ACL Homepage presents an extensive list of
on-line academic resources for teaching Greek, Latin & classical cultures.
Neo-pagan revival of the religious life of
ancient Greek & Rome includes research on
festivals, the Pythagorean
pentacle, the Saturnalia,
Bibliography of on-line resources of classical
world enables searches by title & author or a
thesaurus. Bi-lingual website of Jurgen
Malitz posts results in German and English.
Daniel C. Stevenson's award-winning site
provides a collection of almost 400 texts by Greek & Roman authors in
classic ET (formatted for on-line searches & downloading). Sources of
particular significance for history of religion include Homer, Plato's
dialogues, Plotinus, Tacitus & Virgil. Works catalogued by author (site
operational but not maintained since 2000).
On-line lists of recent scholarly literature on
Studies & the Bible, Greco-Roman
Ceremony & Ritual, & parallels
between Hellenic, Semitic & Anatolian Cultures.
Dutch historian Jona Lendering's award
winning web of illustrated/hyper-linked articles on almost every
aspect of ancient history.
Tufts U's Classics Department's evolving
website on ancient Greece & now Rome is the most extensive
of classic texts (in Greek,
Scholarly tools include lexica,
articles introduce major authors (including
Over 33,000 images
include archaeological site plans & photos of coins, vases, architecture
Ambitious Oxford U site designed to put the
complete contents of the Egyptian papyri
on the internet. Numbered
of contents promises to give easy access to 80+ volumes containing
thousands of documents (but are not yet hyperlinked).
Homepage of Omphalos, an on-line clearinghouse
for Greco-Roman neo-pagan resources.
Mary Lefkowitz & Maureen Fant post texts
illustrating the social role of women in antiquity including a broad range of religious
contexts, such as the bacchanalia,
virgins, & the martyrdom
of the philosopher Hypatia.