The following list is by no means comprehensive. If you would like to suggest a site, please send an email to the CAMWS webmaster.
It would be especially nice to know of sites maintained by CAMWS members.
General Classics Sites
- State and Provincial Classical Organizations in the CAMWS region
- The American Classical League
- Eta Sigma Phi: National Classics Honor Society
- De Imperatoribus Romanis
- 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
- Rogueclassicism: David Meadows' blog.
- Where do you want to go today?
- Database of Classical Scholarship
- Careers for Classicists by Kenneth Kitchell (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
- "Why Study Classics and Classical Archaeology?" by David Schenker (University of Missouri Columbia)
- Why Study Classics?
- Why Join CAMWS?
Collections of links
- Library of Congress Classics Pages Directory Tree
- Voice of the Shuttle Classical Studies Links
- Electronic Resources for Classicists
- KIRKE: Katalog der Internetressourcen für die Klassische Philologie aus Erlangen. This page is In German, but so well organized it will reward a visit especially on philological topics.
- ThoughtCo Ancient History and Culture
Collections of Images
- Artcyclopedia: an index of 1200 arts sites, with more than 32,000 links to an estimated 100,000 works by 7,500 renowned artists
- VRoma Image Archive offers thousands of annotated and high-quality classical images.
Texts and Translations
Pages Devoted to Individual Authors
- Apollonius of Rhodes By Martijn Cuypers at the University of Leiden
- Cicero: Brought to us by Joseph Hughes at Southwest Missouri State University
- Ovid: By Ulrich Schmitzer of the Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg - Institut für Alte Sprachen
- Virgil.org: By David Wilson-Okamurra
Latin and Greek Language Resources
- CAMWS' Committee for the Promotion of Latin
- ACL's Teaching Materials and Resource Center
- eClassics is a social network dedicated to technology and Classics pedagogy (No longer active, but available as an archive)
- Pompeiiana Newsletter, edited by Bernard Barcio, is now available as a blog for Latin teachers and their students. (No longer active, but available as an archive)
- Orbis Latinus online: a lexicon of Latin place names
- Aoidoi: a site dedicated to the study of Greek poetry from the Epics to Anacreontics
- Greek Language and Linguistics Gateway
- Ancient Greek Tutorials
- Handouts for Greek 101: a site by David Sansone
- Textkit: Greek and Latin Learning Tools
- The Official Wheelock's Latin Series web site
- Indo-European Etymological Dictionary
- Latin Texts
- PHI Greek Inscriptions
- Online Sourcebook
- Research database of publications (free access)
- Guide to understanding Latin hexameter
- Classical Art Research Center
- PHI Latin Texts
- Lexicon of (ancient) Greek Personal Names
- Stoa Consorium (featuring Pleiades and DEMOS)
- Athenians Project
- APH on the Web
- Aufstieg und Niedergang der Römischen Welt
- GNOMON Bibliographic Databank
- Hellenistic Bibliography
- The Petronian Society Newsletter
- Starter Bibliography on Race and Ethnicity
- Vergilian Bibliography: From Vergilius
- Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, Inc.
- E. J. Brill
- Bristol Classical Press (available on OpenLibrary)
- Cambridge University Press
- Duckworth Publishers
- Focus Publishing/R. Pullins Company
- Les Belles Lettres: Publisher of La Librairie Guillaume Budé
- Olms-Weidmann Online
- Oxford University Press
- Peeters Publishers
- K. G. Saur (distributor of the Bibliotheca Teubneriana)
- Society of Biblical Literature Publications
- Universitätsverlag C. Winter