On this page you will find links to a variety of Classics oriented resources available on the general web.
The Course of Empire - Consumation by Thomas Cole
Electronic Resources for Classicists
Large directory of resources for classicists including bibliographic databases, and e-journals.
The Getty Museum
The J. Getty Museum California has a collection of Greek and Roman art.
Internet History Sourcebooks
Resource for the Ancient Mediterranean and Near East.
Library of Congress Research Page
An annotated list of reference sites on the web.
Metropolitan Museum of Art
A collection of Greek and Roman art.
Princeton/Stanford Working Papers in Classics
A collaborative project of the Classics Department of Princeton University and the Classics Department of Stanford University to make the results of current research undertaken by members of Princeton and Stanford Universities in the field of classics available in advance of final publication.
Theoi Greek Mythology
Also known as the Theoi Project, a site exploring Greek mythology and the gods in classical literature and art. Created and edited by Aaron J. Atsma, New Zealand.
Thesaurus Lingua Graecae
A searchable database of Greek authors and works.
Voice of the Shuttle : Classical Studies Collection
A large index of links to various classical resources from the University of California at Santa Barbara.
The Loeb Classical Library
The Full Range of Greek and Roman works containing the texts in both the original language and in translation on the opposite page. The entire collection is available in the Niederhoffer Lounge.
For a trial period the digital version of the collection is available! Click this Link to find out more!
King Leonidas of Sparta
Ancient World Online (AWOL)
Courtesy of Charles Ellwood Jones, Librarian at the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World at NYU.
Bestiaria Latina Blog
Blog of Laura Gibbs, an instructor at the University of Oklahoma
Joint Library of the Hellenic & Roman Societies / Institute of Classical Studies Library
The Library is maintained jointly with the Societies for the Promotion of Hellenic and Roman Studies and in association with the Institute of Classical Studies (University of London).
A blog about Ancient Greece and Rome
An online magazine about the Roman Empire and the civilizations that interacted with it or contributed to the development of its culture.