Classics Department at The University of Texas at Austin
The Perseus Project is a digital library project of Tufts University that assembles digital collections of humanities resources. It is hosted by the Department of Classics at Tufts. Current collections cover Greco-Roman classics. Ancient Greek works in Perseus are stored as beta code, though they can be reformatted for display into a variety of transcription systems.
The Tech Classics Archive at MIT has English translations of over 400 works of classical literature.
Corpus Scriptorum Latinorum (CSL) is a collaborative project among scholars from a variety of disciplines with the main purpose of creating a digital library of Latin literature, spanning from the earliest epigraphic remains to the Neo-Latinists of the eighteenth century. They maintain an up-to-date catalogue of all Latin texts that are currently available online, making CSL a single, centralized resource for locating Latin literature on the internet.
The Latin Library offers full texts in Latin from the major writers. They have been drawn from various sources and are not translated.
The Beazley Archive at the University of Oxford has placed online valuable resources for Classics and Art History instructors. The Classical Dictionary contains "illustrated descriptions of characters from Greek myth, art and architectural terms, also maps and place names." The dictionary currently contains over 240 hypertext entries. The Archive also hosts a Greek/Roman Sculpture section, and a Greek Pottery text and image database with over 59,000 items. Note that, however, the database is password-protected and "use is restricted to universities, museums and other cultural institutions." Would-be users must first apply to the Database Director.
TOCS-IN (Tables of Contents of Journals of Interest to Classicists) provides tables of contents of about 160 journals of interest to classicists.
Gnomon Online offers a selection of bibliographic information for classical and archaeological literature. Not as comprehensive as the CD ROM version available in the resources page, it does, however, take special consideration for years since 2003.
LIMC Online, doesn't include the introduction pages.
Fasti Online provides a searchable database of archaeological excavations since the year 2000.
What's New in Papyrology provides recent publications of papyri & ostraca 4th BC-8th AD; conferences, lectures etc. from Papy-L and other sources as noted.
The Catalogue of Digitized Medieval Manuscripts is a University of California project which offers a simple and straightforward means to discover medieval manuscripts available on the web. The database provide links to hundreds of full text manuscripts and is expanding rapidly.
The Oath in Archaic and Classical Greece is a project of the Department of Classics, University of Nottingham, directed by Alan H. Sommerstein, and funded by the Leverhulme Trust, which has created a database of all references to oaths in Greek texts of all kinds from the earliest alphabetic inscriptions down to 322 BC.
Hispania Epigraphica Roman inscriptions from the Iberian peninsula.
Encyclopedia Mythica An online encyclopaedia of mythology which includes Greece and Rome.
Wildwind Coins was created as a reference, attribution and valuation resource in the field of ancient numismatics. The data presented here were, for the most part, gleaned from closed online auctions, so you can see for each coin the original auction description, the auction's closing date and time, and the closing price.
Numeral Converter converts back and forth between numbers and Roman numerals and dates, it also has a Roman numeral calculator on it.
The University of Notre Dame offers an online Latin Dictionary translator.
Publishing Articles A useful guides to publishing articles in a scholarly classical journal.
Electronic Resources for Classicists: The Second Generation created and maintained by Maria C. Pantelia at the University of California with numerous links to electronic resources for classicists.
NOMOI Useful links to resources on Ancient Greek Laws.
Classic Latin Texts contains essentially all Latin literary texts written before A.D. 200, as well as some texts selected from later antiquity. From Packard Humanities Institute.