Classical Languages & Literature
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Classical literature Epic poetry, Classical Greek language
Latin literature and criticism
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|Internet Resources for Classics||Extensive collection of electronic resources; well organized by type.|
|The American Classical League||Compilation of links to classic text repositories.|
|The Bryn Mawr Classical Review||publishes timely reviews of current scholarly work in the field of classical studies (including archaeology).|
|Classical Studies||a subject guide created by the University of Florida Library|
|Corinthian Matters||Corinthianmatters is devoted to the archaeological and historical research of the modern region of the Corinthia. Although the site is designed to promote the study of the history and archaeology of the city and territory of ancient Corinth, it gives spotty attention to the study of the broader modern Greek administrative unit of the Corinthia including Sikyonia, Cleonae, and the Nemea Valley.|
|Corpus Scriptorium Latinorum||classical texts and translations that range from antiquity to neo-Latinists active in the 18th century; includes reference works and other secondary resources such as commentaries, articles, and images.|
|is a digital model of the Roman Forum as created by the UCLA Cultural Virtual Reality Laboratory. This website provides free use and easy viewing of the digital model, as well as documentation for archeological evidence and the theories employed to create this model.|
|Library of Congress Classical and Medieval History Internet Resources||Comprehensive collection of Greek and Latin classics.|
|is an evolving digital library of resources for the study of the ancient world and beyond.|
|Pleiades: A Community-Built Gazetteer Group of Ancient Places||ancient world cartography with geospatial tools|
|Project Libellus (classical languages)||A library of classical Latin and Greek texts.|
|TOCS-IN: Journals of interest to Classicists||Search the tables of contents of over 150 journals.|
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