Online Resources

Classical Studies

Classical Archaeology

  • Dyabola (the German Archaeological Institute’s online bibliographical database, with a search interface in English; must be on campus or using VPN to enter via “IP Access”)
  • Arachne (the German Archaeological Institute’s online database of objects/sites/images from the Classical world, with attributes and information)
  • Beazley Archive (searchable database of images and object-descriptions, great for iconographic research, especially of painted Attic pottery)
  • Ubi Erat Lupa (database of stone monuments from the Roman Empire with images; coverage is best for Germany and central Europe, but includes some museum collections in Italy and elsewhere)
  • Artstor (a repository of art images from around the world, with attributes; the Classical collection is spottier, but includes lots of “masterpieces” as well as site photograph archives from important sites like the Athenian Agora and Dura-Europos)
  • Aegean Prehistoric Archaeology  Website with essays, extensive bibliography and images relating to Aegean Prehistory maintained by Prof. Jeremy Rutter (Dartmouth).

Greek, Latin, Hebrew, Arabic language and literature (also see Perseus Project link above for access to dictionaries, lexica, grammars, texts, etc., in Greek and Latin):

Ancient Philosophy

Near Eastern Studies

Ancient History (of the Classical and Near Eastern worlds in general)

Ancient Egypt

Byzantine Studies

Religious Studies and Texts