Greek literature and G Guide - Resources and Review

An interactive multimedia digital library for teaching and research designed to expand the ways in which ancient Greek literature, art and archaeology can be examined. The full text collection of Greek and Latin literature includes Julius Caesar, Cicero, Ovid, Vergil, Aeschylus, Aristotle, Euripides, Homer, Plato and Sophocles.
Includes links to resources about the ancient world, such as art, archaeology, papyrology, epigraphy, philosophy and literature, along with faculty and prospectus information.
Set of annotated links to online courses, course descriptions, tutorials, assignments, tests and other materials used in the teaching of classical studies.
Includes a cultural map of Greece, a listing of museums, monuments, and archaeological sites, and information about related organisations and events. Also provides access to literature, music, dance, theatre, cinema, and photography resources. Available in English and Greek.
Links to useful Internet resources for classicists of all types. A list of sites covering the history and archaeology of ancient Italy is on the Roman Italy Project web page.
line archive of thousands of SGML-encoded electronic texts, some of which are publicly available. Divided into English, French, German, Latin, Japanese, Chinese, Russian, Greek, Hebrew, Spanish, Tibetan and Icelandic texts.
Offers access to English translations of two Greek magazines. Hellenic Quarterly concentrates solely on poetry, while Poetry Greece includes interviews with Greek poets in addition to examples of their work.
Information about this electronic data bank of ancient Greek literature from Homer (8th century BC) to 600 AD with historiographical, lexicographical and scholiastic texts from 600 to 1453 AD.
Publication concerned with the historiographical texts of Greece and Rome; Byzantine historiography; the historiography of other ancient cultures; ancient biography; the influence of historiography and biography on other literary genres; precursors of historiography and biography; modern theory relevant to the study of historiography; and indeed ancient use of non
literary media for the representation of the past.
Texts and translations of a collection of literary works of Classical and Medieval civilisation. Provides a facility for downloading texts, and allows Boolean searching.
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