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Anonymous

I am trying to put together a list of all online bulletin-boards, discussion groups and email lists relating specifically to ancient Rome. The link below leads to the preliminary listing, which, I think, includes all the major groups and a number of the smaller ones. If anyone has any additions, corrections or comments, please let me know. I am especially interested in finding the major groups using languages other than English.<br>
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Roman Studies Email Lists:<br>
members.tripod.com/~HAubu...lists.html<br>
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Regards,<br>
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John Hartwell <p></p><i></i>
That's a good reference list! Great idea. What about webrings? And though I dont' use them, are there any Usenet etc discussions out there? <p></p><i></i>

Anonymous

Good Idea John...what about adding that new live chat that came up, and is hosted by Legio XXI? Does that count?Or maybe wait to see if RAT will eventually host its own...i dunno... <p>Tiberius Lantanius Magnus<BR>
CO/Optio,<BR>
Legio XXX "Ulpia Victrix"<BR>
(Matt)</p><i></i>
Ahum, Matt, the chat is already hosted on a testpage for the new RA.com site and will be included in the definitive version.<br>
home01.wxs.nl/~oorth048/ <p>Greets<BR>
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Jasper</p><i></i>
There are some more Latin / classical related lists here:<br>
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www.ravendays.org/latin/aspergonem.html <p>Richard Campbell, Legio XX.
http://www.geocities.com/richsc53/studies/
ICQ 940236
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