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Educators with a passion for all things Roman have two opportunities to steep themselves in the land of antiquities, courtesy of Google.
Enter the Rome Reborn Project. Sponsored by Google Earth, the application lets you view a three-dimensional re-creation of the streets of Rome (above) and 6,700 buildings that stood during the days of Constantine, specifically on June 21, A.D. 320.
Considered the founder of the Byzantine Empire, Constantine was also known as the first Christian Roman Emperor and is credited with bringing religious tolerance to Rome. This fact is evident in Rome Reborn, where educators can find the Temple of …