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Please note: Greek words may be transliterated into English in different ways. If you do not find the name you want, try replacing 'c' with 'k', 'y' with 'u', 'e' or 'ei' with 'i', 'u' with 'o', final 'm' with 'n', and final 'n' with nothing. See Useful tips on reading Greek names in English. Also see brief How Do You Spell...?
Most of the references in this glossary are to short identifications, but some are to articles. The primary emphasis of this site is the customary one, the classical world, i.e., Greece and Rome.
Certain topics on this site have enough terms to warrant their own separate indexes. See the following growing, specialized glossaries/indexes:
- Celtic Gods
- Early Christianity Glossary
- Egypt Glossary
- Famous Ancient Romans
- Famous Men and Women Index
- Gods and Goddesses Index
- Iliad Names and Places
- Norse Mythology Glossary
- Marcus Aurelius Meditations Glossary
- Odyssey Names and Places
- Qumran Glossary
- Roman People
- Rome Glossary
- Terms for Greek Tragedy
- People to Know From the Trojan War Index
- Who's Who In Greek Legend
There is also an A to Z Condensed Index of this site.
This site deals with ancient history, from roughly the beginning of time until the Fall of Rome in A.D. 476. For all practical purposes, however, it covers only the era of written history. For more ancient artifacts, you're better off seeking information from the Archaeology Site.