Best Websites on Classical Studies in Art
Alexandria on the Web - Materials on the relationship
between cosmology, philosophy, myth, and culture, sponsored by the Alexandria journal.
Ancient History Sourcebook
- Extensive selection of links, study guides, and articles pertaining to the ancient
Near East and ancient Mediterranean worlds, as well as some public domain translations
of classical texts. At Fordham.
Ancient Scripts of the World - Indexed
by region, with articles on writing systems, sounds and phonetics, historical linguistics,
and related study materials.
Ancient World - ZIP files of plain
text translations of Greek and Latin writers of antiquity, as well as links to other
sites about ancient civilization and literature.
of the Ancient Novel - An initial bibliography of the ancient Novel, related
genres and interesting secondary literature, with more than 2000 items.
of Philology - Publishes research in Greek and Roman literature, classical
linguistics, and Greek and Roman history and culture. Tables of contents and sample
issue available; full text in PDF available with subscription.
The Ancient History Bulletin
- Contributor and subscription notes. Web content permanently removed.
Ancient Narrative - Interdisciplinary
peer-reviewed electronic journal publishing articles on Greek, Roman, and Jewish
novels and narrative from the ancient and Byzantine periods. Free abstracts available;
articles in PDF for subscribers. Also produces the Petronian Society Newsletter.
Arachnion - Archives
of an online journal of literature and ancient history distributed by the Università
degli Studi di Torino.
Arion - A journal of humanities and the classics
published by Boston University. Selected articles available in PDF format; subscription
information and submission guidelines also provided.
Brown Classical Journal
- Undergraduate journal of essays, poetry, translations, and other works with classical
Greco-Roman subjects, though submissions from other ancient societies also accepted.
Site contains history, author guidelines, and archived articles.
Bryn Mawr Classical Review - Publishes
timely reviews of current scholarly work in the field of classical studies. Site
offers archives since 1990.
American Classical League - Founded in
1919 for the purpose of fostering the study of classical languages in the United
States and Canada. Membership is open to anyone committed to the preservation and
advancement of the heritage of Greece and Rome.
American Philological Association - Principal
learned society in North America for the study of ancient Greek and Roman languages,
literatures, and civilizations, founded in 1869. Site includes awards, directory
of members, lecture and conference information, classical studies education and
professional resources, and links.
Australian Society for Classical Studies -
Open to those engaged in teaching or research in the languages, literature, history,
thought and archaeology of the ancient world.
The Classical Association - The
Classical Association is the largest classical organisation in Great Britain. Its
website includes details of its journals, publications, annual conference and other
classical events, and how to become a member.
The Classical Association Leeds
& District Branch - Provides overview of activities, current programme,
list of officers, and school services.
Classical Association of Ireland - The CAI
provides lectures and field trips for those interested in the civilisation of Greece
and Rome in Ireland. It organises social and other events to bring lovers of the
Classics together. For Classical teachers it is working to retain and expand the
place of Classics in the curriculum.
Classical Association of Scotland -
Founded in 1902. Site includes links to departments, events, and classicists in
Classical Association of the Atlantic States
- Unites residents of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and
the District of Columbia who are students, teachers, and devotees of Greco-Roman
languages, literature and culture.
Classical Association of the Empire State -
A not-for-profit professional association of teachers and professors of ancient
Greek and Latin in New York.
Classical Association of the Middle West and South
- An organization of teachers and professors of Latin, Greek, and all other studies
which focus on the world of classical antiquity, in the Midwestern and Southern
US. Administration information, awards and scholarships, and meetings and announcement
provided, as well as information about The Classical Journal.
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