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Ancient Texts and Epigraphy
- Perseus Greek and Latin texts in the original language and translated into English.
- LATO: Library of Ancient Texts Online - database of Greek texts and translations available on the web.
- Corpus Scriptorum Latinorum - database of Latin texts and translations available on the web.
- Bibliotheca Augustana - Latin and Greek texts, in the original and in translation, and other resources.
- PHI Latin Texts - comprehensive collection of Classical Latin texts, from the Packard Humanities Institute.
- Project Gutenberg - collection of texts and translations of both Greek and Latin works. The content is taken from books that are out of copyright, so the translations tend to be rather dated.
- Lacus Curtius - well-designed site with Greek and Latin texts and translations (many from Loeb editions).
- The Chicago Homer - Greek texts of the Iliad and Odyssey, Hesiod and the Homeric Hymns, with translations and an extensive set of tools for analysing vocabulary, word frequency and formulae.
- Hodoi Elektronikai - large collection of Greek texts, with French translations and word study tools.
- The Latin Library - an extensive collection of Latin texts.
- Sources for Late Antiquity - links to almost all the available English translations of Late Antique literature, from the Society for Late Antiquity.
- Labyrinth Latin Bookcase - links to medieval Latin texts, including the Bible.
- The Suda Online - search a Byzantine encyclopedia.
- Internet Ancient History Sourcebook - good collection of links to translations available online; some texts are available on the site itself, and there are also links to art and archaeology resources.
- Women's Life in Greece and Rome - selections from the sourcebook by Lefkowitz and Fant.
- Centre for the Study of Ancient Documents - a growing collection of resources for epigraphy, including images of inscriptions and writing-tablets.
- Packard Humanities Institute database of Greek inscriptions - very extensive collection, browseable by region and by publication, including much of Inscriptiones Graecae and other major epigraphic collections.
- Attic Inscriptions Online - collection of inscriptions from Athens and Attica, in English translation, searchable and cross-referenced to the standard epigraphic publications.
- Epigraphic Database at Heidelberg - huge database of inscriptions from the Roman Empire, mainly in Latin, along with a searchable bibliography and photographs.
- Epigraphic Database at Frankfurt - another database of Latin inscriptions, searchable by word, province and provenance (but the site is entirely in German).
- Inscripta - an e-learning resource aimed at teaching students to transcribe, transliterate and translate Romano-British inscriptions, using examples from the Great North Museum, Newcastle upon Tyne.
Papyri and other documents