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The Ideal Web Browser for Rome Exposed

While browsing through Rome Exposed, we strongly suggest you use Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher for maximum viewing quality. This page uses many of the new advanced technologies available today. However, due to compliance with HTML 4.01 standards, the page should still appear in a viewable state using any up to date web browser. To download Microsoft Internet Explorer, click here.

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The Rome Exposed Game

The Rome Exposed Game is a short yet challenging skill testing game. You will be asked twelve questions that attempt to answer. If you make an error you will be given another attempt at the previous question. It is recommended that you use Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0 or higher to play this game. However any other Javascript capable browser should be able to run the game successfully. Please click here to download Microsoft Internet Explorer.

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Rome Exposed Search Engine

Can't find the Roman Historical Information you are looking for? Use the Rome Exposed Search Engine feature on Rome Exposed. Click on Search on any of the Navigation Links and then type some keywords you wish to use. After typing the key words (words that describe what you're looking for, e.g. "Caesar"), click on submit, and the Search Engine will start a high-level search for web content to match your description.

When doing web searches, clicking 'New Window' on the File menu is a great way to keep your search results list active in one window while you navigate in another. Note that when you click the New Window command, the new window will be point to the same web page you were looking at in the old window. The new window also remembers where you've been, so the 'Back' and 'Forward' buttons will work just as they did in the old window.

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Rome Exposed Feedback Form

Our Rome Exposed Feedback Form is a way for all browsers to ask questions or to give comments on our page. To use the feedback form with Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape, simply fill-in all the fields and click Submit.

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