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Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar, Table of Contents 
Classical Text Editor (for-sale Windows "word-processor designed specially for critical editions. Up to a dozen apparatus, supports building sigla for groups of text-witnesses") (Stefan Hagel)
Computer Programs for Latin (Joke van de Plassche, Edwin Bos)
Dictionary of Medieval Latin from Celtic Sources (Royal Irish Academy)
The Electronic Thesaurus Linguae Latinae ("the only dictionary to attempt to comprehend the entire Latin language. Its chronological termini reach from the third century B.C. to A.D. 600, including both literary texts and documentary evidence [inscriptions, etc.]") (Consortium for Latin Lexicography)
Greek and Latin Language Resources (The Stele)
Images of Orality and Literacy in Greek Iconography of the Fifth, Fourth and Third Centuries BCE (James O'Donnell)
Latin Bookmarks (Dept. of Foreign Languages, U. Toledo)
Latin Dictionaries (bibliography of works in the Stanford U. Green Library; no links to online dictionaries) (John Rawlings, Stanford U.)
Latin Teaching Materials at Saint Louis U. (Claude Pavur, Saint Louis U.)
Lingua Latina (Latin grammar drill program)
Wordbase Greek (shareware "program that helps you learn Greek, specially designed for New Testamental Greek"; for Windows 95/NT) (Dag Kihlman)

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