Online Resources for Ancient Greece and Rome

Archaeology's Interactive Digs  great information and pictures of world-wide archaeological digs. Includes information for those interested in working on a dig.

Oxyrynchos  official website of the Oxyrynchos excavation. Includes high-resolution images of papyri.

The Perseus Project Homepage:  the most reliable and complete resource available for the study of archeology, art, history and literature.   It includes all literary texts in both the original and translation, dictionaries, search capabilities, images from art and architecture.  Start here!

The Classics Pages:  Professor Andy Wilson's collection of links, resources, games, quizzes.  Fun and reliable.

Diotima.  Materials for the Study of Women and Gender in the Ancient World.

On-line Survey of Audio-Visual Resources for Classics. Created and maintained by Dr. Janice Siegel of the Intellectual Heritage Program at Temple University, this handy site helps teachers and students find a wide variety of audio-visual resources for classics instruction and learning. These include Websites, CD-ROMs, audio CDs, films, slides, lectures on video,
maps, posters, and transparencies, among others

Allen and Grenough Latin Grammar:  a reference grammar for Latin students available through the Perseus site.

Liddell-Scott-Jones Greek Lexicon :  a Greek-English dictionary available through the Perseus site.

Resources for Classicists: The Second Generation:  extensive collection of links to online databases, author-specific and other web pages, software, images, bibliographies, and electronic publications.

Myth of the Month: Nick Pontikis' fun, easy to read, and illustrated myths.

Classics Multimedia Paths in Text and Image:  great images that tell various classical stories.

Greek Language
(Handouts)   (greek Pronunciation)

Latin Language

McMasters University's Electronic Latin Exercises based on Wheelock