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This educational website about ancient Troy is the result of a collaboration between the University of Cincinnati's CERHAS (Center for the Electronic Reconstruction of Historical and Archaeological Sites) and the Troia Projekt of the University of Tübingen, Germany. Major funding for this project has been provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Principal InvestigatorElizabeth H. Riorden Founder & Co-Director,
Troia Visualization ProjectPeter Jablonka
Director of Video and AnimationJose M. Kozan Web Design and AuthoringIan Monk, Micah Zender
Content CoordinatorCathryn J. Long Computer Modeling CoordinatorFerenc Traser
Computer Modeling, GermanyJordi Serangeli Educational ConsultantPatty McNerney
CERHAS Executive DirectorElizabeth Bartley
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Robert Fagels and Georges Borchardt, Inc., Literary Agency, are thanked for permission (fee paid) to use short quotations from The Iliad and The Odyssey of Homer translated by Robert Fagles.

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All images contained in this website, unless otherwise indicated, are copyright of the Troia Projekt and CERHAS. The following institutions are thanked for allowing the use of their images for this educational purpose:

The British Museum, London
The Metropolitan Museum, New York
The Society of Architectural Historians

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