This is a short list of the most important websites which contain sources for Greek and Roman history. Of course the list is very incomplete; and sites which display translations without any chapter numbers or other clear text divisions have been ignored.
|Forum Romanum||A comprehensive list of texts and translations of Latin authors, some of which are available on the same site. The first place to go when looking for a Latin author on the web.|
|Lacus Curtius||An important resource for all aspects of Roman history, with translations of major historians - Polybius, Dio Cassius and many others.|
|Livius||Many informative articles on topics across the whole range of ancient history; particularly noteworthy are the new translations of Babylonian Chronicles of the Hellenistic period.|
|Papyri.info||Texts and translations of papyri, including the Tebtunis Papyri.|
|Perseus||A large collection of Greek and Latin authors, both in translation and in the original language. Most of the translations are also available in Perseus under Philologic.|
|Poetry in Translation||A good selection of Greek and Latin poets in new translations.|
|Philippe Remacle||Translations into French of Greek and Latin authors - including some not available in English.|
|Roman Law Library||An extensive collection of legal texts, with English translations of some laws and edicts.|
|Sacred Texts||A wide and varied range of translations, including almost all the works of Lucian.|
|Suda On Line||A Byzantine "encyclopaedia", translated into English for the first time.|
|Tertullian||Contains translations of hard-to-find early Christian and Byzantine books, such as Photius' "Bibliotheca".|
|The Latin Library||The largest collection of Latin texts on the web.|
|Theoi||Loeb translations of many Greek and Latin authors who wrote about mythology.|
|Wikisource|| Growing rapidly; especially useful for Jewish and early Christian literature.
A list of general websites about the ancient world is bound to be even more arbitrary, but the following three are recommended because they provide the pictorial element that is missing from this site.
|DARE||Digital Atlas of the Roman Empire - comprehensive and easy to use|
|Following Hadrian||An impressive collection of photographs of ancient buildings and art|
|Wildwinds|| Includes a large catalogue of Greek and Roman coins, with images
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