Course Materials

  • Jeremy Rutter's Aegean Prehistory Course from Dartmouth College, offers 29 complete lessons/lectures on Aegean prehistory together with extensive bibliographical information and a glossary.

  • Classical Myth: The Ancient sources is a site designed by Laurel Bowman, University of Victoria, for the use of her Greek and Roman Mythology students. The site includes links to images and texts organized by god, bibliographies, links to other myth resources and a reference list with attributes or motifs for each god.

  • Classics Technology Center is a repository of practical educational materials, systems, and applications by individuals and organizations involved in the Classics community. This site is provided by Classical Technology Systems, Inc. (CTS), a division of AbleMedia, headed by Wendy E. Owens, known to many Classicists from her work with the Perseus Project and The New England Classical Institute at Tufts University.

  • Donald J. Mastronarde's Ancient Greek Tutorials site offers tutorials suitable for anyone beginning the study of ancient Greek. The site offers drills to accentuation, pronunciation, principal parts and vocabulary.

  • Greek Grammar on the Web: The Electronic Gateway to the Study of Ancient Greek provides resources and links to resources related to the study of Ancient Greek language. Those include: Greek Fonts, the Alphabet, Numerals, Accentuation and Pronunciation, Introductory Courses, Dictionaries and Lexica, Grammar: Morphology and Syntax, History of the Greek Language - Advanced Study of the Language - The Reading of Ancient Greek Texts - Other Online Surveys and Bibliographies.

  • Greek Rhetoric and Prose Style is a course taught by Hardy Hansen at CUNY. In addition to the syllabus and course assignments, the Home Page of this course includes links to useful resources, bibliographies and other readings.

  • A number of programs created by Matt Neuburg to accompany the JACT Cambridge textbook "Reading Greek" are available for downloading.

  • Online Latin Lexicon is a file for use with Peter N. Lewis' ObiWan. Gives you a Latin lexicon (Latin-English dictionary) on your computer, with instant lookup, and pop-up access from any application. The dictionary is over 1 MB in size has 15600 entries; yet the whole thing runs in just 200K of RAM. Can be used for English-Latin lookup too, by searching the entries; that's not instant, but it's still very fast

  • Latin Teaching Materials at Saint Louis University maintained by Claude Pavur. It contains accelaration readers, grammar and vocabulary handouts, pedagogical ideas and links to other resources.

  • SCRIBA is a computer program to accompany and enhance use of the Oxford Latin Course, Part I.

  • ACL SOFTWARE DIRECTORY for the CLASSICS on the WEB This is a condensed version of the listings contained in the "Software Directory for the Classics" which is compiled and written by Rob Latousek and published in its complete 120-page form by the American Classical League. The directory is intended to be a comprehensive listing of publicly available software materials for instruction, research, and productivity with specific applications Latin and Greek languages, classical civilization, etymology, authoring systems, videodiscs, wordprocessors and fonts, text-on-disk and text-searching utilities. The site also includes a Directory of Publishers & Distributors Directory with contact information and direct e-mail or Web links where available.

  • Wordbase is a shareware program for the teaching of New Testament Greek. The program can be used as a dictionary (Greek/Swedish and Greek/English) or to learn words and grammar. It requires Windows 95 and a 32-bit computer. A limited Macintosh version is also available by contacting the author.

  • The Online Study Guide to Wheelock's Latin, a grammatical glossary and vocabulary lists, sample quizzes, RealAudio files to Wheelock's Self-Help Tutorials, and additional readings maintained by Prof. Dale Grote.