site.
A wealth of information relevant to our subject: Ancient texts and translations, extensive photo archives of an impressive range of sites, and plenty of secondary material. Get to know this site as soon as possible.
An ongoing National Endowment for the Humanities and University of Virginia project. The site so far provides photographs and plans of the forum at Pompeii, focusing in particular on the buildings running down the east side.
'A Consortium for Electronic Publication in the Humanities', with links to many projects of interest, e.g. Pompeian Households.
Photo gallery and 3-D model of this most famous Greek theatre, accompanied by a basic historical commentary.