The following list is by no means comprehensive. If you would like
to suggest a site, please send an email to Alexander Ward (email@example.com),
the CAMWS webmaster.
It would be especially nice to know of sites maintained by CAMWS members.
General Classics Sites
- The On-line Companion to the Worlds of Roman Women offers hyper-texted Latin passages of various levels of complexity, short essays, annotated bibliography, many images, syllabi, lesson units, activities for classroom use (middle through college) and more.
- Diotima: Materials for
the study of women and gender in the ancient world
- Perseus: An ever-expanding
site that features texts, translations, dictionaries, grammars, commentaries,
images of ancient art, and much more
David Meadows' blog.
do you want to go today?
Collections of links
Collections of Images
Texts and Translations
Pages Devoted to Individual Authors
of Rhodes By Martijn Cuypers at the University of Leiden
- Cicero: Brought to
us by Joseph Hughes at Southwest Missouri State University
By Ulrich Schmitzer of the Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg -
Institut für Alte Sprachen
- Vergil: By Joseph
Farrell at Pennsylvania University
- Virgil.com: By David Wilson-Okamurra
Latin and Greek Language Resources