NOTE!! ROMARCH has a revised URL:
Redirection will be automatic on Dec. 1, and will continue for a limited
The ROMARCH home page is the original crossroads for Web resources on
the art and archaeology of Italy and the Roman provinces, ca. 1000 BC - AD 700. ROMARCH is an Internet discussion group
sponsored by the Dept. of Classics and the
Interdept. Program in Classical Art and Archaeology (IPCAA) at the
University of Michigan.
The original ROMARCH site is at the University of
Michigan. MIRRORS are available at:
Thanks go to Prof. Richard Green and Dr. John Peterson for sponsoring these mirrors.
These pages contain the ROMARCH archives (including collected threads of
discussions, conference, job and fieldwork announcements), notices of recent discoveries in the (forthcoming) ACTA TEMPESTIVA,
and more than 230 primary and 90 secondary links to Internet resources (a
clickable map and geographic list). Best used with Netscape 1.1.
ROMARCH is partnered with a discussion list and homepage for Greek art and archaeology called GREEKARCH, run by John Muccigrosso. These lists cover the greater Mediterranean area from ca. 1000 BC - AD 700, and have more than 550 subscribers world-wide.
To subscribe to these lists, send one of the following messages to:
- ROMARCH: 'subscribe romarch'
- GREEKARCH: 'subscribe greekarch'
- Both lists (GROMARCH): 'subscribe gromarch' See More Details
Subscribers to GROMARCH will be able to post to, and receive from, either or both lists, but will only receive 1 copy (not 2) of messages sent to both lists. Be sure to unsubscribe from ROMARCH when you sign up for GROMARCH to avoid duplicate messages.
Sections with items recently added (on a weekly basis) to ROMARCH
will be marked by:
ROMARCH does not provide links to commercial sites that traffic in
ancient art or artifacts.
ACTA TEMPESTIVA: Recent discoveries in Roman art and archaeology (forthcoming; click here to see how you can publish a note in the ACTA)|
ROMARCH THREADS: Bibliographies/Discussions/Announcements|
|2.||ITALIA [incl. Sicilia,
Sardinia, Corsica & Malta]|
RAETIA, NORICUM & THULE|
MOESIA & DACIA [The Balkans]|
|8.||GRAECIA & THRACIA [incl.
|9.||ASIA (MINOR) [incl.
SYRIA, JUDAEA, ARABIA|
|12.||AFRICA [incl. Mauretania,
Numidia, Tripolitania &
ROMARCH has 4 stars (highest rating) on the McKinley Internet Directory (see the review).
This home page is maintained by Dr. Pedar W. Foss at the University of
Michigan, on a server provided by the University. Logos, map and format
copyright 1995, P. W. Foss. If you have comments, questions, or wish to register a
link to a Roman resource, please contact me directly (with the URL) at
my mailbox/curriculum vitae page: email@example.com
Please feel free to install
ROMARCH from other pages; you may download this icon for that
ROMARCH home page Date of Birth: 4/27/95; Last updated: 11/17/95
for the ROMARCH pages [since birth, there have been
29,306 external hits on the
ROMARCH pages from 50 nations
(updated ca. monthly, last 11/1/95)].
HELLENISTIC AND ROMAN ARCHITECTURE course materials