(Photo by Leo C. Curran from the Maecenas site)
Sites that afford access to online texts and research opportunities
with a Classics focus.
Research resources in language
and literature: A selection of sites that facilitate investigation into
areas of research in Classics and other languages as well.
Texts, Translations and Homepages: Resources for
accessing Latin texts and Greek and Latin translations. Includes homepage sites
for Cicero, Vergil, Augustine and Apollonius Rhodius as well as other sites
devoted to both Ancient
and Medieval Latin Literature. Also provides access to Dale Grote's guide
to the fourth edition of Wheelock's Latin Grammar.
The Perseus Project: The premier
interdisciplinary site for research into all aspects of Ancient Greece. Includes
lexica,teaching resources, and a wealth of images.
- Atrium: A site devoted to the
Ancient World with daily updates and listings of events.
- On-line Survey of Audio-Visual Resources for Classics: From Janice Siegal
at Temple University.
Roman Sites: A comprehensive collection of websites devoted to all aspects
of the Roman World.
- LATINTEACH: The homepage of the
email group of the same name features much information and many links about about Latin
language and peadagogy.
Resources in Latin: From the University of Kentucky.
Note as well:
The Romulus Project: An
electronic library of Latin Literature with virtual commentary.
- Neo-Latin Sites:
Latina: A site devoted to Latin -- in Latin. Placetne tibi Lingua
Ancient Manuscripts: From Brown University, a storehouse of information on
paleography, transmission, textual criticism and more.
Petit lexique de l'agriculture medievale: In French, this site is devoted
to agricultural and related terminology from Medieval times. Includes
Classical terms as well.
Latini: News in Latin from Radio Finland.
Latin: Information on an upcoming immersion workshop in spoken Latin.
Greek: The WWW
site for UC Davis Greek courses.
Hellas Homepage: The
Hellas Homepage is devoted to providing information about Greece and Greek
Oral Tradition: From the
University of Missouri.
Repositories of Classical
Texts or Publications: Classics FTP's, gophers, etc.
- University of Oxford early printed
Books Project: The Early Printed Books Project had its beginnings in an
initiative in 1929 to create a union catalogue of pre-1641 books in Oxford.
Productions: The WWW sire for the travelling theatrical company
specializing in Classical material.