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Ancient Greek (Hellenic) Sites on the World-Wide Web
Brought to you by Medea, The Musical. This site has been selected as a valuable Internet resource for Discovery Channel School's Great Books.

 

Antiquity Online:  The Ancient World
An online book by Frank Smitha.  The Ancient World:  civilizations and barbarism; philosophies and hanging religions; achievements and limitations  

 

Antisthenes - Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Profiles the Athenian philosopher, educator and founder of the Cynic philosophy. Details the foundations of ancient cynic thought.

 

Apollonius of Tyana
From the Editor, PRF Brown:  

"The work concerns the life of the philosopher-sage Apollonius of Tyana, as recorded by his 'disciple' Damis, who followed him in his journeys across the ancient world.

One truly wonders why this work has not received the attention that it deserves, and the reasons for this are partly covered by the introduction which was prepared by the translator FC Conybeare in about 1912. This article by Conybeare also provides the historical context concerning the matter of the resource materials available to Philostratus, who put together the original work over one hundred years after Apllonius lived..."

 

Classical Texts and Resources
By J. Ruebel.

Site Includes Homer:

bulletThe Iliad
bulletThe Iliad
bulletThe Odyssey

Classics and Mediterranean Archaeology
Contents of this are specifically about ancient archeology.

Website includes:

bulletTexts, Projects, Journals, Bibliographies
bulletIndexes of Links to Other Sites
bulletExhibits, Web Documents and Sources of Images
bulletField Reports and Site Specific Pages
bulletAssociations and Organizations
bulletCourse Material and Teaching Resources
Museums
bulletAtlases and Geographic Information
bulletOther Gophers, FTP Servers, and Telnet
bulletOther World Wide Web Servers

 

Cynthia Freeland's  Ancient Philosophy Web Page
This course was taught at Rice University in fall 1996; another version was taught by Professor Donald Morrison in fall 1997. You can find his fall 1997 syllabus here. This website is maintained as a record and a reference for scholars and students. Dr. Freeland's current course in ancient philosophy at the the University of Houston (Spring 1998) can be found here.

This site includes links to:

bulletThe Seven Wonders of the Ancient World
bulletThe Interpreting Ancient Manuscripts Web
bulletA gallery of Greek Philosophers' Portraits
bulletSome helpful course outlines on ancient Greek history
bulletThe Ancient City of Athens (With interesting photographs)

It also includes the following bibliographies:

The Presocratics

Plato

bullet"Platonic" Love
bulletThe Parmenides
bulletThe Timaeus

Aristotle

bulletThe Four Causes
bulletThe Metaphysics
bulletAristotle's Biology

 

Electronic Resources for Classicists
By Maria Pantelia.  Excellent, well-organized sourse.

 

Exploring Ancient World Cultures
The EAWC Internet Index tracks a variety of resources that are relevant to ancient and medieval times and that might prove useful to students and teachers who are engaged in serious study. It is divided into five sub-indices: a chronology, an essay index, an image index, an internet site index and a primary text index.

Each of these is further divided into sections, one for each of the cultures represented:

bulletNear East
bulletIndia
bulletEgypt
bulletChina
bulletGreece
bulletRome
bulletEarly Islam
bulletMedieval Europe

 

Facocchio -- History of Rome

Antonietta Aquili

The history, mostly far, is always present among us. Indeed, it is inside us. Certainly, depending on these few lines, is a pity of presumption, acquiting the task to describe a period that comprehends two thousand years. Writing much is equally a pity, so the better way is to feel however proud if, by FACOCCHIO’S TABLES we succeeded to provoke the curiosity for prosecuting alone to voyage through the huge history of Rome.

  

MIT:  Classic Archives
Sponsored in part by the MIT Program in Writing and Humanistic Studies.

Includes:

bulletSelect 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.
bulletConstruct powerful queries to search the texts provided locally and remotely. Search by work and author, as well as the entire archive.

 

Perseus Project
This is the site for ancient e-text and online research.

Site includes:

bulletAncient Greek Texts with Morphological Links to Text Tools
bulletEnglish Translations of Greek Texts in Perseus (for on-line browsing)
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bulletEnglish Word and Phrase Search
bulletOverview of Archaic and Classical Greek History by Thomas Martin
bulletEncyclopedia
bulletFrazer's summary of Apollodorus' handbook of Greek mythology
bulletGreek Grammar, by Herbert Weir Smyth
bulletLatin Grammar, by Allen & Greenough

Index of Authors include:

bulletAeschines
bulletAeschylus
bulletAndocides
bulletAntiphon
bulletApollodorus
bulletAristophanes
bulletAristotle
bulletBacchylides
bulletDemades
bulletDemosthenes
bulletDinarchus
bulletDiodorus Siculus
bulletEuclid
bulletEuripides
bulletHerodotus
bulletHesiod
bulletHomer
bulletHomeric Hymns
bulletHyperides
bulletIsaeus
bulletIsocrates
bulletJosephus
bulletLycurgus
bulletLysias
bulletPausanias
bulletPindar
bulletPlato
bulletPlutarch
bulletPseudo-Xenophon
bulletSophocles
bulletStrabo
bulletThucydides
bulletXenophon

 

Pomoerium:  Classic Philosophy Resources
This site has an extensive list of ancient and modern philosophy resources.

 

Themes of Epicureanism  

This arrangement of quotations is based upon the "Epicureanism" chapter found in The Hellenistic Philosophers, Volume I, © 1987, Cambridge University Press. Where e-texts are available, simply follow the link to look up the quotation.  

 

Thomas Martin:  Overview of Archaic and Classical Greek History
This is an excellent resource.

Contents:

bulletIntroduction to the Historical Overview in Perseus
bulletGeographical and Historical Introduction
bulletThe Early Greek Dark Age and Revival in the Near East
bulletRemaking Greek Civilization
bulletThe Archaic Age
bulletThe Late Archaic City-State
bulletIntroduction to the Fifth Century
bulletClash Between Greeks and Persians
bulletAthenian Empire in the Golden Age
bulletAthenian Religious and Cultural Life in the Golden Age
bulletContinuity and Change in Athenian Social and Intellectual History
bulletThe Peloponnesian War and Athenian Life
bulletIntroduction to the Fourth Century
bulletThe Aftermath of the Peloponnesian War
bulletNew Directions in Philosophy and Education
bulletThe Creation of Macedonian Power

 

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