Classical Latin Links
Located at Fordham University, the Ancient History Sourcebook
focuses on providing and organizing an index to online primary source texts
for educational purposes. It also provides links to visual and aural material.
Located at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
Interactive Ancient Mediterranean is an
online atlas of the ancient Mediterranean world designed to service the needs and
interests of students and teachers in high school, community college, and university
courses in classics, ancient history, geography, archeology, Latin, Greek and related
Located at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, this is the American Society's website, providing
membership information and an extensive collection of links and resources related to the study of Greek and Latin
Located at the University of Michigan, ROMARCH is the best guide to web
resources on the art and archeology of Italy and the Roman provinces, ca. 1000 BC - AD
700. It also includes detailed print bibliographies about past and current archeology digs.
One of the best all-around Roman websites constructed, Forum Romanum
contains a virtual tour of Rome, a dictionary of mythology, information about Roman
history and life, as well as Latin literature. Forum Romanum
is a member of several web-rings, special groups of Internet sites devoted to a particular subject,
such as classical history, art and architecture, Latin, Rome, etc. The web-ring allows you to
travel in a circle, visiting each site in that particular ring.
A large number of Latin texts can be found at this site, in an easily navigated setting.
The Latin Library contains classical Latin
texts from Apuleius to Vergil, as well as Christian, Medieval, and Neo-Latin texts.
Although the webmaster points out that the texts are not critical editions, he is to be
applauded for providing an extensive credit list to all those who have made texts
available, as well as giving the sources for the website texts.
Located at Tufts University, this website originally focused on Greece's art, architecture,
language, and authors. The Perseus Project
has also been adding Classical Latin texts as well. Especially of interest to Latin readers
are the following sites in Perseus:
Lewis & Short Online Latin Dictionary:
The printed L & S is the premier dictionary
for Latin translation. Its purpose is to define a word and to cite examples of it in the
texts to help place its meaning in context. The online version continues this tradition on
Texts by Latin Authors:
As of October, 1998, they have 10 authors' texts online, almost all in both Latin and
English. NOTE: Unlike other Latin libraries, this one does not put whole texts available
for copying or downloading for personal or educational use. It breaks the text into 10-20
line chunks, with words hyperlinked for morphological purposes. Its primary use, in
conjunction with the dictionary, would be aid in translating certain difficult passages of
the various authors.