Electronic Resources for Classicists: The Second Generation
Lists and Links to Classics Resources
The following sites and/or departmental Home Pages maintain extensive
lists of resources of interest to Classicists.
- The Ancient History Sourcebook is a site developed by Paul Halsall. It contains a list of links to materials (texts and images) for ancient history and civilization courses. It is meant as a companion to the Medieval Sourcebook an extensive collection of Internet resources for Medieval Studies (also maintained by Paul Halsall).
- Classics Search Engines is a long list of Web sites (search engines, e-texts, software, other Home pages, etc.)
- Corax Zone is a list of links to Classics Resources maintained by John Kirby at Purdue University
Deutsche Datenquellen: Klassische Philologie and Deutsche
Datenquellen: Alte Geschichte are two comprehensive lists of internet
resources for Classics and Ancient History from the German-speaking world.
- UCLA Library Collections and Internet Resources in CLASSICAL & BYZANTINE STUDIES: This page created by Paul Naiditch, UCLA Classics Bibliographer contains information and links to Classics Resources. It also provides a list of North American and British theses and dissertations, in progress or recently completed, concerned with classical antiquity.
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