Mythology and Literature for High School Teachers
- Online Greek Mythology Reference Tool This searchable site of key words (characters, places, events) associated with Greek mythology and Greek heroic legend is a helpful reference tool.
- Bulfinch’s Mythology
Full annotated text online.
- VRoma Image Archive A searchable collection of classical images, courtesy of the VRoma website.
- Dr. J’s Illustrated Guide to the Classical World A sizable collection of images from Greece and Italy, taken and made available by Janice Siegel of Illinois State University.
- Perseus Art and Archaeology Resources Over 33,000 pictures, divided into categories of Architecture, Coin, Site, Vase and Sculpture catalogs, courtesy of the Perseus website.
- Introductions to the Ancient Stage available on the WWW (University of Saskatchewan) Contains an extensive collection of images of different ancient theaters – including site plans and architectural drawings as well as images of the smaller details of the theaters like the “marble seats of honor.” John Porter, the creator of the site, also collects images of vase paintings, mosaics, frescoes, and monuments on this site.
- Internet Classics Archive Award winning, searchable collection of almost 400 classical Greek and Roman texts (in English translation).
- The Cicero Home Page
- The Ovid Project
- The Vergil Home Page
- The Perseus Project (Tufts University) An award winning digital library on ancient Greece and Rome made up of texts, maps, photographs, historical overviews, and other resources. The project seeks to serve as a teaching and research tool and further expand the ways ancient Greek literature, history, art, and can be examined.
- Pompeii Forum Project (John Dobbins, University of Virginia)
- The Ancient Greek World (University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology) This site contains both text and pictures associated with an exhibit about ancient Greek life. Sections include: “Land and Time,” “Daily Life,” “Economy,” and “Religion and Death.”
- The Ancient City of Athens This site, a photographic archive of the archaeological and architectural remains of ancient Athens, seeks to provide a “virtual tour of the chief excavated regions and extant monuments” for students of classical languages, civilization, art, archaeology, and history.
Supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities