ACL Homepage presents an extensive list of
on-line academic resources for teaching Greek, Latin & classical cultures.
Web page designed by Suzanne Bonefas posts
sources for the
myth of Asklepius, cult
hymns, reports of miraculous
cures & links to virtual tours of
shrines at Epidauros
Neo-pagan revival of the religious life of
ancient Greek & Rome includes research on seasonal
festivals, the Pythagorean
pentacle, the Saturnalia,
Bibliography of on-line resources of classical
world enables searches by title & author or a downloadable
thesaurus. Bi-lingual website of Jurgen
Malitz posts assorted messages in either German or English.
Multimedia on-line atlas provides high quality
of the ancient Mediterranean & pages of images & information on
important places (Dept of Classics, U of North Carolina).
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.
Features a Latin
Library with attractive e-editions of
original Latin texts (without translation) by authors from Apuleius
& links to major WWW classics resources.
Ora Zehavi provides an extensive on-line
exhibit depicting the Olympians in coins, paintings & sculpture from 600
bce to the present.
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,
analyses. Annotated encyclopedia
articles introduce major authors (including Hesiod,
Over 33,000 images
include archaeological site plans & photos of coins, vases, architecture
& (soon) sculpture.
Ambitious Oxford U site designed to put the
complete contents of the Egyptian papyri
on the internet. Numbered Table
of contents will give easy access to
80+ volumes containing thousands of documents (NT texts not yet hyper-linked).
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.