- Ancient Greek texts.Containing texts of Aesop,
Aeschylus, Aristophanes, Euripides, Herodotus, Homer, Sophocles, and
Thucydides (most of them i zipped packages).
- Apuleius, Apology. This web site is a part of an
experiment in philology, pedagogy, and scholarly discourse. The text at hand
is the Apologia of Apuleius.
- Cicero Homepage
- Perseus: Latin texts
- Marcus Tullius Cicero Homepage
- The Cicero Homepage The new Perseus site on Julius Caesar.
- Plutarch Homepage
- Plinius et alia im Internet
Discources, by Epictetus; Gopher access.
- The History of Herodotus by Herodotus. Written 440
B.C. Translated By George Rawlinson.
- Texts at the Perseus site.Perseus contains several texts in Greek and in English translation.
In addition there are several other items available as Liddell-Scott
Lexicon, word search and morphological analysis.
- Note on using
When using Netscape
browser, remember that you can have several Netscape-windows open at the
same time. It is thus possible to have a Greek text in one, and the
English translation in another. In addition, you might have
Liddell-Scott in a third window. Just call up the preferred Greek text
in one, resize the window by dragging its borders so it fit one half of
your screen,then use the left menyline FILE to open another window
(click on New Web Browser), call up the English translation, and resize
that to the other half of your screen. Then repeat this step, calling up
Liddell-Scott, and have a small window open at the bottom of your
screen. Then you have a nice screen for your studies.
Internet Classics Archive; collection of almost 400 classical Greek and
Roman texts (in English translation) with user-provided commentary.
- The Romulus Project: An Electronic Library of Latin
Literature with Virtual Commentary.
Lives. Very large file! From the Gutenberg Etext Project.
- Tacitus, The Histories.
- Thucydides, The History of the Peloponnesian War.
- Electronic Resources for Classicists: The Second Generation.
- Loeb Classical Library of classical works.