Alexandria on the Web – Materials on the relationship between cosmology, philosophy, myth, and culture, sponsored by the Alexandria journal.
Ancient History Sourcebook – Extensive selection of links, study guides, and articles pertaining to the ancient Near East and ancient Mediterranean worlds, as well as some public domain translations of classical texts. At Fordham.
Ancient Scripts of the World – Indexed by region, with articles on writing systems, sounds and phonetics, historical linguistics, and related study materials.
Ancient World – ZIP files of plain text translations of Greek and Latin writers of antiquity, as well as links to other sites about ancient civilization and literature.
Centre for the Study of Ancient Documents – The Centre for the Study of Ancient Documents was established in 1995 under the auspices of Oxford University’s Faculty of Literae Humaniores to provide a focus for the study of ancient documents in Oxford.
Classical Studies (humanities.classics) FAQ – Frequently asked questions for the newsgroup humanities.classics. Includes bibliographies, glossaries and compendia of mythological characters. Maintenance ceased August 2000.
Classics Corner – Columns finding humor and contemporary relevance in the classics, with an emphasis upon Greek, Roman, and Biblical literature.
Classics Technology Center – A repository of tools such as guides, games, and glossaries for educators and other classicists, to enhance the use of computer technology in classics education.
Corinth Computer Project – Extensive multimedia site incorporating historical, literary and archaeological information from Corinth, Greece during the Roman era. Suitable for scholars, students, and the public at large.
Diotima – An interdisciplinary resource for the study of patterns of gender around the ancient Mediterranean and as a forum for collaboration among instructors who teach courses about women and gender in the ancient world. The site includes course materials, the beginnings of a systematic and searchable bibliography, and links to many on-line resources, including articles, book reviews, databases and images.
Electronic Resources for Classicists – Extensive UC Irvine gateway to directories, bibliographies, journals, course materials, fonts, and other resources for scholars in classical studies.
The Internet Classics Archive – Provides 441 online works of classical literature with a powerful search facility. A booklist links directly to relevant pages in online bookshops. Classical trivia questions can be posted and answered.
Leuven Database of Ancient Books (LDAB) – Searchable database aiming to catalog all ancient literary texts with information including a description of the text, language, medium, authors, current location, and plates. Sponsored by the Catholic University of Leuven.
Library, Bibliographic, & Lexical Resources – “Library and Textual Resources Bibliographical Assistance Periodicals Publishers’ Catalogues and On-Line Bookstores Grammars, Lexical Resources … ” all related to the Classics.
Nefer Seba – Ancient Rome, Greece, and Egypt – Contains essays on ancient history, information on and links to archaeological digs, and links to Latin resources, classical and archaeological organizations, and classical encyclopedia sites.
Stoa Consortium – The Stoa Consortium provides a venue for the exploration of innovations in scholarly communication, with a focus on Classics and Classical Archaeology. It hosts numerous classical electronic projects, guides to best practices, fora, a CVS and a blog.
Studies in the Classics – Essays, texts, and studies on classical literature and language from Prof. William Harris of Middlebury College.
Text Tools and Lexica – From The Perseus Project. Includes an English/Greek Word Search, English/Latin Word Search, Liddell Scott-Jones Greek Lexicon, and Lewis and Short Latin Dictionary.
Textkit – Language learning site which provides free Greek and Latin grammars, reading material, classical e-books and other learning resources and downloads.
Voice of the Shuttle: Classical Studies – A large index of links to various classical history, art, archaeology, language and literature journals, texts, syllabi, forums, and other resources. From the University of California at Santa Barbara.
What Do You Want to Know Today? – Includes searches on indexes to scholarly journals, dictionaries, image archives, listserve archives, online translators, and Classics web search engines.
Wiki Classical Dictionary – An encyclopedia to Greek and Roman history, literature and archaeology. To Wikipedia’s everything-goes system, the WCD adds topic editors, more stringent editorial guidelines and a focus on the Greco-Roman world.