Classical Studies

” I am now come to the ships of the Achaeans to ransom his body from you with a great ransom. Fear, O Achilles, the wrath of heaven; think on your own father and have compassion upon me, who am the more pitiable, for I have steeled myself as no man yet has ever steeled himself before me, and have raised to my lips the hand of him who slew my son.” Iliad 24.500 (Click on image for description.)

priam and iliad

Ancient Near East

ABZU: Guide to Resources for the Study of the Ancient Near East Available on the Internet
Research Archives of the Oriental Institute, Chicago

Ancient Ararat: A Handbook of Urartian Studies, by Paul Zimansky. Annotated bibliography under the following general topics: culture, history, and society; language and writing; material culture; archaeological surveys and site reports; and the rediscovery and legacy of Urartu. Author and subject indexes.
Mugar Reference XDS 156 U7 Z36 1998

Ancient Cities:  The Archaeology of Urban Life in the Ancient near East and Egypt, Greece and Rome (2nd Edition), by Charles Gates.  New York:  Routledge, 2011.

Ancient Near East, c. 3000-330 B.C., by Amelie Kurht, 2 vols. “Intended as an introduction to ancient Near Eastern history, the main sources for reconstructing societies and political systems, and some historical problems and scholarly debate.” Includes Egypt. General bibliography, maps, tables, figures, photographs, and index.
Mugar Reference XDS 62 23 K87 1995

Ancient Near East and the Mediterranean World University of Chicago Library. 33 full-text books, among them:

Dawkins, R. M. The Sanctuary of Artemis Orthia at Sparta. London: MacMillan and Co., Limited, 1929.

Petrie, W. M. Flinders. With Chapters by Cecil Smith, Ernest Gardner, and Barclay V. Head. Naukratis. London: Trubner and Company, 1886.

Archaeology of Upper Mesopotamia: An Analytical Bibliography for the Pre-Classical Periods, by Stefano Anastasio. Covers publications from the initial investigations in the mid-19th century to today in the area of present-day Syria, Turkey, and Iraq. Bibliography is alphabetical by author. Analytical indices for excavations; subjects; catalogues, proceedings, guides; explorations and discoveries; and lexicons and bibliographies.
Mugar Memorial Library Stacks (DS69.5 .A53 1995 )

Atlas des sites du Proche Orient (14000-5700 B.P.), by Francis Hours, 2 vols. Entries include bibliography. Vol. 1: text; Vol. 2: maps.
Mugar Reserve DS 56 A8 1994

Atlas of Mesopotamia: The Stone Age to the Fall of Babylon, by Martinus Beek. Encyclopedia articles.
Mugar Reference XG 2251 E6 B42 1962

Note: 1971–. Indexes over 100 western-language periodicals. Includes all subjects (especially humanities and social sciences) pertaining to East, Southeast, and South Asia published worldwide. Users can search and also browse by country/region, by subject, or by journal title.

Bibliography of Syrian Archaeological Sites to 1980, by Howard Bybee. Arranged by site from ABD to Zincirli. Chronology, prehistory, and survey. Alphabetical list of sources. Author and heading indexes.
Mugar Memorial Library Off-site Storage: sign in and request (Z3484.A8 B93 1995 )

Çatalhöyük: Excavations of a Neolithic Anatolian Tell Anja Wolle, Cambridge, England. Comprehensive Web site includes archive reports for previous years, microartefact distribution plots produced for Building 1 in 1997, Gatalhvy|k papers presented at the Theoretical Archaeology Group Conference (TAG) in 1996, Excavation Diaries, Excavation Database, and North Area Excavations 1995-1999: Interim statement.

Civilizations of the Ancient Near East, by Jack Sasson, 4 vols. Thematically arranged with broad topics such as the ancient Near East in Western thought, environment, and social institutions. Illustrations, tables, timeline, and maps.
Mugar Reference XDS 57 C55 1995

Dictionnaire de la Civilisation Phenicienne et Punique, ed. Edward Lipinski.
Mugar DS 81 D53 1992

Dictionary of Ancient Near Eastern Architecture, by Gwendolyn Leick. Entries include references.
In print: Mugar Reference XNA 212 L45 1988

Dictionary of the Ancient Near East, ed. Piotr Bienkowski. Covers Anatolia, Mesopotamia, the Levant, and the Arabian peninsula from the earliest times to the fall of Babylon in 539 B.C.
Mugar Reference XDS 56 D5 2000

Gods, Demons, and Symbols of Ancient Mesopotamia: An Illustrated Dictionary, by Jeremy Black.
Mugar Reference XBL 1615 B53 1992

Historical Dictionary of the Hittites, by Charles Burney.
Mugar DS 66 B87 2004

International Dictionary of Historic Places: Vol. 4: Middle East and Africa, ed. Trudy Ring. Lengthy essays on selected sites with illustrations and bibliographies.
Mugar Reference XCC 135 I585 1995

New Encyclopedia of Archaeological Excavations in the Holy Land, ed. Ephraim Stern, 4 vols. Extensive summaries of excavated sites with photographs, plans, maps, bibliographies, glossary and chronologies.
Mugar Reference XDS 111 A2 N488 1993

Oxford Encyclopedia of Archaeology in the Near East, ed. Eric Meyers, 5 vols. Prepared under the auspices of the American Schools of Oriental Research. Alphabetically arranged, signed essays on topics such as culture, language, theory and practices, including 450 entries on individual sites or digs. Includes biographies of excavators.
Mugar Reference XDS 56 O9 1997

Who’s Who in the Ancient Near East, by Gwendolyn Leick. Biographical dictionary of people important in the history of the Near East, primarily kings and local rulers. Glossary, outline of main historical periods, bibliography, separate indexes for personal names, toponyms and rulers, and dynasties, peoples, and tribes. Subject index.
Mugar Reference XDS 61 5 L45 1999

Abbreviations

Abbreviations used in L’annee Philologique entries

AJA (American Journal of Archaeology) abbreviations of Standard Reference Works, Journals, and Book Series

Perseus Abbreviations of Authors and their Works

Dictionary of Bibliographic Abbreviations Found in the Scholarship of Classical Studies and Related Disciplines, comp. by J.S. Wellington. Revised and expanded. Excludes ancient authors and texts, papyrology.
Mugar  PA99 .W44 2003

Database Bibliographical Indexes to Journal Articles, Books, and Dissertations

L’Année philologique : bibliographie critique et analytique de l’antiquité gréco-latine, 1924–.

For earlier years, see:

  • 1700-1878: Bibliotheca Scriptorum Classicorum, by Wilhelm Engelmann, rev Emil Preuss. Mugar Reference XZ 7016 E58 1992
  • 1878-1896: Bibliotheca Scriptorum Classicorum et Graecorum et Latinorum, by Rudolf Klussmann, 2 vols. Mugar Reference XZ 7016 E592 1976
  • 1896-1914: Bibliographie de l’Antiquite, by Scarlat Lambrino. Mugar Reference XZ 7016 L2
  • 1914-1924: Dix Annees de Bibliographie Classique, by Jules Marouzeau. Mugar Reference XZ 7016 M35 1969

Note: Covers publications from 1964 to the present. Indexes articles, book reviews, and dissertations on the history and culture of the United States and Canada from prehistory to the present.

Bryn Mawr Classical Reviews, 1990–.

Current books in classical scholarship.

Note: Covers articles published from 1984 to the present. Institut de l’Information Scientifique et Technique du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique. Multidisciplinary, multilingual database with emphasis on humanities and social sciences.

GNOMON Bibliographic Database, 1997–. English version.

Updated weekly. Covers journals, dissertations, and books.  No links to BU e-journals.

Note: Covers publications from 1969 to the presesnt. Indexes articles, book reviews, and dissertations on the history and culture of the world (excluding the United States and Canada) from 1450 to the present. Retrieves articles on the influence of classical culture from sources that may not be picked up in APh.

Humanitites Full Text 1984–.

 

Note: Covers articles published from 1907 to 1984. Topics include archaeology, art, film, music, performing arts, religion, history and literature.

Index to Classical Dissertations and Theses in Progress or Recently Completed in North America and Great Britain.

Chiefly compiled from the Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies and the American Philological Association Newsletter.  Arranged by subject. Covers 1994-2003.

International Medieval Bibliography (IMB).

Note: Coverage mainly from 1984 to the present. A full-text database that includes newspapers, wire services, transcripts of television and radio broadcasts, medical and health journals, trade journals, accounting literature, company financial reports, law reviews, statutory and case law, and public opinion polls. Check for current news in classics. International magazines and newspapers.

NESTOR: Bibliography of Aegean Prehistory and Related Areas, 1957-1999.

International bibliography of Aegean, eastern Mediterranean and southeastern European prehistory, Homeric society, Indo-European linguistics, and related fields.

Note: Covers articles published from 1940 to the present. Subject areas include philosophy and related fields, including aesthetics, epistemology, ethics, logic, metaphysics and the philosophy of various disciplines such as education, history and law.

Note: Covers dissertations from 1861 to the present. Citations to dissertations accepted for doctoral degrees at accredited North American institutions and more than 200 institutions elsewhere. Many dissertation available full text online. Citations to masters’ theses from 1962 to date. For forthcoming Art and Architecture dissertations, see the June issues of Art Bulletin. See also: Dissertations in Progress Egyptology, compiled by the University of Chicago. Dissertations in Progress Byzantine Studies, North American institutions, compiled by Dumbarton Oaks.

TOCS-IN:Tables of Contents of Journals of Interest to Classicists, 1992–.

Covers 150+ journals. Searchable tables of contents and keywords in article titles. Classics, Near Eastern studies, and religion. Also covers some collections of articles in Festschriften, conference proceedings, and collected works of individual authors.

Web of Science.  Includes Arts and Humanities Citation Index.

 

Art and Architecture

Art of Ancient Greece: Sources and Documents, by Jerome Pollitt, rev ed.
Mugar Reference XN 5630 P56 1996

Art Resource  “…photo archive of fine art, offers a range of material from prehistoric times to the present.

ARTstor: “The ARTstor Digital Library is a nonprofit resource that provides more than one million digital images in the arts, architecture, humanities, and sciences with an accessible suite of software tools for teaching and research. Our community-built collections comprise contributions from outstanding international museums, photographers, libraries, scholars, photo archives, and artists and artists’ estates.”

Beazley Archive  Based on Sir John Beazley’s personal archive of materials related to the study of classical art and archaeology. Online collections include Athenian pottery, sculpture casts, and gems. Site Map.

Bildlexikon zur Topographie des antiken Attika, by John Travlos. Essays, photographs, maps, site plans, architectural drawings, extensive bibliographies.
Mugar Reference XDF 261 A8 T74 1988

Census of Antique Works of Art and Architecture Known in the Renaissance Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Two databases: Antique Monuments and Renaissance Documents. Also searchable by Location, Person, Date, Style, Inscription, and Bibliography.

Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum.

In 2000 the International Committee of CVA asked the Beazley Archive to prepare a feasibility study for the digitisation of out of print fascicules, approximately 250 for the web. Later that year the Union Académique Internationale formally invited the Beazley Archive to undertake the project. In 2001 The Getty Grant Program awarded £75,000 for a three-year project to be carried out in Oxford. The CVA project, to digitise these fascicules began in 2002 and ended in September 2004. The project is on-going; new fascicules are being published and participating museums have the opportunity to contribute to the on-line database.”

Dictionary of Pictorial Subjects from Classical Literature: A Guide to their Identification in Works of Art, by Percy Preston. Subject arrangement, e.g., “Women Captives” — “prisoners of war”, “haled before authority”, etc. Includes ancient literary references.
Mugar Reference XN 7760 P68 1983

Digital Roman Forum.  University of California Los Angeles. a digital model of the Roman Forum as it appeared in late antiquity.   Browse by primary source (ancient authors), by function, and by monument type.  Resources include excerpts from Lawrence Richardson, A New Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992.  Mugar Library DG68 R5 1992

Enciclopedia dell’Arte Antica, 1958-1984, 14 vols. Includes North Africa, Asia, and Europe from pre-history to A.D. 500. Index.
Mugar Reference XN 31 F58

Greek and Roman Technology: A Sourcebook, by John Humphrey. Annotated translations of Greek and Latin texts and documents. Grouped by topic: rise of humans and human technology, sources of energy and basic mechanical devices, agriclture, food processing, mining and quarrying, metallurgy, construction engineering, hydraulic engineering, household crafts and workshop production, transport and trade, record-keeping, military technology, and attitudes towards labour, innovation, and technology. Subject index of proper names, substances, procedures, and topics.
Mugar Reference XT 16 G74 1998

Greek and Roman Theatres (Teatri greci e romani : alle origini del linguaggio rappresentato : censimento analitico), ed. Paolo Ciancio-Rossetto, 3 vols. Analytic census of 901 buildings in the Mediterranean and central Europe arranged by country.
Mugar Reference XNA 285 M43 T43 1994

Greek Mythology Link

“Carlos Parada is author of Genealogical Guide to Greek Mythology (published in 1993 by Paul Åströms förlag/Astrom Editions…and former lecturer at the Department of Classics, Lund University (Sweden). Most of his work in recent years has been dedicated to the creation and improvement of the Greek Mythology Link, an Internet site devoted to the Greek myths and related subjects.”  Over 4,500 images.  Site Map.

Note: Edited by Gordon Campbell. Oxford University Press, 2007.

Guide to Research in Classical Art and Mythology, by Frances Van Keuren. Three main sections covering general research, e.g., Greek art and architecture; mythology, e.g., classical mythology in ancient and later literature; and media studies, e.g., Etruscan mirrors.
Mugar Reference XN 7760 V3 1991

Index of Christian Art (Princeton University)

Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae (LIMC), ed. Hans Christoph, 18 vols. Includes Greek, Roman, and Etruscan mythology. Articles include literary sources and catalogues of works of art depicting the subject. Arranged alphabetically by personage. Separate text and plate volumes. Two index volumes.
Mugar Reference XN 7760 L49 1981  For a selection of images, see:
Iconiclimc

Foundation for the Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologicae Classicae (LIMC).  This database provides images from LIMC.  Please note:  “For copyright reasons the access to the images is restricted to images from institutions which have given permission for inclusion in this database.”

Mythological and Classical World Art Index: a locator of [art works] executed 1200 B.C. to 1900 A.D., with a directory of institutions holding them, by Mercedes Rochelle.
Mugar Reference XN 7760 R63 1991

Oxford Guide to Classical Mythology in the Arts, by Jane Reid, 2 vols. Each entry provides a description of the mythological figure and its representations in art, music, dance, and literature with references to a list of sources where more information may be found.
Mugar Reference XNX 650 M9 R45 1993

Pictorial Dictionary of Ancient Athens, by John Travlos. Plates, articles, building and site diagrams, references.
Mugar Reference XNA 280 F71 1971

Pictorial Dictionary of Ancient Rome, by Ernest Nash, 2 vols. Plates, articles, building and site diagrams, references. For longer descriptions, chronological index, and ancient literary sources, see Samuel Platner, Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome (XDG 16 F29).
Mugar Reference XNA 310 F68 1968

Repertoire de la Statuaire Grecque et Romaine,

by Salomon Reinach, 6 vols. Line drawings grouped by subject. General, subject, and museum indexes. Often cited in scholarly publications.
Storage NB 86 F04 Available online via Internet Archive

Roman Remains of Northern and Eastern France : a Guidebook. James Bromwich.
Mugar Library DC601.4 .B76 2003

Roman Remains of Southern France : a Guidebook. James BromwichMugar Library DC607.4 .B76 1993

ScalaArchives

PhotoScala, Florence

Seventy Wonders of the Ancient World: The Great Monuments and How They Were Built, ed. Chris Scarre.
Mugar Reference XCC 165 S4 1999

Atlases

Historical Atlas of the Ancient World: Brill’s New Pauly Supplements I – Volume 3

Edited by: Anne Wittke, Eckhart Olshausen and Richard Szydlak
This new atlas of the ancient world illustrates the political, economic, social and cultural developments in the ancient Near East, the Mediterranean world, the Byzantine Empire, the Islamic world and the Holy Roman Empire from the 3rd millennium BC until the 15th century AD.”

Athletic-Cultural Archaeological Sites in the Greco-Roman World: Europe-North Africa-Middle East, by Russell Sturzebecker. Photo album with brief descriptions under names of modern countries, then sites.
Mugar Reference XDE 60 S78 1985

Atlas of Classical Archaeology, ed. Moses Finley. Articles, site plans, references.
Mugar Reference XGE 15 A8 1971

Atlas of Classical History, ed. Richard Talbert, 1985. Essays on periods, regions, and selected places. Maps, site plans, bibliography, and gazetteer.
Mugar Reference XG 1033 A833 1985

Atlas of Classical History, by Michael Grant. Ancient Greek and Roman world from 1700 B.C. to the 6th century A.D. Bold line-drawings reproduce well.
Mugar Reference XG 1033 G65 1994

Atlas of Rome: The Form of the City on a 1:1000 Scale Photomap and Line Map, ed. Italo Novelli.
Mugar Reserve G 1989 24 R7 A8 1992

Atlas of the Ancient World: Charting the Great Civilizations of the Past
, by Margaret Oliphant. Includes Mesopotamia and the Near East, Egypt, Persia, prehistoric Europe, Greece and the Aegean, Roman world, India, China, and the Americas.
Mugar Reference XG 1033 O5 1992

Atlas of the Classical World, ed. A.A.M. van der Heyden and Howard Scullard. Black-and-white aerial photographs, articles, annotated maps, glossary and index. No bibliography.
Mugar Reference XDE 29 F59 1959
Atlas of the Greek and Roman World in Antiquity, by Nicholas Hammond. Maps and gazetteer (no text).
Mugar Oversize G 1033 A84 1981

Atlas of the Greek World, by Peter Levi. Bronze Age through Roman conquest.
Mugar Reference DE 77 L43 1980

Atlas of the Roman World, by Tim Cornell and John Matthews. Pre-Roman Italy through the Late Empire.
Mugar Reference DG 77 C597 1982

Digital Atlas of Roman and Medieval Civilizations, Harvard University

Perseus Atlas.

Bibliographies and Guides

Articles on Antiquity in Festschriften, An Index: The Ancient Near East, The Old Testament, Greece, Rome, Roman Law, Byzantium, by Dorothy Rounds. Covers 1863 through 1954 in one alphabetical list of recipients, authors, and topics. American and European. Mugar Reference XZ 6202 F62 1962  For Festschriften published since 1959, see

TOCS-IN:Tables of Contents of Journals of Interest to Classicists: Collections of Articles

Aufstieg und Niedergang der Romischen West: Geschichte und Kultur Roms im Speigel der Neueren Forschung (ANRW), eds. Hildegard Temporini and Wolfgang Haase, 1972–. Recent scholarly research on Roman civilization. Index to all volumes available online at Search index ANRWAlphabetical entry author index.
DG 209 T36

Bibliographical Guide to Classical Studies, by Graham Whitaker. Projected as a ten-volume work, the first three volumes published cover the history of literature from Accius to Fulgentius. Vol. 1 includes a general section on dictionaries, encyclopedias, handbooks, manuals, surveys, and bibliographies. Monographic publications from 1873-1980.
Z 6207 C65W485 1997

Bibliography of Renaissance Translations of Virgil, by Craig Kellendorf.
Mugar Reference XPA 6813 K35 1994

Catalogus Translationum et Commentariorum: Mediaeval and Renaissance Latin Translations and Commentaries: Annotated Lists and Guides. ed. Paul Oskar Kristeller, 1960.
Mugar Reference XZ 7016 F60, vols. 1-7

Classical Greek and Roman Drama: An Annotated Bibliography, by Robert Forman. Arranged by playwright, then play. Includes recommended translations, commentaries, and criticisms.
Mugar Reference XZ 7018.D7 F67 1989

Classical Studies: A Guide to the Reference Literature, by Fred W. Jenkins.
Mugar Reference XZ 7016 J4 2006

Late Antiquity: A Guide to the Postclassical World, by G.W. Bowersock. Chapters by individual authors on topics such as the sacred landscape, barbarians and ethnicity, and Islam.
Mugar Reference X DE 5 L29 1999

Oral-Formulaic Theory and Research: An Introduction and Annotated Bibliography, by John Foley. Citations to books and articles published between 1928 and 1982.
Mugar Reference XGR 44 O72 F65 1985

Rome in the Fourth Century A.D.: An Annotated Bibliography with Historical Overview, by Alden Rollins.
Mugar Reference XZ 2340 R653 1991

Shakespeare and the Classical Tradition: An Annotated Bibliography 1961-1991, Lewis Walker. English-language commentary on Shakespeare’s use of classical literature and culture. In three sections: General Bibliographies, Surveys, and Reference Works; General Works; and Individual Works.
Mugar Reference X PR3037 S55 2002

Biography

Ancient Greek Scientists

Bildlexikon Antiken Personen, by German Hafner. Portraits. From Accius to Zenon. Portraits in sculpture, mosaic, and coin.
Mugar Reference XDE 7 H33 1933

Biographical Dictionary of the Byzantine Empire, by Donald Nicol.
Mugar Reference XDF 506 N53 1991

Biographical Dictionary of North American Classicists, by Ward Briggs.
Mugar Reference XPA 83 B53 1994

Chronicle of the Roman Emperors: the Reign-by-Reign Record of the Rulers of Imperial Rome, by Christopher Scarre.
Mugar Reference XDG 274 S28 1995

Classical Scholarship: An Encyclopedia, by Ward Briggs. Biographies of 50 international scholars, from Beazley to Wolf. Mugar Reference XPA 83 C58 1990

Encyclopedia of Women in the Ancient World, by Joyce Salisbury. Includes 150 biographies, 30 general entries, and mythological and legendary women.
Mugar Reference X HQ 1127 S25 2001

Roman Emperors: A Biographical Guide to the Rulers of Imperial Rome 31 B.C. to A.D. 46, by Michael Grant, 1985. Brief entries, no references.
Mugar Reference XDG 274 G73 1985B

Prosopographia Imperii Romani, 6 vols.
Mugar Reference XDG 203 5 P9 1933

Prosopographie des Femmes de l’Ordre Senatorial, by Marie Raepsaet-Charlier, 2 vols.
Mugar Reference XDG 203.5 R34 1987
Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire, ed. Arnold (A.H.M.) Jones, 1971 and John Martindale 1980, 3 vols.
Mugar Reference XDG 203.5 F71

Who’s Who in the Ancient World,
ed. Betty Radice. Historical and mythological figures.
Mugar Reference XDE 7 R33 1973

Who’s Who in the Greek World, by John Hazel.  Routledge, 1999.

Chronologies and Timelines

Chronologies of the Ancient World – Names, Dates and Dynasties: Brill’s New Pauly Supplements I – Volume 1

Timeline of Ancient History.

Dictionaries (Lexikon, Lexicon, Thesaurus)

Dictionnaire etymologique de la Langue Grecque: Histoire des Mots: Nouv. ed, by Pierre Chantraine. Mugar Memorial Library Stacks (PA422 .C5 2009 )

Greek-English Lexicon, by Henry Liddell and Robert Scott.
Mugar Reference XPA 445 E5 L6 1968 and Supplement 1996

Intermediate Liddell and Scott Greek Lexicon Perseus Project. “This [dictionary] gives the basic definitions of the words.”

Liddell-Scott-Jones Greek Lexicon, Perseus Project. This dictionary “defines the word and cites numerous examples of it in the texts to help place its meaning in context. This lexicon also includes a synonym tool and word collocation tool.”

Lewis and Short Latin Dictionary Perseus Project. This dictionary “defines the word and cites numerous examples of it in the texts to help place its meaning in context. This lexicon also includes a synonym tool.”

Lexikon des fruhgriechischen Epos (LfgrE), ed. Bruno Snell. Dictionary of early Greek epic. Continued by Thesaurus Linguae Graecae (TLG).
Mugar PA 445 G3 L49 1979

Oxford Dictionary of Modern Greek: Greek-English English-Greek, by Julian Pring.
Mugar PA 1139 E5 P77 1986

Oxford Latin Dictionary, ed. P.G. W. Glare. Latin-English with etymological notes and references.
Mugar Reference XPA 2365 E5 O98 1982

The Pocket Oxford Latin Dictionary (English-Latin) BU

The Pocket Oxford Latin Dictionary (Latin-English) BU

Thesaurus linguae Graecae (Online)

Thesaurus Linguae Latinae (TLL) is in the BTL database:

Note: “The data of Thesaurus linguae Latinae (TLL) Online has been enlarged by the fascicles published in 2007 and 2008 and now comprises the letters A–M, O, P–pomifer, porta–pulsio.”

Thesaurus Linguae Graecae Canon of Greek Authors and Works, by Luci Berkowitz, 3rd ed. Computer-generated. Includes generic and geographic epithets, dates, patronymics, professional title(s), American Philological Association recommended text editions, and word counts. Mugar Reference XZ 7021 B47 1990

William Whitaker’s Words Latin to English, English to Latin

Encyclopedias and Companions

Cambridge Companions Online…

Cambridge Companion to the Aegean Bronze Age.

Cambridge Companion to the Age of Augustus.

Cambridge Companion to the Age of Constantine.

Cambridge Companion to the Age of Justinian.

Cambridge Companion to Ancient Greek Law.

Cambridge Companion to Ancient Greek Political Thought.

Cambridge Companion to Ancient Rhetoric.

Cambridge Companion to Ancient Rome.

Cambridge Companion to Ancient Scepticism.

Cambridge Companion to Archaic Greece.

Cambridge Companion to Cicero.

Cambridge Companion to the Epic.

Cambridge Companion to Greek and Roman Philosophy

Cambridge Companion to the Greek and Roman Theatre.

Cambridge Companion to Greek Lyric.

Cambridge Companion to Greek Mythology.

Cambridge Companion to Greek Tragedy.

Cambridge Companion to the Hellenistic World.

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Cambridge Companion to Homer.

Cambridge Companion to Horace.

Cambridge Companion to Lucretius.

Cambridge Companion to Ovid.

Cambridge Companion to the Roman Economy.

Cambridge Companion to Roman Historians.

Cambridge Companion to the Roman Republic.

Cambridge Companion to Roman Satire.

Cambridge Companion to Virgil.

 

Blackwell companions to the ancient world.

Companion to Ancient Macedonia.

 

 

 

 

Cambridge Dictionary of Classical Civilization, ed. Graham Shipley. Encyclopedia with 1700 brief entries. Illustrations.
Mugar Reference X DE5.C28 2006

Civilization of the Ancient Mediterranean: Greece and Rome, ed. Michael Grant, 3 vols. Comprehensive work with authored essays covering all aspects of Greek and Roman culture. Thematically arranged. Each section includes an extensive bibliography. Some illustrations and maps throughout the text. Separate map section. Index.
Mugar Reference XDE 59 C55 1988

Dictionnaire des Antiquites Grecques et Romaines d’apres les Textes et les Monuments, Charles Daremberg and Edmond Saglio, 5 vols. All aspects of ancient life except biography and literature. Separate index volume. Frequently cited.
Mugar Reference XDE 5 E77 1877

Encyclopedia of Classical Philosophy, ed. Donald Zeyl. Covers the period from the 6th century B.C. to the 6th century A.D. Includes a chronological outline of classical philosophy. Signed entries provide broad overviews of philosophers and their teachings and include bibliographies.
Mugar Reference XB 163 E53 1997

Encyclopedia of Indo-European Culture, ed. J.P. Mallory. Covers major Indo-European language stocks and their origins with some consideration of archaeological cultures and major issues of Indo- European cultural studies.
Mugar Reference XCB 201 E53 1997

Encyclopedia of Modern Greek Literature, by Bruce Merry.
Mugar Reference X PA 5210 M44 2004

Encyclopedia of the Roman Empire, by Matthew Bunson. Short entries on persons, terms, and sites from Abdagaeses to Zstommas. Maps and chronologies. Few illustrations.
Mugar Reference XDG 270 B86 1994

Greek and Roman Sport: A Dictionary of Athletes and Events from the Eighth Century B.C. to the Third Century A.D., by David Matz.
Mugar Reference XGV 17 M38 1991

Handbook to Life in Ancient Rome, by Lesley Adkins. Short entries arranged in sections on government, military affairs, geography, town and country, travel and trade, language, religion, economy and industry, and everyday life. Bibliography, maps, and illustrations.

Mugar Reference XDG 77 A35 1994

New Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome, by Lawrence Richardson. Alphabetical arrangement of entries. Longer entries include bibliographies and ancient literary references. Illustrations and site plans. Chronological list of dated monuments.
Mugar Reference XDG 68 R5 1992

 

Note: Online version of the Oxford Classical Dictionary by Simon Hornblower and Antony Spawforth, third edition revised 2003 containing 6,200 entries.

Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium, ed. Alexander Kazhdan, 3 vols. Byzantine Empire from the 4th to the 15th century. Entries discuss history, liturgy, philology, and art. Alphabetically arranged entries include bibliographies. Some diagrams, illustrations, and photographs.
Mugar Reference XDF 521 O93 1991

Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece and Rome

Oxford Handbook of Roman Studies. Ed. A. Barchiesi and W. Scheidel. Five Parts: Tools, Approaches, Genres, History, Ideas. Mugar Reference XDG 209

Oxford Reference : Classics

Pauly-Wissowa-Kroll’s Real-Encyclopaedie der Classischen Altertumwissenschaft (RE), 1893-1978 with Supplements. ed. August Friedrich von Pauly. In German. Comprehensive articles on all aspects of antiquity; references; indexes in vols. XI, XV, XXIV. Other indexes: Index to the Supplements and Supplementary Volumes of Pauly-Wissowa’s RE, by John Murphy, 2nd ed, 1980 (Mugar Reference XDE 5 E94) and Register der Nachtrage und Supplemente, by Hans Gartner, 1980 (Mugar Reference XDE 5 F94 Register).
Mugar Reference XDE 5 E94

See also:

Der Kleine Pauly: Lexikon der Antike (KIP), 1964-1975,ed. Konrat Ziegler, 5 vols. Abridged. Mugar Reference XDE 5 F64
Der Neue Pauly (DNP), ed. Hubert Cancik, 1996–. Mugar Reference XDE 5 N48 1996
Neue Pauly. English (Online)

Neue Pauly Supplemente. English (Online)

Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites ed. Richard Stillwell. Comprehensive guide to classical world sites. Separate, indexed map section, glossary of terms, signed site articles with references to full excavation reports. Also available at Mugar Reference XDE 59 P7 1976.

Roman World, by John Wacher, 2 vols. Contributed chapters on history, army, cities-towns-villages, government-law, economy, society, religion-burial, rural life. Chronological table, glossary, maps, architectural and site plans, drawings, photographs, bibliographies.
Mugar Reference XDG 77 R6715 1987

Science in the Ancient World: an Encyclopedia. Russell Lawson.
Science/Engineering Library Reference Q124. 95 .L39 2004

 

Epigraphy and Papyrology

Greek

Searchable Greek Inscriptions

IG: Inscriptiones Graecae (list complete titles: volume, part (pars), fasc (fascicle); no full text; print available Mugar Library Stacks CN360 .I–)

SEG: Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum Online.  All SEG volumes.   (Mugar LibraryCN360 .S95)

AIO: Attica Inscriptions Online

Study of Greek Inscriptions, 2nd ed.
A. G. Woodhead.  University of Oklahoma Press, 1992.
Mugar Memorial Library Stacks (CN350 .W65 1992 )

Latin

Epigraphik-Datenbank Clauss-Slaby with links to 21 additional epigraphical databases.

Epigraphic Database Heidelberg.  Roman Empire.  Photographs.

CIL: Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum

print: Mugar Library Folio CN520 .C6M
database: Archivum Corporis Electronicum
General CIL Overview (list by Volume)
Geographical CIL Overview (map)

Cambridge manual of Latin epigraphy.
Alison Cooley. 
531 pages : illustrations.  2012
Mugar Memorial Library Stacks (CN510 .C665 2012 )

Illustrated Introduction to Latin Epigraphy.
Arthur Gordon.
Mugar Memorial Library Stacks CN 510 G63 1983

Inscriptions and Their Uses in Greek and Latin Literature
Peter Liddel and Polly Low. Oxford University Press, 2013. ebook

Papyrology

Checklist of Editions of Greek, Latin, Demotic and Coptic Papyri, Ostraca and Tablets

Duke Papyrus Archive

APIS: Advanced Papyrological Information System  University of Michigan Library

Papyrology-related Links  University of Michigan Library

POxy: Oxyrhynchus Online

Journals and Newspapers

Alphabetical List of Open Access Journals in Ancient Studies. From AWOL: The Ancient World Online. Forum for Classics, Libraries, and Scholarly Communication.

ProQuest historical newspapers, Chicago Tribune

ProQuest historical newspapers. Los Angeles Times (1881-)

ProQuest historical newspapers. Washington Post (1877-1995)

JSTOR.  Complete runs of most journals.  (ignore “Life Sciences” subtitle)

Journal Abbreviations used in American Journal of Archaeology

Journal Abbreviations used in L’Annee Philologique

 

Note: Academic is a database of current (generally from the mid-1980’s on) international newspapers and magazines that can be searched for news in general, theater announcements and critiques, interviews, book reviews, and obituaries. Congressional Universe tracks legislation such as copyright and National Endowment for the Humanities funding. Statistical Universe contains government and private reports that may include statistics pertaining to the humanities and higher education.

 

Literature

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Bibliography to the Classical Tradition in English Literature, by Hanne Carlsen. Books and articles published between 1900 and 1983 on Medieval through 20th-century works. Mugar Reference XZ 2014 C55 C37 1985

Bibliotheca Teubneriana Latina (BTL) is in the BTL database with TLL.

Note: “The Bibliotheca Teubneriana Latina (BTL) online comprises the data of BTL 4, supplemented by the texts of all Latin editions of the Bibliotheca Scriptorum Graecorum et Romanorum Teubneriana printed by 2008. This means that formerly omitted texts from BT editions of the 19th and 20th centuries are now included, especially those of scholia and grammarians… The data of Thesaurus linguae Latinae (TLL) Online has been enlarged by the fascicles published in 2007 and 2008 and now comprises the letters A–M, O, P–pomifer, porta–pulsio.”

Note: Edited by Marianne McDonald and J. Michael Walton.

Cambridge Companion to Greek and Roman Theatre, BU

Cambridge Companion to Greek Tragedy, P.E. Easterling. BU

Cambridge Companion to Homer, Robert Fowler. BU

Cambridge Companion to Horace, Stephen Harrison. BU

Cambridge Companion to Ovid , Philip Hardie. BU

Cambridge Companion to the Greek and Roman Novel BU

Cambridge Companion to Virgil Charles Martindale. BU

Cambridge History of Classical Literature, Vol. 1: Greek Literature, by P.E. Easterling.
A 3052 G73 1985

Cambridge History of Classical Literature, Vol. 2: Latin Literature,by Edward Kenny.
PA 6003 L3 1982

Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism, Multivolume ongoing series provides overview of authors and their works and “excerpts from criticism of the works of world authors from classical antiquity through the fourteenth century, from first appraisals to current evaluations.” The sections include: Introduction, Biographical Information, Major Works, Critical Reception, and Criticism. Use the indexes in the most recent volume to find entries for the entire set (Mugar Reference X PN610 .C53). The website, enotes.com, provides, at no charge, all sections except for Criticism; click on the author’s name, then click on Copyright to find the number of the volume containing the Criticism and request it from Mugar Storage.
Mugar Reference XPN 610 C53

EEBO:Early English Books Online. BU. From William Caxton to the age of Shakespeare. Many facsimiles.Translations of ancient authors. Search for “Dido,” “Ovid,” etc.

Enciclopedia Virgiliana, 5 vols.
Covers all aspects of Virgil, his life, writing, times, tradition in later art and literature. Profusely illustrated in color and black-and-white.
Mugar Reference XPA 6825 A3 1984

Greek and Latin Authors: 800 B.C. to A.D. 1000, by Michael Grant. Lives, works, critiques, influences on later authors.
Mugar Reference XPA 31 G67 1980

Greek and Roman Authors: A Checklist of Criticism, by Thomas Gwinup, 2nd ed. Covers books and periodical articles. English-language publications only.
Mugar Reference XZ 7016 G9 1982

Greek Poetry from Homer to Seferis, by Constantine Trypanis. Chronological by genre.
Mugar Reference XPA 3052 T7 1981

Handbook of Classical Rhetoric in the Hellenistic Period, 330 B.C. to A.D. 400, ed. Stanley Porter.
Mugar Reference XPA 3083 H36 1997

History of Roman Literature from Livius Andronicus to Boethius with Special Regard to Its Influence on World Literature, by Michael von Albrecht, 2 vols.
PA 6007 A5513 1997
Latin Literature: A History, by Gian Conte.
Mugar Reference XPA 6008 C6613 1994

LION: Lite
rature Online
BU
350,000 online texts of English-language poetry, prose, and drama dating from the 8th century A.D. Keyword searchable. Useful for classical references in literature study.

Introductory Bibliography to the History of Classical Scholarship Chiefly in the XIXth and XXth Centuries,
by William Calder.
Mugar Reference XZ 7016 C35 1992

Literatures in the World in English Translation: A Bibliography. Vol. 1: The Greek and Latin Literatures, ed. George Parks. Includes works in Modern Greek, Medieval Latin, and Neo-Latin.
Mugar Reference XZ 7018 T7 E5 F68

Names in Roman Verse: A Lexikon and Reverse Index of all Proper Names of History, Mythology, and Geography Found in the Classical Roman Poets, ed. George Parks.
Mugar Reference XPA 2379 F67 1967

Online Medieval & Classical Library, by Douglas Killings, Sunsite, Berkeley. Literary texts. Browse by title, author, genre, or language. Download instructions. Also searchable.

Oxford Companion to Classical Literature, by M.C. Howatson, 2nd ed. Includes chronological table of events, literature, maps.
Mugar Reference XPA 31 H69 1989

Teuffel’s History of Roman Literature, tr. George Warr, 1892 (reprinted 1967). Pre-Republic to 6th century A.D. Comprehensive bibliographical 19th-century study of authors, their works, text editions, and literary characteristics.
Mugar Reference XPA 6007 T55 1967

Note: A Digital Library of Greek Literature. Digital corpus of literary texts written in Greek from Homer (8 c. B.C.) to the fall of Byzantium in AD 1453 . Ongoing with a goal to create a comprehensive digital library of Greek literature from antiquity to the present era.

Mythology

(see also Art and Architecture)

Among the Gods: An Archaeological Exploration of Ancient Greek Religion, by John Ferguson. Cult sites, etc.
Mugar Reference XBL 782 F47 1989

Ausfuhrliches Lexikon der Griechischen und Romischen Mythologie, by Wilhelm Roscher, 1884-1937, 3 vols in 6. Comprehensive coverage with scholarly articles, references, and illustrations. Cited frequently in earlier publications. Superseded now by the Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae.
BL 715 E84

Bulfinch’s Mythology: The Age of Fable or Stories of the Gods and Goddesses

Census of Antique Works of Art and Architecture Known in the Renaissance
Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Two databases: Antique Monuments and Renaissance Documents. Also searchable by Location, Person, Date, Style, Inscription, and Bibliography.

Classical Myth: The Ancient Sources, by Laurel Bowman, Department of Greek and Roman Studies, University of Victoria, Canada. Sections include: the Olympian gods: images and texts; attributes in iconography; time line of Greek history and literature; and other useful sites.

Classical Mythology, by Mark Morford. Illustrations.
Mugar Reference XBL 722 M67 1995

Classical Mythology: A Very Short Introduction, by Helen Morales.  Oxford University Press, 2007.

 

Classical Myths and Legends in the Middle Ages and Renaissance: A Dictionary of Allegorical Meanings,

by H. David Brumble. Most entries cite classical sources. Quotations from material in Latin, Greek, Italian, French, Dutch, German, and Spanish are translated into English. Each entry presents the allegorical tradition in chronological order. Figures without separate entries may be found in the Index. There are appendices covering music, envying the animals, and bestialization. Includes an annotated bibiliography of primary sources and a bibliography of secondary sources.
Mugar Reference XPN 669 B78 1998

Dictionary of Classical Mythology, by Pierre Grimal. Maps, genealogical tables; ancient references listed separately; index.
Mugar Reference XBL 715 G713 1985

Dictionary of Classical Mythology: Symbols, Attributes, and Associations, by Robert Bell. Thematic arrangement; cross references by names.
Mugar Reference XBL 715 B44 1982

Dictionnaire Culturel de la Mythologie Greco-Romaine, by Sandrina Agusta-Boularot. References to language, literature, art, music, and cinema.
Mugar Reference XBL 715 D53 1992

Early Greek Myth: A Guide to Literary and Artistic Sources, by Timothy Gantz.
Mugar Reference XBL 782 G34 1993

Epithetic Phrases for the Homeric Gods: Repertory of the Descriptive Expressions for the Divinities of our Iliad and Odyssey, by James Dee.
Mugar Reference XPA 4209 D4 1994

Folklore and Mythology Electronic Texts, by D.L. Ashliman, University of Pittsburgh. 800 original texts and links to other collections. Generally arranged alphabetically by folktale motif.

Gods, Heroes, and Monsters: A Sourcebook of Greek, Roman, and Near Eastern Myths in Translation, ed. Carolina Lopez-Ruiz.
Mugar Reference XBL312.L66 2014

Greek Mythology Link by Carlos Parada.

Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae (LIMC), ed. Hans Christoph, 18 vols. Includes Greek, Roman, and Etruscan mythology. Articles include literary sources and catalogues of works of art depicting the subject. Arranged alphabetically by personage. Separate text and plate volumes. Two index volumes.
Mugar Reference XN 7760 L49 1981  For a selection of images, see:

Foundation for the Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologicae Classicae (LIMC).  This database provides images from LIMC.  Please note:  “For copyright reasons the access to the images is restricted to images from institutions which have given permission for inclusion in this database.”

Meridian Handbook of Classical Mythology, ed. Edward Tripp, 1970. Ancient literary sources included.
Mugar Reference XBL 303 T75 1974

Motif-Index of Folk-Literature: A Classification of Narrative Elements in Folktales, Ballads, Myths, Fables, Mediaeval Romances, Exempla Fabliaux, Jest-Books, and Local Legends, by Stith Thompson, 6 vols.
Mugar Reference XGR 67 F55

Oxford Guide to Classical Mythology in the Arts, by Jane Reid, 2 vols. Each entry provides a description of the mythological figure and its representations in art, music, dance, and literature with references to a list of sources where more information may be found.
Mugar Reference XNX 650 M9 R45 1993

Past Ruined Ilion: A Bibliography of English and American Literature Based on Greco-Roman Mythology, by Jeanetta Boswell. 18th-, 19th-, 20th-century works listed alphabetically by author; commentaries. Mythological subject index.
Mugar Reference XZ 2011 B67 1982

Place Names in Classical Mythology: Greece, by Robert Bell, 1988. Mainland Greece only. Alphabetical by ancient geographical name with modern name in parentheses; summaries of myths including ancient literary sources. Indexes of modern names and mythological “personae.”
Mugar Reference XDF 45 1988

Recent Studies in Myths and Literature: 1970-1990, by Bernard Accardi. Classical, British, and American literature. Subject Index.
Mugar Reference XA 2014 M985 R4 1991

Women of Classical Mythology, by Robert Bell.
Mugar Reference XBL 745 B445 1991

World of Classical Myth: Gods and Goddesses, Heroines and Heroes, by Carl Ruck.
Mugar Reference XBL 722 R83 1994

Who’s Who in Classical Mythology, by Michael Grant. Well-illustrated with examples from ancient and European art; selected genealogical trees.
Mugar Reference XBL 715 G68 1973

Topography

Bildlexikon zur Topographie des antiken Attika, by John Travlos. Essays, photographs, maps, site plans, architectural drawings, extensive bibliographies.
Mugar Reference XDF 261 A8 T74 1988

Lexicon topographicum urbis Romae, by Eva Margareta Steinby. Six volumes. Entries include critical references, cross references, and bibliography notes. Some illustrations. Bibliography.
Mugar: Reference X DG63 .L49 1993

Lexicon topographicum urbis Romae : Suburbium, by Adriano La Regina. Five volumes.
Mugar Folio DG63 .L493 2001

Lexicon topographicum urbis Romae. Supplementum II, by Filippo Coarelli.
Mugar: Reference X DG65 .L48 2004

Lexicon topographicum urbis Romae: Supplementum III: Archeologia e topografia della regione II (Celio) : un aggiornamento sessant’anni dopo Colini, by Carlo Pavolini.
Mugar: Reference X DG65 .P38 2006

New Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome, by Lawrence Richardson. Alphabetical arrangement of entries. Longer entries include bibliographies and ancient literary references. Illustrations and site plans. Chronological list of dated monuments.  See also the Digital Roman Forum.
Mugar Reference XDG 68 R5 1992

Pictorial Dictionary of Ancient Athens, by John Travlos. Plates, articles, building and site diagrams, references.
Mugar Reference XNA 280 F71 1971

Pictorial Dictionary of Ancient Rome, by Ernest Nash, 2 vols. Plates, articles, building and site diagrams, references. For longer descriptions, chronological index, and ancient literary sources, see Samuel Platner, Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome (XDG 16 F29).
Mugar Reference XNA 310 F68 1968

Topographical dictionary of ancient Rome, by Samuel Ball Platner, completed and revised by Thomas Ashby. Superseded by the Lexicon Topographicum Urbis Romae.
Mugar: Reference X DG16 .F29

Web Sites

 

Antiquarian Slide Show

Classical Art Research Centre and The Beazley Archive, University of Oxford. Additional websites are listed under relevant subjects, e.g., Encyclopedias.

Ancient City of Athens (images)

A publication of The Stoa: A Consortium for Electronic Publication in the Humanities , 2004

Ancient Greek World (virtual gallery)
University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

Land and Time, Daily Life, Religion and Death, Economy, etc.

Beazley Archive

Donna Kurtz, Reader in Classical Archaeology and Fellow of Wolfson College, Oxford University, and Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, England. Based on Sir John Beazley’s personal archive of materials related to the study of classical art and archaeology. Online collections include Athenian pottery, sculpture casts, and gems.

Boston University Department of Classical Studies

Programs, directories, overview of the undergraduate and graduate programs.

Cambridge Companion to Ancient Greek Law

Michael Gagarin and David Cohen. BU

Citing Electronic Sources

Learning Page, American Memory, Library of Congress. Suggested citations with examples for various media. Includes list of Web sites providing additional citation guidelines.

Digital Roman Forum.  University of California Los Angeles. a digital model of the Roman Forum as it appeared in late antiquity.   Browse by primary source (ancient authors), by function, and by monument type.  Resources include excerpts from Lawrence Richardson, A New Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992.  Mugar Library DG68 R5 1992

Diotima

Resources for the study of women in the ancient world.

Dr. J’s Illustrated Guide to the Classical World

Janice Siegel, Temple University. Sites of Greece.

Electronic Resources for Classicists: The Second Generation

Maria C. Pantelia, University of California, Irvine. Comprehensive annotated directory including links to classical resources, databases and web projects, publishers and journals, bibliographical indexes, bibliographies, images, e-text archives, course materials, professional organizations, etc.

Evaluating Information found on the Internet. Johns Hopkins University Libraries.
Internet Classics Archive

Daniel C. Stevenson, Web Atomics. 441 works of classical literature representing 59 authors. Searchable and browsable.

Latin Library: Classics Page.
Library of Congress Classics Pages Tree Directory
Early Photography in Greece and the Mediterranean

Getty Research Institute. ” The [ Gary Edwards Collection] consists of over one thousand photographs, stereographs, cartes-de visite, glass diapositives, and photographically-illustrated books. Among the earliest images are a number of calotypes and salted-paper prints created before 1859, pre-1860 stereo cards, and nearly two hundred and fifty are albumen prints dating to before 1870. The collection is notable for the rarity of many of the large-format photographs and for the comprehensive representation of photographers who were active in Greece in the nineteenth century. ”

Imago Urbis: Giuseppe Vasi’s Grand Tour of Rome and Interactive Nolli Map Website

Jim Tice and Erik Steiner, University of Oregon

Perseus Project

Gregory Crane, Editor-in-Chief, Classics Department, Tufts University.
“…an evolving digital library of resources for the study of the ancient world and beyond.” Begun as a collection of textual and visual materials on the Archaic and Classical Greek world, it now contains Latin texts and tools and Renaissance materials. Features include Texts and TranslationsToolsArt and Archaeology Catalogs for architecture, sites, coins, vases, and sculpture.

Society for Late Antiquity

Ralph Mathieson, University of South Carolina. Directory of Web sites covering all aspects of late antiquity.

Speculum Romanae Magnificentia. “Collection of engravings of Rome and Roman antiquities, the core of which consists of prints published by Antonio Lafreri and gathered under a title page he printed in the mid-1570’s. University of Chicago Library.” Subject Index.
Voice of the Shuttle: Classical Studies

Alan Liu, University of California, Santa Barbara. Links arranged by the categories: general classics resources; language resources; archaeology and art; history and culture; literature; mythology; philosophy; journals; listservs and newsgroups; classics departments, programs, and associations; course syllabi; conferences, calls for papers.

Guide Author

Ruth Thomas, Classics Bibliographer, Mugar Memorial Library, rthomas@bu.edu, 617-353-3770