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Digital Library Collections By Subject: Greek-Roman
See also Literature: General Works,
and literature time periods..
Analytic Bibliography of On-Line Neo-Latin Texts (Dana F. Sutton,
Professor of Classics, University of California, Irvine). As of January 2001,
lists close to 600 online texts by author.
- Aquae Urbis Romae:
The Waters of the City of Rome. Katherine Wentworth Rinne. Charlottesville,
Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities,
University of Virginia. A contemporary study of the aqueduct and water system
of Rome, this site includes some HTML transcriptions of Roman and other
documents, along with other media on the topic. Date added: 2002-09-08.
- Argos: Limited Area Search of
the Ancient and Medieval Internet. Hosted by the University of Evansville
(Evansville, Indiana, USA)
Established in 1996, this is a peer-reviewed guide and search engine to pre-Renaissance
Internet/Web resources. Date added: 2002-09-08.
Mythlogy: The Age of Fable or Stories of Gods and Heroes by Thomas
Bulfinch (Bob Fisher). Hyperlinked edition of this classic work by the American
author Thomas Bulfinch. Site includes links to original Greek and Roman
Chicago Homer. Ahuvia Kahane and
Martin Mueller, editors. Chicago: Northwestern University. Summary: " The Chicago
Homer is a multilingual database that uses the search and display capabilities
of electronic texts to make the distinctive features of Early Greek epic
accessible to readers with and without Greek. In addition to all the texts of
ancient Greek epic in the original Greek the Chicago Homer includes English and
German translations, in particular Lattimore's translation of the Iliad,
Daryl Hine's translations of Hesiod and the Homeric Hymns, and the German
translations of the Iliad and Odyssey by Johan Heinrich Voss.
Through the associated web site Eumaios users of the Chicago Homer can also from
each line of the poem access pertinent Iliad Scholia and papyrus readings."
Date accessed: 2003-08-04. Date added: 2003-08-04.
Myth: The Ancient Sources (Laurel Bowman hosted by Department of Greek and
Roman Studies, University of Victoria).
- The Classics Page at Ad Fontes Academy.
Fairfax Station, VA: Ad Fontes Academy. Subject gateway to classics resources
on the Internet as well as links to a large number of HTML transcriptions
by many contributors of primary texts (secular and religious) by authors
writing in Latin. See also: The
Latin Library. Date updated: 2002-09-08.
- Electronic Resources for Classicists: The Second Generation. Created and maintained by Maria C. Pantelia. Irvine, CA: University of California, Irvine. Contains annotated links to e-text archives and electronic publications. Date accessed: 2005-02-13. Date added: 2005-02-13.
- The Internet Classics Archive
(Daniel C. Stevenson). Established in 1994 with a primary focus on Graeco-Roman
literature. Over 400 works by nearly 60 authors are represented. Site-search
engine. Due to a computer failure, some features are not working as of January
Katalog der Internetressourcen für die Klassische Philologie aus
Erlangen. Compiled by Ulrich Schmitzer.
Nuremberg, Germany: Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg.
Subject gateway in German to primary texts and background resource
materials relating to classical Greece and Rome.
- Kosmopolis Digital Collection. Rio Patras, Greece: Library & Information Service, University of Patras, 2004-. Unilingual interface: Greek. Search or browse through Greek language periodicals published from mid-19th to start of the 20th century. Date accessed: 2004-10-30. Date added: 2004-10-30.
longinquus (the distant reader): Latin Texts at the Center for Electronic
Texts in the Humanities/SCC (Rutgers University). Searchable/browsable
collection of important works by Roman and others who wrote in Latin.
- The Online Medieval and Classical
Library (Formerly managed by Douglas B. Killings hosted by Berkeley
Digital SunSITE). Includes Graeco-Roman works.
- The Perseus Digital
Library (Gregory Crane, Editor in Chief, Tufts University) provides access
to ancient Greek and Roman texts, Renaissance materials, and links to other
- Project Libellus. Compiled by Konrad Schroder and Owen Ewald. Seattle, WA: University of Washington. Date accessed: 2005-06-19. Date added: 2005-06-19.
- Rassegna degli Strumenti Informatici per lo Studio
dell'Antichità Classica. By Alessandro Cristofori. Subject guide to classicial
Greek and Roman resources on the Internet. For electronic texts select the
Biblioteche elettroniche link.
- Romarch: Roman
Art and Archaeology. Compiled by Pedar W. Foss. Greencastle, IN: DePauw
University. Subject gateway to classical Roman art and archaeological resources
on the Internet, including primary texts listed under History, Latin Literature,
- Thesaurus Linguae Graecae: A Digital Library of Greek Literature. Irvine, CA: University of California, Irvine. Summary: " Founded in 1972 the TLG has already collected and digitized most literary texts written in Greek from Homer to the fall of Byzantium in AD 1453. Its goal is to create a comprehensive digital library of Greek literature from antiquity to the present era. ... Since 1985, the TLG® Digital Library has been disseminated in CD ROM format. ... In April 2001, the TLG® became available Online to subscribing institutions and individuals. The web version currently provides access to 3,700 authors and 12,000 works, approximately 91 million words. It is updated quarterly with new authors and works. Information about the authors and works included in the TLG Library is stored in a database, known as the Canon of Greek Authors and Works. The full Canon is open to the public and can be searched on this site. Non-subscribers can access an abridged/trial version of the TLG® corpus (click on Try out the Online TLG®). The abridged version has the same search capabilities as the full version but allows browsing and searching with a representative selection of texts." Date accessed: 2005-02-13. Date added: 2005-02-13.
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