|Language Resources for Ancient Greek
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- Bibliotheca Augustana. A beautifully designed site offering Greek texts from the Archaic age to the Byzantine era.
- Perseus. Includes texts from the classical and renaissance world. Individual words in each text are hyper-linked to dictionary and commentary entries, cross-references, and an on-line parser. No Classicist can afford to do without this invaluable resource.
- Aoidoi.org. "This site is dedicated to the study of ancient Greek poetry from the Epics to the Anacreontics." Commented texts of some of the archaic Greek poets--good for beginners. Equipped with a very useful links page.
- LATO, Library of Ancient Texts Online.
Library of Ancient Texts Online. A site with links to Ancient Greek texts and translations available online, organized alphabetically by author.
- Thesaurus Linguae Graecae (TLG). "Founded in 1972 the TLG has already collected and digitized most literary texts written in Greek from Homer to the fall of Byzantium in AD 1453. Its goal is to create a comprehensive digital library of Greek literature from antiquity to the present era." The literary texts can be browsed and can be searched individually, in user-defined sets, or as a corpus.
Dictionaries and Reference Works
- English-Greek Dictionary.
Search for English words in Greek dictionaries. Useful for finding the perfect word for a prose or verse composition. Perseus.
- Textkit. Greek and Latin learning tools. "Textkit is the Internet's largest provider of free and fully downloadable Greek and Latin grammars and readers."
- Greek Grammar Resources. Comprehensive listing of Greek grammar resources available online. Marc Huys, K.U. Leuven, Department of Classical Studies.
. Especially good in web-based resources for self-instruction. About.com.
Institutions and Associations
- Akropolis World News. News in Ancient Greek, composed by a master of Ancient Greek. Includes a useful page of commented links to web-based Ancient Greek resources.
- Homer in Performance. Readings of selected portions of the Iliad in QuickTime format with comments and explanations by world-renowned Homerist Gregory Nagy.