|Classics Studies Specific Resource Links Below|
Set up for both research and text reading. There are Greek and Latin texts with explanatory notes. Reference works are available for research needs. Includes images, video and audio resources as well.
A great collection of Latin texts that are in the public domain. It also archived quality information downloaded from sites that have since disappeared and are no longer available. While not a good source for research it is a good source for reading and practicing Latin language skills. Note that no translations are available on the site.
Unique in that it presents Latin or Greek texts on the left side and on the right side, a "fairly literal" translation of those texts. It is edited byJeffrey Henderson, a renowned professor of Greek Language and Literature at Boston University.
This is the classical studies portion of the Oxford Reference Database.
"Our coverage comprises authoritative, highly accessible information on the very latest terminology, concepts, theories, techniques, people, and organizations relating to all areas of classical studies—from philology, archaeology, and art history, to philosophy, theology, history, and literature."
A project of Tufts University, The Perseus Project was primarily founded to present materials for the study of ancient Greece. It evolved to include Greco-Roman classics and the English Rennaisance.