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Ancient Rome: Literature
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A Bibliographic Guide to Vergil`s Aeneid by Shirley Werner "It would be folly to try to list everything written on or relevant to the Aeneid, and this bibliography does not pretend to do so. Nevertheless, as I contemplate the dangers of thoroughness on the one hand, and arbitrary selectiveness on the other, it seems to me best to steer cautiously closer to the former. Many items still need to be added. My focus is contemporary, but no time limit was imposed." [Rome] [Literary Resources]

A Glossary of Rhetorical Terms with Examples From Kentucky Classics [Rome] [Literary Resources]

Aemilius Paulus This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Agesilaus This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Agis This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Alcibiades This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Alcibiades With Coriolanus (Comparison) This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Alexander This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources]

Antony This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Aratus This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Aristides This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Artaxerxes This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Caesar This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Caius Gracchus This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Caius Marius This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Camillus This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Cato The Younger This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Cicero This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Cimon This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Classical Studies Resources & General Links Created by librarian Mike Madin [Rome] [Literary Resources]

Classical Texts from the University of Washington Including the works of Apuleius, Ausonius, Caesar, Catullus, Cicero, Horace, Livy, Nepos, Ovid, Propertius, Prudentius, Sallust, Tibullus, and Vergil. [Rome] [Literary Resources]

Cleomenes This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Crassus With Nicias (Comparison) This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Demetrius And Antony (Comparison) This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Demosthenes And Cicero (Comparison) This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Dion And Brutus (Comparison) This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Egeria & The Liturgy of Jerusalem Hypertext version developed by Michael Frasier, Department of Theology, University of Durham. [Rome] [Literary Resources]

Fabius With Pericles (Comparison) This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Greek and Latin Classics Internet Resources "Welcome to the Library of Congress Greek and Latin Classics Internet Resources Page. Here you will find links to resources for Classics and certain related disciplines (Medi¾val Studies, Renaissance Studies, Patristics, etc.) on the Internet. [Rome] [Literary Resources]

Index of Images from Vergil MSS VAT. lat. 3225 and 3867. [Rome] [Literary Resources]

Labyrinth Library: Latin Texts This page is filled with classical Latin texts and influential Greek texts. [Rome] [Literary Resources]

Loeb Classical Library [Rome] [Literary Resources]

Lucullus With Cimon (Comparison) This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Ludus Sanae Mentis Latin Page Latin Texts [Rome] [Literary Resources]

Lysander With Sylla (Comparison) This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Numa With Lycurgus (Comparison) This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Numa With Lycurgus (Comparison) This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Pagina domestica P. Vergili Maronis Vergil's Home Page Links to Vergil sites of all sorts..... [Rome] [Literary Resources]

Pelopidas With Marcellus (Comparison) This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Philopoemen With Flamininus (Comparison) This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Pompey With Agesilaus (Comparison) This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Poplicola With Solon (Comparison) This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Project Libellus "Welcome to project Libellus, an ongoing attempt to provide a library of classical Latin (and Greek) texts with minimal redistribution restrictions. The archive is physically located at the University of Washington, Seattle, and is currently being run by Konrad Schroder and Owen Ewald." [Rome] [Literary Resources]

Read classical authors on-line! Page maintained by John R. Lenz at Drew University [Rome] [Literary Resources]

Resources for Greek and Latin Classics from the Library of Congress The Library of Congress Resources for Greek and Latin Classics Page. Here you will find information about the Library's resources for Classical Studies, and links to resources available on the Internet. [Rome] [Literary Resources]

Romulus With Theseus (Comparison) This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Sertorius With Eumenes (Comparison) This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

The Aeneid of Virgil Anonymous Translation. This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources]

The American Society of Greek and Latin Epigraphy "This is the home page of the American Society of Greek and Latin Epigraphy." [Rome] [Literary Resources]

The Georgics by Virgil Translated by John Dryden. This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources]

The Internet Classics Archive "WELCOME to the Internet Classics Archive, an award-winning, searchable collection of almost 400 classical Greek and Roman texts (in English translation) with user-provided commentary." [Rome] [Literary Resources]

The VERGILProject The Vergil Project is a collaborative enterprise dedicated to collecting, creating, and disseminating resources for teaching and research about Vergil. Its main goal is to develop an on-line, interactive hypertext database of all materials that might be of interest to any student of Vergil, from the novice to the professional scholar, from the passionate amateur to the casual browser. The purpose of this resource is to facilitate the study and enjoyment of Vergil's poetry and to make it freely accessible to the widest possible audience. [Rome] [Literary Resources]

Tiberius And Caius Gracchus With Agis And Cleome(Comparison) This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literary Resources] [Plutarch]

Timoleon With Aemilius Paulus (Comparison) This work is provided bythe Internet Classics Archive [Rome] [Literature] [Plutarch]

Virgil.org A very useful collection of links and resources by David Wilson-Okamura. Copyright © 1998 David Wilson-Okamura. [Rome] [Literary Resources]

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