General Classics Resources
- Electronic Resources for Classicists - This list by Maria Pantelia is organized, up-to-date, and annotated.
- The Library of Congress Greek and Latin Classics Internet Resources
- Classics Resources – A neatly organized list from the University of Chicago.
- The Stoa Consortium – A well-maintained collection of web-based projects in Classics and Classical Studies, including Diotima, Demos and the Suda On-line.
- The Classical Association of Virginia – Contains announcements, membership information, upcoming events and meetings, and a variety of links to other sites.
- UVa Alderman Library home page for the Classics department – maintained by Classics librarian George Crafts. Includes an annotated listing of online sources for the Classics.
- Internet Classics Archive – Award winning, searchable collection of almost 400 classical Greek and Roman texts (in English translation).
- Archaeology Online – This site is an official publication of the Archaeological Institute of America. It features archaeological news, features, booklists, lectures, museum shows, and web sites.
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