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  • Thesaurus Linguae Latinae
    Open Access!  The largest dictionary of the Latin language in existence, begun in 1894 and continuing today.  The dictionary focuses on Latin from 600AD and earlier.  This open version includes PDFs of print volumes to date.  
     
  • Ancient World Online
    Blog providing up to date massive quantities of links to new Open Access digitized content.  Also available (syndicated) through Facebook & Twitter.
     
  • Biblioteca digitale di testi latini
    Chronologically follows Phi Latin, currently covering "pagan" texts, with free use and downloading.
     
  • Open Greek & Latin
    "An international collaboration committed to creating an open educational resource featuring a corpus of digital texts, deep-reading tools, and open-source software. [striving] to support and enhance teaching and research. All materials can be downloaded, modified, and redistributed in accordance with all applicable licenses."
     
  • PHI Latin Texts
    Packard Humanities Institute
    Open Access! Searchable classical (and later) Latin texts

 

  • Perseus texts
    Primary sources (major texts) covering  the history, literature and culture of the Greco-Roman world.  All texts and materials believed to be in the public domain are available for free download.

  • Perseus Advanced Search with PhiloLogic
    Largely from the Perseus corpus, “The Greek and Latin texts are richly encoded for content rather than form (e.g., not page breaks, initials, and indents, but speaker information, metrical information, and milestones). The Perseus site is further enriched by intricate linking mechanisms among texts (resulting in more than 30 million links).”

  • Library of Humanistic Texts (University of Birmingham, UK, Philological Museum at the Shakespeare Institute)
    Full-text collection of critical editions (frequently with translations) of a large number of 16th and 17th century texts. It is created and maintained by Dana F. Sutton, University of California, Irvine. 
     
  • Bibliography of Neo-Latin Texts on the Web (University of Birmingham, UK, Philological Museum at the Shakespeare Institute)
    Analytic bibliography of Latin texts written during the Renaissance and later.  Freely available to the general public on the Web, and created and maintained by Dana F. Sutton, University of California, Irvine.
  • Logeion provides simultaneous lookup of entries for ancient Greek & Latin words in the many reference works that make up the Perseus Classical collection.  A simple word look-up is supplemented by information based on corpus data in the right side bar, as well as references to chapters in standard textbooks.  Standard works include historic versions of Liddell-Scott and Lewis & Short.  

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