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Classics: Greek & Latin Language and Literature
This research guide is intended to help you locate print and electronic resources accessible in the CCNY libraries, as well as from off-campus.
An online dictionary including ancient Greek, as well as a link to learning Greek on a site closely affiliated with the government of the Republic of Cypress (Kypros-Net). You need to check the Ancient Greek box.
Hosted by Tufts University, the Perseus Digital Library contains full text editions of philosophy, history, and literature of the ancient Greek and Roman world. English translations and works in original languages are being added. It also contains its own searchable Encyclopedia and a hyperlinked Historical Overview.
C.J. Cherryh, former Latin teacher and author, begins with an outline of the Latin sentence structure for the basis of study of the language. A novel and purportedly easy way to learn Latin the way Romans learned it-no grammar, no rules, no fear.
The 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.
Selected odes, epistles and satires of Augustan poet Horace in parallel columns of Latin and English. Hear the odes read in Latin as well. From the UCLA Horace's Villa Project. Scroll to the bottom of the page to choose other poems.
Devoted to the villa of Augustan Age poet Horace, located in Licenza, Italy (35 miles from Rome). Contains photographs and a model of the villa, a map with information on nearby places, 18th and 19th century artwork and testimonies, images of various objects found at the site, poems from Horace that mention the villa, and information on recent excavations. Searchable. Includes bibliography. From the University of California, Los Angeles.