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Ancient Greece: Classical Studies
Greek Classical Studies and Projects

Ancient Greece As part of the larger textbook, World Cultures, Ancient Greece is a learning module on ancient Greek history, philosophy and culture. It is designed as a research textbook, that is, it is designed for students to approach general problems in a research oriented manner rather than as a straight line textbook. This module is currently part of the course, General Education 110: World Civilizations to 1500, taught at Washington State University by Richard Hooker.

EAWC: Ancient Greece Exploring Ancient World Cultures. Aristophanes' Lysistrata, Plato's Euthyphro, Plato's Apology, Plato's Crito, Selections from Aristotle's Politics, Plato and His Dialogues, Greek Mythology Quiz, Chronology, Essays, Images, Internet Sites, Texts

Greek Literature The Greek Word - Three Millennia of Greek Literature. Before Plato (12? - 5th c. B.C.) Homer ; Hesiod ; Orphica ; Archilochus ; Sappho ; Alcaeus ; Anaximander ; Xenophanes ; Heraclitus ; Parmenides ; Empedocles ; Anaxagoras Classical Era (5Th - 4Th C. B.C.) Aeschylus ; Sophocles ; Euripides ; Thucydides ; Herodotus ; Aristophanes ; Plato ; Aristotle Hellenistic Era (4Th - 1St C. B.C.) The Greek Old Testament (Septuagint) New Testament Era (1St - 3Rd C. A.D.) The New Testament ; Epistle To Diognetus ; Ignatius Theophorus ; Clement Of Alexandria ; Origen ; Plotinus Byzantium (4Th - 15Th C. A.D.) Athanasius The Great ; Gregory The Theologian ; Basil The Great ; Gregory Of Nyssa ; Macarius The Great ; Ecumenical Synods : The Symbol Of Faith ; Cyril Of Alexandria ; Proclus ; Romanos Melodos ; Dionysius The Areopagite ; Maximus Confessor ; Peter Damascene ; Symeon The New Theologian ; Gregory Palamas ; Nicholas Cabasilas ; Manuel Ii Palaeologus ; Gennadius Scholarius Modern Era (18Th - 20Th C. A.D.) Dionysios Solomos ; Cavafy ; Papatsonis

Greek Music and Lyrical Poetry Music of Ancient Greeks - Early Epic and Lyrical Poetry. Audio, original Greek texts, and English translations. Anacreon: My lyre sings only songs of love; Simonides: Danae and Perseus; Alcman: Bucolic; Simonides: There is a saying about virtue; Tyrtaeus: Spartan march; Homer: Iliad-Sing oh goddess the perilous wrath of Achilles; Archilochos: Oh soul; Orphic hymn: In praise of Justice; Sappho: Ode to Aphrodite; Alcaeus: Winter; Mimnermos: Short-lived is treasured youth; Homer: Odyssey - Calypso and Ulysses; Hesiod: Rough is the road to happiness; Bacchylides: Great gifts, peace brings to mortals; Solon: Eunomia

Greek Mythic History A Euhemerist Analysis of the Greek Myths as part of a historical record.
PREFACE: Euhemerus and Euhemerism
Chapter 1: The Heroes and their Deeds
Chapter 2: Women in Various Roles
Chapter 3: Domestication of Animals
Chapter 4: The Development of Agriculture
Chapter 5: Medicine and Pharmacopoeia
Chapter 6: The Discovery and Use of Metals
Chapter 7: Homo Faber: Man the Inventor
Chapter 8: The Beginnings of Trade and Economics
Chapter 9: Influences From the Near East
Chapter 10: Cult, Belief and Religion
Chapter 11: Psychology and the Inner Mind
Chapter 12: Land and Climate

Greek Mythology Link The Greek Mythology Link is a collection of the Greek myths written online by Carlos Parada.

GreekTexts in Perseus Primary Texts: Aeschines | Aeschylus | Andocides | Antiphon | Apollodorus | Aristophanes | Aristotle | Bacchylides | Demades | Demosthenes | Dinarchus | Diodorus Siculus | Euclid | Euripides | Herodotus | Hesiod | Homer | Homeric Hymns | Hyperides | Isaeus | Isocrates | Josephus | Lycurgus | Lysias | Pausanias | Pindar | Plato | Plutarch | Pseudo-Xenophon | Sophocles | Strabo | Thucydides | Xenophon

Lives of the Ten Orators 1. Antiphon 2. Andocides 3. Lysias 4. Isocrates 5. Isaeus 6. Aeschines 7. Lycurgus 8. Demosthenes 9. Hyperides 10. Dinarchus; Decrees Proposed to the Athenians. Scanned by Agathon (RSB) from the University of Washington's copy of Plutarch's Lives and Writings, ed. by A.H. Clough and William W. Goodwin, with an introd. by Ralph Waldo Emerson. London: Simpkin, Hamilton, Kent & Co., Ltd. [1914?], vol. 5.

Online Medieval and Classical Library (OMACL) The Online Medieval and Classical Library (OMACL) is a collection of some of the most important literary works of Classical and Medieval civilization. Get your OMACL gear and let your love of classical and medieval literature show!

Perseus Project Comprehensive ancient Greek website with over 15,000 images.

The Ancient Greek World The Ancient Greek World virtual gallery at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.

The Barrington Atlas The Barrington Atlas, created by the Classical Atlas Project (now, the Ancient World Mapping Center), is a reference work of permanent value. It has an exceptionally broad appeal to everyone worldwide with an interest in ancient Greeks and Romans, the lands they penetrated, and the peoples and cultures they encountered in Europe, North Africa and Western Asia. Scholars and libraries should all find it essential, although it is not just for them. It is also for students, travelers and lovers of fine cartography.

The International Plutarch Society The Society exists to further the study of Plutarch and his various writings and to encourage scholarly communication between those working on Plutarchan studies.

The Internet Classics Archive 441 works of classical literature by 59 different authors.

The Olympian Gods Extensive collection of images and texts concerning the major figures of Greek and Roman mythology.

The Suda Online Project (SOL). The Suda On Line project engages the efforts of scholars world-wide in the translation and annotation of a substantial text that is being made available exclusively through the internet. Beginning with the Byzantine encyclopedia known as the Suda, a 10th century CE compilation of material on ancient literature, history, and biography. A massive work of about 30,000 entries, and written in sometimes dense Byzantine Greek prose, the Suda is an invaluable source for many details that would otherwise be unknown to us about Greek and Roman antiquity, as well as an important text for the study of Byzantine intellectual history.

Tony's Classic Page Greek History, Classical Texts, and links of Military and Historical Interest.

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