Classics Resources

Almost all significant sites in the Classics can be accessed from one well-organized resource list, Maria Pantelia's Electronic Resources for Classicists: The Second Generation. Do visit, of course, the home page of the Washington University Classics Department.

Note: Greek linguistic and grammatical resources pertinent to Biblical Greek studies will be found on my Bible/NT/Early Christianity page; items more specifically pertinent to ancient history will be found on my Antiquity page.

General Classics Listings

Greek-Latin Reference Sites

Texts: General

Classics E-Journals

Classics E-Lists

Maps/Sites - Ancient World

Greek Resources

Greek Teaching Tools


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Greek Paleography & Epigraphy

Greek Grammar

Greek Lexica

Greek Authors and Texts

Classics Departmental sites

Classics Associations

Personal Pages of Note


Latin Resources

Latin Teaching Tools

Latin Grammar

Latin Dictionaries

Latin Authors and Texts

Medieval Latin Language & Culture

Specialized Sites

Last updated January  18,  2012