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Sites on the Web Potentially Useful for Students of Classics

  1. Special Interest
  2. Metasites
  3. Topical Sites in Classics
  4. Authors
  5. Texts
  6. Dictionaries, Glossaries, and Research Tools
  7. Grammar and Rhetoric
  8. Greek and Roman Art and Archaeology
  9. Greek and Roman Mythology
  10. Latinitas
  11. Biblical Studies and Vulgate
  12. Medieval and Renaissance Studies
  13. Teaching
  14. Geography and Cartography
  15. Schools, Societies, and Centers
  16. Bibliographies
  17. Journals
  18. Latin Sites in Italian

A. Special Interest

  1. Bluegrass Ancient Studies Seminar
  2. Carolingian Canon Law project
  3. Kentucky Classics
  4. Kentucky Society, Archaeological Institute of America
  5. UK Libraries, Classical Study Guides

B. Metasites - featuring large scale compilations of digital resources

  1. Attalus: Greek and Roman history 320 - 61 B.C.
  2. Classical and Medieval History (Library of Congress Links)
  3. Classical Studies (Voice of the Shuttle)
  4. Classics Archive (MIT)
  5. Classics Pages (Andrew Wilson)
  6. Electronic Resources for Classicists: Second Generation
  7. Greek and Latin Language Resources
  8. Interactive Ancient Mediterranean
  9. Internet Resources for Classical Studies (WCSU)
  10. Latin Language and Literature (St. John's)
  11. Literary Resources: Classical and Biblical
  12. Livius: Articles on Ancient History
  13. Metasites: Internet Resources for Classical Studies
  14. Navicula Bacchi (German, Latin and Greek)
  15. Resources for Classical and Medieval Studies
  16. Stoa Consortium
  17. Useful and Enjoyable Latin Links
  18. VRoma

C. Topical Sites in Classics

  2. APGRD: Archive of Performance of Greek and Roman Drama (Oxford)
  3. De Imperatoribus Romanis: Encyclopedia of Roman Emperors
  4. Demos: Classical Athenian Democracy
  5. Diotima: Materials for the Study of Women and Gender in the Ancient World
  6. Roman Numismatic Gallery
  7. Skenotheke: Images of the Ancient Stage (John Porter)
  8. Suda On Line (SOL)

D. Authors

  1. St. Augustine: Confessions
  2. Bracton: De Legibus Et Consuetudinibus Angliae
  3. Catullus: the Poems (trans. Kline)
  4. Cicero Homepage
  5. Cicero, Seneca, etc.
  6. Erasmus: Enchiridion
  7. Erasmus Online, Erasmus Center for Early Modern Studies
  8. Erasmus: Selections (Gutenberg)
  9. Erasmus: Text Project (Univ. of the South)
  10. Erasmus potpourri (Adagia, Colloquia, etc.)
  11. Holberg, Niels Klim (1741)
  12. Horace, by T. Martin (Project Gutenberg, E-book)
  13. Horace, Odes (Conington)
  14. Horace, Selected Odes, and more (Gilleland)
  15. Lucian (Project Gutenberg)
  16. Ovid, Metamorphoses, tr. A. Kline
  17. Petrarca, De viris illustribus
  18. Petronius, Satyricon
  19. Pliny the Younger
  20. Propertius: Love Elegies (tr. Kline)
  21. Quintilian: Institutes of Oratory
  22. Sallust, Bellum Catilinae, Notes
  23. Tertullian Project http://www.tertullian. org/
  24. Vergil Project (upenn)

E. Texts

  1. British Library, Greek Manuscripts
  2. Camena: Latin Texts of Early Modern Europe
  3. Corpus Scriptorum Latinorum (
  4. Early Church Fathers
  5. Fathers of the Church (works, links)
  6. Hagiography by Thomas Head
  7. Internet Classics Archive (MIT)
  8. Intratext Digital Library: Lingua Latina
  9. ISNS Neoplatonism, Primary Sources Online
  10. ITALI: Renascentium Litterarum Libri Rariores
  11. Italian Poetry in Latin (13th-16th century)
  12. Labyrinth Latin Bookcase
  13. Latin Library
  14. Latino Vivo
  15. LATO: Library of Ancient Texts On-Line
  16. Library of Humanistic Texts (University of Birmingham)
  17. Loebolus, Loebs online
  18. (ebooks in Latin, free downloads)
  19. Monumenta Informatik
  20. Perseus Project (Perseus 4.0)
  21. Philological Museum
  22. 23. Classici Latini
  23. Books
  24. Theoi Classical E-Texts Library

F. Dictionaries, Glossaries, and Research Tools

  1. L'Annee Journal Abbreviations
  2. Archimedes Project Dictionary Access
  3. Aufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt - Contents (via Institute for the Classical Tradition)
  4. Aufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt - Search Engine (via VRoma)
  5. Diccionario Auxiliar Español-Latino, Jose Juan Del Col
  6. Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography (Smith,1854)
  7. Dictionary of Roman and Greek Antiquities, Anthony Rich (1873)
  8. Dizionario di Abbreviature Latini ed Italiani (Cappelli)
  9. English-Latin-Greek Word Search (Perseus Project)
  10. Glossa: a Latin dictionary (Clint Hagen, a3w Technology)
  11. Hypertext Medieval Glossary
  12. Lexicon Latinitatis (Vatican) [Italian/Latin]
  13. Lewis and Short Online (Perseus Project)
  14. Liddell, Scott, Jones Online (Perseus Project)
  15. Lynn Nelson's Dictionary (Hong Kong)
  16. Neolatin Wordlist, Johann Remminger
  17. New Classical Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography, Mythology, and Geography (Smith, 1851)
  18. Notre Dame Archives: Latin Dictionary
  19. Orbis Latinus online (Latin place names)
  20. Pollux: Archimedes Project Dictionaries
  21. Saxo Grammaticus (Medieval Latin)
  22. Smith and Hall (English-Latin)
  23. Word List for Petronius

G. Grammar and Rhetoric

  1. Bennett, New Latin Grammar (e-book, Project Gutenberg)
  2. Chase, A Latin Grammar (1882)
  3. Grandgent, Introduction to Vulgar Latin (e-book)
  4. Notre Dame Archives: Grammar
  5. Silva Rhetoricae

H. Greek and Roman Art and Archaeology

  1. Beazley Archive: Classical Art Research Centre
  2. Diotima: Art Collections
  3. Glossary of Medieval Art and Architecture
  4. Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History (Metropolitan Museum of Art)
  5. Maecenas: Images of Ancient Greece and Rome
  6. Museum of Cycladic Art
  7. National Archaeological Museum, Exhibits
  8. Perseus: Art and Archaeology
  9. Plan of Ancient Rome
  10. Prehistoric Archaeology of the Aegean (Dartmouth)
  11. Sites & Photos: Archaeology, Architecture, Art
  12. Web Gallery of Art

I. Greek and Roman Mythology

  1. Classical Myth: The Ancient Sources (Univ. of Victoria)
  2. Encyclopedia Mythica
  3. Greek Mythology Page (Carlos Parada)
  4. Theoi Guide to Greek Mythology

J. Latinitas

  1. Cultural Heritage Language Technologies:  Institute for Latin Studies Colloquia Collection
  2. Database of Nordic Neo-Latin Literature
  3. Latinitas in tela totius terrae
  4. Lingua Latina Aeterna (Russian, Ukrainian, English)
  5. Nuntii Latini ab Radiophonia Bremensi
  6. Radiophonia Finnica Generalis
  7. Vox Latina

K. Biblical Studies and Vulgate

  1. Bible Research: Internet Resources for Students of Scripture
  2. British Library: Sacred Texts
  3. Christian Apocrypha and Early Christian Literature
  4. liDouay-Rheims/Latin Vulgate Bible
  5. Douay-Rheims translation of Vulgate
  6. Greek Texts On-Line
  7. Jerome's Latin Vulgate (405 AD)
  8. Lexington Theological Seminary, library
  9. Migne Patrologia Latina,_Migne,_Patrologia_Latina_01._Rerum_Conspectus_Pro_Tomis_Ordinatus,_MLT.html#Migne
  10. Nova Vulgata
  11. Vulgate (ed. St. Jerome) on Perseus;layout=;loc=Genesis%201.1;query=toc

L. Medieval and Renaissance Studies

  1. Byzantine & Medieval Studies Sites
  2. Catalogue of Digitalized Medieval Manuscripts (UCLA)
  3. Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
  4. Dizionario di Abbreviature Latini ed Italiani (Cappelli)
  5. Internet Medieval Sourcebook
  6. Labyrinth: Resources for Medieval Studies
  7. Medieval Christianity and Ecclesiastical Sources
  8. Monastic Matrix
  9. Mostly Medieval
  10. Netserf: Internet Connection for Medieval Resources
  11. Newberry Library Center for Renaissance Studies
  12. Dag Norberg, Medieval Latin (trans. R. H. Johnson)
  13. The Orb: Medieval Studies
  14. Poetae Latini aevi Carolini, Duemmler (1881)

M. Teaching

  1. Classical Language Instruction Project (Latin and Greek pronunciation)
  2. Drills for Oxford Latin (by chapter)
  3. portal
  4. Latin for the New Millennium: Support for Teachers and Students
  5. Latin, The Origin of Words
  6. Numen: The Latin Lexicon
  7. Teaching Classical Languages
  8. Textkit: Greek and Latin Learning Tools
  9. Vocabulary for Orberg's Lingua Latina I & II

N.  Geography and Cartography

1.  Ancient World Mapping Center
2.  Atlas of Ancient and Classical Geography (Butler)
3.  David Ramsey Map Collection
4.  Digital Atlas of Roman and Medieval Civilizations

5.  Historical and Blank Maps (d-maps)

O. Schools, Societies, & Centers

  1. Academia Latinitati Fovendae (ALF)
  2. American Classical League
  3. American Philological Association
  4. Archaeological Institute of America
  5. Centre for the Study of Ancient Documents (CSAD)
  6. Centro di Conservazione Archeologica
  7. Classical Association of the Empire State
  8. Classical Association of the Middle West and South
  9. Committee for the Promotion of Latin
  10. Institute for the Classical Tradition (Boston University)
  11. Latinitas Foundation
  12. Institute for the Study of the Ancient World
  13. Marco Institute, University of Tennessee
  14. San Gemini Preservation Studies: International Institute for Restoration and Preservation Studies
  15. Scholarly Societies Project: Classical Studies
  16. Society for the Oral Reading of Greek and Latin Literature (SORGLL)
  17. Society of Ancient Military Historians
  18. Texas Classical Association
  19. The Vergilian Society

P. Bibliographies

  1. Analytical Bibliography of On-Line Neo-Latin Titles (University of Birmingham)
  2. Bibliographia Latina Selecta (M. van der Poel)
  3. Bibliographical Aid to the Study of Renaissance Latin Texts (M. van der Poel)
  4. Medieval Latin: An Introductory Bibliography
  5. Vergil, Bibliographic Guide to the Aeneid

Q. Journals

  1. Bryn Mawr Classical Review
  2. Didaskalia: Ancient Theater
  3. TCL, Teaching Classical Languages

R. Latin Sites in Italian

  1. Accademia Vivarium Novum
  2. Archivio della Latinità Italiana del Medioevo
  3. Biblioteca dei Classici Italiani
  4. Dizionario della Lingua Italiana (Tommaseo)
  5. Dizionario Etimologico Online
  6. Rassegna degli Strumenti Informatici per lo Studio dell'Antichità Classica
  7. Splash Latino
  8. University of Bologna: Fonti Letterarie