Skip Navigation
FREE: Federal Resources for Educational Excellence - Teaching and Learning Resources From Federal Agencies
RSS



Home
Subject Map
Go
World Studies
Countries & Continents
Africa (32)
Arctic, Antarctica (13)
Other Countries & Continents (22)
Foreign Languages (13)
World History
China (11)
Europe (25)
Russia, Soviet Union (10)
Other World History (31)
Other World Studies (21)
 
What's New
Calendar

World Studies » World History » Europe

See All 25 Resources
'Mitchell's Map of the United States.' Philadelphia: S. Augustus Mitchell, 1835. Newberry Library call number: H6083.58.

Historic Maps in K-12 Classrooms offers lesson plans built around historically important maps on 18 topics: Columbus's...

An image of the Hagia Sophia, the cathedral of the Byzantine Empire in Constantinople, (present day Istanbul).

World History Matters offers guides and strategies for analyzing images, maps, newspapers, and other primary...

On the Discord between Jerome and Augustine, Settled Using Dicta of the Sibyls and of all the Gentiles, both Prophets and Ancient Poets who Prophesied Concerning Christ

Rome Reborn: The Vatican Library and Renaissance Culture is an exhibition of artifacts and scholarly descriptions of the great libraries of the...

Great Sphinx of Giza is a large half-human Sphinx statue in Egypt, on the Giza Plateau at the west bank of the Nile River, near modern-day Cairo

Country Studies/Area Handbooks presents a description and analysis of the historical setting and the social, economic...


Endowment for Humanities

Endowment for Humanities

Library of Congress

Library of Congress
  See All 25 Europe Resources  

    About FREE      Privacy     Security     Disclaimer     WhiteHouse.gov     USA.gov   ED.gov