Ancient Greece: Resources
Alexander the Great on the Web
Small directory of links.
[People in History]
American Classical League
Devoted to the study of Greek and Latin classical literature. Univ. of Michigan
Ancient Greek Music
Stefan Hagel, Austrian Academy of Sciences
(meta-index) Malaspina Univ.
Aspects in Ancient Medicine, Univ. of Virginia
Chris Rorres, Drexel Univ.
Barry Powell`s Classical Myth
gateway for Classical Myth
Bureaucrats and Barbarians
Richard Hooker, Washington State Univ.
Classical Mythology, Sixth Edition, continues to build on its best-selling tradition of focusing on the literary tradition of Greek and Roman mythology through extensive translations of original mythological sources. Morford and Lenardon, Longman Publishing [Greece] [Resources]
Classics and Mediterranean Archaeology
This page collects links to internet resources of interest to classicists and Mediterranean archaeologists.
John-Gabriel Bodard, Univ. of Reading
Classics Technology Center
(Quick Start) CTS/AbleMedia
Classics Technology Center
(Teachers' Companions) CTS/AbleMedia
Classics Web Site of Pomoerium
Excellent resource. Ryszard Pankiewicz
Construction and Use of Ancient Greek Poppets
Daughters of Demeter
Demeter`s Olympian world was a patriarchal one, governed by Zeus, "father of gods and men." But in her myth, Demeter successfully resists the arbitrary and tyrannical exercise of patriarchal power, circumscribes her own areas of potency and authority, and celebrates her affinity with other female divinities. Similarly, the women of ancient Greece inhabited a polis ("city-state") which was governed by male authority, but in whose social, economic, and religious dimensions they participated actively. Marilyn A. Katz, Wesleyan Univ.
Diotima (Women & Gender)
Univ. of Kentucky
Electronic Resources for Classicists
Maria Pantelia, U.C., Irvine
Essays, Lectures, and Articles on Ancient Greece
Foundation of the Hellenic World
Greek Cultural Institution
From the Iliad to the Fall of the Last Tyrant
Greek Mythology: X.M. Stewart
Genealogical Guide to Greek Mythology
Carlos Parada, Brown Univ.
Greek Alphabet Table
This table gives the Greek letters, their names, equivalent English letters, and tips for pronouncing those letters which are pronounced differently from the equivalent English letters. (There are actually several acceptable ways to pronounce New Testament Greek.
Greek Drama and Culture
A survey of ancient Greek drama and the society that produced it. The course will examine a representative sample of the major plays of the tragedians Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides, as well as the comic playwright Aristophanes. Among the topics considered will be: the tragic and comic festivals, tragedy's relationship with Athenian democracy, the nature of Greek theaters and ancient theatrical production techniques, reeligion and drama, women and tragedy, tragic and comic heroism, myth and tragedy, and the legacy of Greek tragedy in the modern world. Plays to be read include the Oresteia, Bacchae, Medea, Frogs and Ajax. Dr. Robin Mitchell-Boyask, Associate Professor of Classics.
GreekMythology.com has information on all subjects of Greek Mythology, including details on Greek Gods and Greek Goddesses, Greek Myths and Greek Heroes like Achilles and Hercules. It also has full text of Greek Mythology and Literature books. You can freely use all information in this site for term papers, research papers, college essays and homework papers.
Greek Mythology and Heroic Legend
Micha Lindemans, Encyclopedia Mythica
Final Course Papers, Classics 189, Tufts University
Hellenic Ministry of Culture, Univ. of Patras
Hellenistic Greek Linguistics
Focus on Ancient Greek Language and Linguistics
For the study of Ancient Greek, you have come to the right place. From dictionaries to grammatical aids, you can find it here, where the Greek language and the field of Linguistics meet.
Hellenic, Hellenistic, and Modern Demotic Greek
While our focus is on Ancient Greek from both the Hellenic and Hellenistic (koine) periods, we are expanding. Slowly more and more resources for the study of Modern Demotic Greek are also being included.
History of Ancient Greek Music
The Greeks loved music, and made it an important part of their lives. They thought of music as a way of honoring the gods, and making the world a more human, civilized place. Unfortunately we really have no idea what Greek music sounded like, because there were no tape recorders or anything like that then, and they had no way of writing down music either.
History of Greek Dancing Links
Internet Resources: Ancient Greece
Cretan and Aegean Palace Civilizations
Mycenae and Pre-Homeric Greece
Greek Science and Mathematics
On-line Courses with Resources
Search the Web
Richard Hooker, Washington State Univ.
Look It Up (Greece)
Ross Scaife, Univ. of Kentucky
(illustrated adaptations of Greek myths) Shotwell Studios
An Annotated List of Web Bibliographies on the Ancient Greek World. The purpose of this site is to provide scholars and students interested in any aspect of the Ancient Greek World (language, literature, history, religion, mythology, art and archaeology) with useful and regularly updated links to online bibliographies in their specific domain.
Poseidon: Hellas and the Sea
Prehistoric Archaeology of the Aegean
Jeremy Rutter, Dartmouth College
Resources for Greek Art & Archaeology
[Greece] [Texts] [Authors]
Sites for the Study of Ancient History
[General] [Prehistory] [Egypt] [Mesopotamia and Syria-Israel] [Greece and Rome - Art and Archaeology] [Greece and Rome - History and Literature] [Return to Syllabus] Ronald Legon
University of Baltimore
Software Directory for the Classics
The Ancient Greek World
Univ. of Pennsylvania
The Classics Pages
The Glory That Was Greece
The Great Home Page of Alexander
Kossuth, Kelsey, and Untereker, Williams College
The Internet Classics Archive
Select from a list of 441 works of classical literature by 59 different authors, including user-driven commentary and "reader's choice" Web sites. Mainly Greco-Roman works (some Chinese and Persian), all in English translation, and more from Daniel C. Stevenson [Greece] [Resources]
The Olympian Gods
Images and Texts, Univ. of Victoria
The Perseus Project
Tour to Greece
Democritus, Univ. of Thrace
Trojan War Resources
a selection from Bulfinch's Mythology (Chapter XXVII, Part Two) which describes the Trojan War from the standpoint of Homer's Iliad. A list of resources is appended to the end of the document.
Voice of the Shuttle: Classical Studies
GENERAL CLASSICS RESOURCES, Alan Liu
Warfare in the Greek World
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