A Virtual Community for Teaching and Learning Classics
"...an on-line "place," modeled upon the ancient city of Rome, where students and instructors can interact live, hold courses and lectures, and share resources for the study of the ancient world...These extendible and customizable resources will include texts, commentaries, images, maps and other materials."
A wonderful resource and teaching tool.
An Analytic Bibliography of On-Line Neo-Latin Texts
"...an analytic bibliography of Latin texts, written during the Renaissance and later that are freely available to the general public on the Web (texts posted in access-restricted sites, and Web sites offering electronic texts and digitized photographic reproductions for sale, are not included). Only original sites on which texts are posted are listed here..."
By Dana F. Sutton, Dept. of Classics, University of California, Irvine
Latin Grammar Aid and Wordlist
The online dictionary contains about 15,600 words and the wordlist about 6,000
University of Notre Dame
Latin Teaching Materials
Includes the Acceleration Reader Series. "An experiment in Latin pedagogy."
By Claude Pavur, St. Louis University
"A free program which drills users on the basics of Latin grammar. "
Tools of the Trade for the Study of Roman Literature
An extensive bibliography, some hyperlinked
By Lowell Edmunds and Shirley Werner, Rutgers University
Perseus Project, The - (dead link)
An Evolving Digital Library
"Perseus is a continually growing digital library of resources for studying the ancient world. The library's materials include ancient texts and translations, philological tools, maps, extensively illustrated art catalogs, and secondary essays on topics like vase painting. A collaborative team from a number of academic institutions has worked together to amass Perseus materials. Over 70 museums have shared pictures of their art objects."
- Perseus Greek and Latin Vocabulary Tool - (dead link)
"The Perseus Vocabulary Tool is designed to allow users to explore the vocabulary of the Greek and Latin texts in the Perseus Digital Library. Using the Vocabulary Tool you can select a set of documents or document sections and then view a list of all of the words that appear in those texts."
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The Cicero Homepage
A brief page with selected texts, chronology, bibliography, images, and a biography.
Maintained by Andrew M. Riggsby, University of Texas, Austin, Classics
Internet Classics Archive
"Collection of 435 classical Greek and Latin texts, as well as select Chinese, Persian, and other classical works (all in English translation) by 50 different authors, with user-provided commentary and trivia sections."
Labyrinth Library: Latin Texts
"The Labyrinth is a global information network providing free, organized access to electronic resources in medieval studies through a World Wide Web server at Georgetown University."
Categories include Latin Bible, Liturgical Texts, Classical Greek Texts that Influenced Latin Traditions, Classical and Late Classical Latin Texts, Medieval Latin Texts, and much more.
Latin and Greek Authors on the Web
"The listings below provide links to substantial on-line resources for individual Latin and Greek authors. Most of the authors belong to the Greek and Roman classical antiquity, but some Christian, medieval and Neo-Latin writers were also included."
By Herman Lauvrys
The Ovid Project
Metamorphosing the Metamorphoses
"The University of Vermont's rare book department contains an extensive collection of illustrated works of Ovid. Included are several editions of engravings by the 17th century German artist, Johann Wilhelm Bauer, depicting 150 scenes from the Metamorphoses. Each scene has a brief description in both Latin and German. Some plates from a 1640 edition of the translation done by George Sandys are also available."
By Hope Greenberg, Humanities Computing Specialist, University of Vermont
Pronunciation of Biological Latin
Including Taxonomic Names of Plants and Animals
Peter Ommundsen, Selkirk College (Canada)
Resources for Greek and Latin Classics
Library of Congress
The Virgil Home Page
Sections include: Texts ; Readings ; Virgil Web Pages ; Background and Essays ; Other Internet Resources.
By Steven Hale, DeKalb College
The Vergil Project
"A collaborative enterprise dedicated to collecting, creating, and disseminating resources for teaching and research about Vergil. Its main goal is to develop an on-line, interactive hypertext database of all materials that might be of interest to any student of Vergil."
University of Pennsylvania
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