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American Classical League 
Ancient Greek and Roman Libraries (Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
Ancient Greek Sites on the World-Wide Web (a wide range of resources under the following four meta-topics: Authors & Texts; Art & Images; Resources & Topics; Maps & Geography) (Bob Fisher)
The Ancient World on TV (David Meadows, McMaster U.)
The Ancient World Web (Julia Hayden)
Anglistik, Romanistik, Klassische Philologie (German-language metapage of resources for English, Romance-language, and classical language and literary studies) (Armin Fingerhut)
Bibliotheca Classica Selecta (in French)
Cambridge U. Faculty of Classics: Outbound Links Gateway 
Classical and Biblical Literature Research Tools (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
Classical Backpacking in Greece ("designed for students of all ages who wish to visit the archaeological sites of Ancient Greece"; includes detailed site guides with illustrations and links)
Classics at Oxford 
Classics On-Line Course Database (browse or search an extensive set of links to Classics courses; also, add your Classics course to the list) (Classics Teaching and Technology Subcommittee)
The Classics Page at Ad Fontes Academy
Homepage of the Classics Page at Ad Fontes Academy 
The Classics Page at Ad Fontes Academy 
The Latin Library at Ad Fontes Academy 
Classics Technology Center ("repository of practical tools, for educators and other classicists, to enhance the use of computer technology in Classics education") (AbleMedia)
Cultural Map of Hellas (image-map interface to museums, archaeological sites or monuments; also has search engine) (Hellenic Ministry of Culture)
Homepage (Chalice Yehling)
Diotima: Women & Gender in the Ancient World 
Dr. Shaw's Humanities and Classics Page (Edward A. Shaw, U. Central Florida)
Electronic Resources for Classicists: The Second Generation (Maria C. Pantelia, U. New Hampshire)
Electronic Resources for Classicists: The Second Generation (links arranged by topic) (Maria C. Pantelia, U. California, Irvine)
Exploring Ancient World Cultures: Greece (U. Evansville)
Exploring Ancient World Cultures: The Roman Empire (U. Evansville)
HUMBUL Gateway to Classics (Oxford U.)
Internet Classics Archive (Daniel C. Stevenson)
Latin Bookmarks (Dept. of Foreign Languages, U. Toledo)
Library of Congress Greek and Latin Classics Internet Resources
Classics Links of Broad Scope 
Links to Fields and to Resources by Type 
Universities, Colleges, Schools 
Loeb Classical Library (publisher's abstracts and ordering info) (Harvard U. Press)
Maecenas: Images of Ancient Greece and Rome (photographs by Leo C. Curran, SUNY Buffalo; may be used for any non-commercial purpose)
Medicina Antiqua / Ancient Medicine ("Greco-Roman medicine and medical thought from Mycenaean times until the fall of the Roman empire") (Jason Davies, U. College, London)
Michigan Classics Server 
The On-Line Audio-Visual Resources for Classics Database (comprehensive hyperlinked survey of audio-visual resources available for the teacher of classics) (Janice Siegel, Hampden-Sydney C., VA)
Perseus Project (multimedia library of ancient Greek texts and archaeology; includes online Greek texts in English or Greek, either for download or broken into small browsable chunks; also, info about the Perseus CD-ROM project)
The Prima Luce Award ("The Prima Luce Award, sponsored by the Maryland Junior Classical League, is presented monthly to a website whose content is of educational and entertaining interest to students of the Classics [Latin & Greek]")
Kurt A. Raaflaub, "Teaching the Classics Some Thoughts on Teaching Ancient History" 
Rassegna degli Strumenti Informatici per lo Studio dell'Antichità Classica (in Italian) (Alessandro Cristofori)
Recursos del Mundo Clasico en Internet (RMCI) (gateway for classical studies on the Internet; in Spanish) (Cristobal Macias and Jose Luis Jimenez)
Resources of Scholarly Societies - Classical Studies (U. Waterloo)
RomanSites: A Catalog of Websites on Roman Antiquity (extensive site) (Bill Thayer)
ROMARCH List Outbound Links 
Silver Mountain Software (software and fonts for classical and religious studies)
U. Erlangen Resources For Classical Philology on the Internet (in German)
U. Michigan Classics and Mediterranean Archaeology Page (extensive metapage)
VRoma: A Virtual Community for the Teaching of Classics (project funded by the NEH Teaching with Technologry grant program with two key elements: "1) a virtual forum ("VRoma"), a multi-user networked environment (MOO/web server) built upon a spatial and cultural metaphor of ancient Rome wh
White Trash Scriptorium ("Salve, hospes! Gaudeo quod huc advenisti. Habe tibi libros qui subsunt"; info, links, and chat for the Latin-literate)
WordHoard (an application for the "empirical and computer-assisted study of large bodies of written texts or transcribed speech"; "texts are annotated or tagged by morphological, lexical, prosodic, and narratological criteria [and] mediated through a 'digital page' or user interface that lets scholarly but non-technical users explore the greatly increased query potential of textual data kept in such a form"; "currently includes all of early Greek epic, all of Chaucer [via Larry Benson's Glossarial Concordance to the Riverside Chaucer], Spenser's Faerie Queene, and all of Shakespeare in a version derived from the Globe Shakespeare") (Northwestern U. Departments of Classics & English / Northwestern U. Academic Technologies)

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