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Adrienne Meier  and Liz Gruchala-Gilbert are the librarians for Classics. They are available to help with research questions for all classics classes. Adrienne specializes in history while Liz specializes in language & literature. To ask a question or to schedule an appointment, write to them at and, respectively.


For information on classics, see the resources below.

Pompeii in Pictures

APIS: Advanced Papyrological Information System: Tens of thousands of Greek and Roman documents from research collections around the world.

The Perseus Project : classical texts, older commentaries and scholarship

TOCS-IN : search engine for journal articles

Bryn Mawr Classical Review: book reviews

Online Classical Timeline

Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative : Near Eastern texts & images Paris, A Roman City: Part of the Great Archaelogical Sites collection from the French Ministry of Culture and Communication From Professor David Wilson-Okamura (East Carolina University), includes texts, translations, bibliographies and links for the study of Virgil. The Beazley Archive: Huge collection of images and information on classical art and archaeology from Oxford University

Digital Encyclopaedia of the Hellenic World

Volume I - Asia Minor

Volume II - Baltic Sea

Thematic Index of Classics in JSTOR

Mythological Studies: Online, open-access scholarly journal

The Acropolis of Athens Virtual Tour

Greek. Roman, and Byzantine Studies: Online, open-access, scholarly journal

Textkit: Online texts for learning Latin & Greek

California Classical Studies: Open access publications