General and Gateway Sites
Links to resources for students of Ancient History.
- Perseus - the largest collection of online resources for the study of Classical antiquity, including:
- Forum Romanum - a collection of online resources, including a database of Latin texts and translations available on the web.
- Lacus Curtius - a collection of resources for Roman archaeology and history, including an illustrated gazetteer of sites, numerous Latin texts and translations, the content of several major (but old) reference works, pages of links, and a do-it-yourself course in Latin epigraphy.
- Attalus - year-by-year chronicle of events in Hellenistic and Roman history, from 320 BC to the early first century BC, with links to the relevant ancient sources and an index of people and places.
- The Stoa - a site supporting several electronic publication projects.
- Theoi Project - huge site exploring Greek mythology and the gods in classical literature and art, with thousands of texts and images.
- Didaskalia - resources for the study of Greek and Roman drama, including an electronic journal and listings of productions of ancient plays.
- British Academy Portal - links to online resources for the humanities and social sciences, including Classical Antiquity, Archaeology, Medieval Studies and History of Art.
- Web links for History & Ancient History, provided by Cardiff University.
- Useful websites for Archaeology, including databases of journal contents, professional directories and archaeological organisations.
- Exploring Ancient World Cultures - an introduction to ancient world cultures on the World-Wide Web, covering the Ancient Near East, India, Egypt, China, Greece, Rome, early Islam and Medieval Europe.
- Internet Ancient History Resource Guide - collection of links with a focus on texts and inscriptions.
- Voice of the Shuttle - extensive listings of online resources in the humanities, including Classical Studies, Archaeology and Art History.
- Diotima - materials for the study of women and gender in the ancient world.
- The Society for Late Antiquity - links to websites relating to late antiquity and Byzantine studies, including a good range of translated texts.
- The Labyrinth - resources for medieval studies.
- A Don's Life - Mary Beard, Professor of Ancient History at Cambridge, on the ancient and modern worlds.
- Rogueclassicism - news, videos and comments on the ancient world from a Canadian classicist, David Meadows.
- The Love of History - news and comment from Constantina Katsari of Leicester University.
- Blogging Pompeii - a forum for scholars interested in Pompeii, Herculaneum, and other sites on the Bay of Naples.