Roman Literature - texts

Library holdings:

EPH Anthologies. Fragments

38- Poetry. Satire. Elegy

55- Ennius to Dracontius

130- Poetry. Vergil

170- Horace

190- Tibullus. Propertius

220- Ovid

295- Valerius Flaccus

305- Silius Italicus

315- Statius

325- Martial

340- Juvenal

355- Calpurnius Siculus

358- Pentadius

360- Merobaudes

375- Nemesianus

390- Optatianus Porfyrius

400- Ausonius

415- Other Poets

495- Prose

600- Tragedy

705- Comedy



The portal Aristarchus, hosted at the University of Genoa groups five different web tools for classical studies: the Ancient Greek Grammarians' Lexicon; the project Poorly Attested Words in Ancient Greek; the Catalogus Philologorum Classicorum; the Catalogus Philologorum Classicorum, the web site of the Italian Centre of L'Année Philologique and the portal Mediaclassica.

Bibliotheca Academica Translationum
A searchable catalogue of all translations into any language of works of classical scholarship from 1701 (refoundation of the academie des inscriptions) to 1917 (Russian revolution).

University of Michigan Papyrus Collection

Lewis & Short Online



Classical Latin Texts
The Packard Humanities Institute's searchable collection of Latin texts--for a long time only available on CD-ROM-- is now freely accessible online

Electronic Resources for Classicists

Online Medieval and Classical Library (OMACL)
Online collection of Classical and medieval literary works.

The Internet Classics Archive

The Perseus Collection of Online Greek and Roman Texts

L’Antiquité Grecque et Latine
Online Collection of Classical Greek, Latin and Arabic literature in French translation (with original text)


Ancient Greek Tutorials 
From the University of California.

Ancient Narrative
Electronic journal; continuation of the Petronian Society Newsletter (ed. Gareth Schmeling) and the Groningen Colloquia on the Novel (eds. Heinz Hofmann and Maaike Zimmerman) [Intranet only].

The Classical Association of Great Britain

Classics Confidential
Video and podcasting site about the Classical World and the world of classicists

Moods and Tenses of New Testament Greek 
By Ernest de Witt Burton.

Pau Gilabert Barberà's web page
Includes collection of articles by Pau Gilabert Barberà Professor of the Classical Tradition at the University of Barcelona