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Classics Studies Web is designed to provide access to scholarly resources in Classics Studies. The geographical coverage includes the Mediterranean (particularly Greece and Rome) during the Classical and Hellenistic periods. The resources organized here have undergone a selection and evaluation process. If needed, annotations have been provided augmenting the research value of these resources to scholars.


Guides/Subject Indices

Jacques Poucet's comprehensive bibliographic guide to the discipline.
A well-organized collection of Internet resouces by the publisher of Pomoerium.
Maria Pantelia's comprehensive list with excellent annotations.
A comprehensive collection of Classics resources.
A good compilation of different types of resources, including literary, papyrological, archaeological, and epigraphical. The annotations are in Italian.
A major source of databases and bibliographies.
Includes links to Art & Archaeology, History and Culture, Mythology, Philosophy, Language and Literature resources, among others.

Electronic Databases

The major multi-media database of text and images.
Focuses on performances of Greek plays in the original and in adaptations - with influences of Greek texts, images and myths on English poetry.


L'Année Philologique is the principal bibliographic tool for Classics.
This online version contains the volumes from 1949 to 2005.
It is subject to IP address verification.
Index of material on the rise and fall of the Roman world.
Jacques Poucet's comprehensive bibliographic guide to the discipline.
A bibliography of classical bibliographies, with a searchable interface.
Includes a selection from the 2007 CD-ROM, emphasizing 2005 to the present.
Also has some epigraphical material.
The tables of contents of over 150 journals of interest to classicists extending back to 1992.

Authors and Topics


Electronic Texts

A searchable catalog with links to the texts, including a number of Latin works.
Includes the Latin Vulgate and other Bibles, Liturgical texts and Classical Greek and Latin texts mostly in translations.
A collection of Classical, Medieval, and Neo-Latin texts presented as bitmap images.
A rich collection of Latin texts including medieval, NeoLatin, and ecclesiastic.
A collaborative project aiming to create a digital library of all Latin literature. Currently it is mainly a catalogue of available Latin texts on the internet.
The largest repository of ancient history texts on the Web.
A searchable archive of 441 Greek and Roman texts in English translation. The list of texts may be searched by author, title, date or translator, and the works themselves are searchable by word or phrase.
WWW Server Contains the Justinian code as hypertext and Medieval commentaries, plus links to sources of Classical texts.
This contains mostly medieval texts, but includes a few classical texts as well via Berkeley's Sunsite.
Includes some Sappho, Cicero, Longinus, Empedocles with more to come.
The most complete collection of Greek and Roman texts, with morphological links and commentaries.
"... the Internet's largest provider of free and fully downloadable Greek and Latin grammars and readers."

Electronic Journals

Other Resources

Includes course materials, bibliographies, images, etc.
A gateway to Classics and Medieval Studies at Harvard University and beyond.
"...found in the imprints of books printed before 1801 and their vernacular equivalents in AACR2 (Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules) form".

Page maintained by Blake Landor who also maintains a Classics Collections Page at the University of Florida Libraries.

The Classics Studies Web is one part of the Western European Studies Section Web of resources for Western European studies.


We would like to thank the libraries of Brigham Young University and University of Florida
for providing assistance and computing resources that make this national endeavor possible.


These web pages do not necessarily represent the views of the participating libraries nor of their sponsoring institutions.
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