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Classics--Latin & Greek Resources


Greek

  1. A clearinghouse of information regarding IB Latin & Greek, AP Latin and other topics that are important to Latin and Greek educators provided by the National Committee for Latin and Greek

  2. Ancient Greek Tutorial Site of the Department of Classics of the University of California, Berkeley, a project of Professor Donald Mastronarde and the Berkeley Language Center

  3. Armarium Labyrinthi. Labyrinth Latin Bookcase. A mega link to hundreds of other links for scholars of Greek and/or Latin.

  4. Classics Materials. This is a mega link that takes you to hundreds of further links to excellent materials for students of the classics

  5. Classics Websites. This is probably one of the most comprehensive classical megalinks page to be found on the internet

  6. Department of Greek and Latin, University College London. Lots of resources

  7. Dr. J's Illustrated Guide to the classical world

  8. Differences Between Classical and Hellenistic Greek

  9. Greek Drama and Culture

  10. Greek & latin resources from the University of London

  11. Greek English and English Greek online word translation

  12. Greek Font Display Help from the Perseus Site

  13. Greek from Homework Helper. (Slow link)

  14. Greek Grammar on the web. This is the electronic gateway to the study of ancient greek. Many students of greek may find that this site meets all their requirements. Scroll the page and follow the links

  15. Greek literature links from BUBL

  16. Greek Prose Style. Home Page for Greek 701 at CUNY. It has : Greek texts, bibliography, ancient criticism, an essay on Loose and Periodic Style, and more

  17. Greek Spellchecker

  18. LatinTeach, a site for teachers of Latin, parents students and all others who have a love of latin. There is a phenomenal selection of resources here for students of both Latin and Greek

  19. Olga's Gallery Ancient Greek and Roman Myths Index

  20. Online dictionary for students of Greek from the Perseus Site

  21. Portal of Classics education. Free teaching and learning materials, systems, and applications developed by teachers for teachers (and students, too). These resources are updated two-or-more times weekly by the contributions of educators from around the world. Online assignments, glossaries and more. Follow the links on the left of the page

  22. The Perseus Digital Library. It's aim is to bring a wide range of source materials to as large an audience as possible. Click on the Classics link

  23. This page currently lists 275 resources for 75 Latin and 64 Greek authors. Most of the authors belong to the Greek and Roman classical antiquity, but some medieval and Neo-Latin writers are also included.

 

Latin

  1. A clearinghouse of information regarding IB Latin & Greek, AP Latin and other topics that are important to Latin and Greek educators provided by the National Committee for Latin and Greek

  2. Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar for Schools and Colleges from the Perseus Site

  3. An Electronic Library of latin literature with virtual commentary--The Romulus Project

  4. Armarium Labyrinthi. Labyrinth Latin Bookcase. A mega link to hundreds of other links for scholars of Greek and/or Latin.

  5. Classical Latin from Carrie, A full text electronic Library

  6. Classics Materials. This is a mega link that takes you to hundreds of further links to excellent materials for students of the classics

  7. Classics Websites. This is probably one of the most comprehensive classical megalinks page to be found on the internet

  8. Declension of Latin Nouns

  9. Department of Greek and Latin, University College London. Lots of resources

  10. Dr. J's Illustrated Guide to the classical world

  11. Elementary and Intermediate Latin Readers

  12. Elementary Latin at Loyola and Beyond. Good links also.

  13. English to Latin or latin to english translation

  14. Greek & latin resources from the University of London

  15. Jiskha Homework Help Foreign Languages Center Follow the Link

  16. Latin Culture Resources

  17. Latin from Homework Helpers

  18. Latin primary texts currently availablein English and Latin on the Perseus site

  19. Latin to English dictionary

  20. Latin Resources such as the Bibless, Grammatical and Lexical Aids and more

  21. Latin Resources selected by the Omaha Public Schools based on their relevance to their curriculum needs

  22. LatinTeach, a site for teachers of Latin, parents students and all others who have a love of latin. There is a phenomenal selection of resources here for students of both larin and greek

  23. Latin Teaching Materials at St. Louis University. Many teachers of Latin may decide that this site meets all their classroom requirements

  24. Latin Translation Programme. The aim of of the ISEB programmeis to allow beginners to practise Latin Translation with as much help as needed a mere key-stroke away

  25. Latin Vocabulary Tutorial

  26. Medieval Literature. This site has a Christian ethos

  27. Olga's Gallery Ancient Greek and Roman Myths Index

  28. Online dictionary for students of Latin from the Perseus Site

  29. Other Latin Resources on the Web

  30. Portal of Classics education. Free teaching and learning materials, systems, and applications developed by teachers for teachers (and students, too). These resources are updated two-or-more times weekly by the contributions of educators from around the world. Online assignments, glossaries and more. Follow the links on the left of the page

  31. "Recentiores: Later Latin Texts and Contexts" is a monograph series published by the University of Michigan Press embracing all aspects of post-classical Latin culture

  32. Related Latin Pedagogy Sites. This is a mega link to loads of other links on teaching Latin, literature, resources and much more

  33. Remember your Prayers, in Latin, or the Commandments and much more?

  34. Series of drill programmes which are intended to assist students of Latin (particulary those using Wheelock's text

  35. The Latin Page. The Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures,Appalachian State University, maintains the Spanish page

  36. The Perseus Digital Library. It's aim is to bring a wide range of source materials to as large an audience as possible. Click on the Classics link

  37. This page currently lists 275 resources for 75 Latin and 64 Greek authors. Most of the authors belong to the Greek and Roman classical antiquity, but some medieval and Neo-Latin writers are also included.

  38. This page points to the complete Latin text of Augustine's Confessions, one book at a time

  39. Visit the Vatican

 

 

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