A Latin Macronizer
Handy resource for anyone experimenting with reading or writing Latin poetry. This digital tool marks all the long vowels in a text, allowing quicker and easier understanding of t
An Introduction to Greek and Latin Metre
Videos covering every major Greek and Latin meter. Disclaimer: I haven’t actually used this, but I can’t imagine it’s less helpful than the approach I did use, which was sitting a
Antigone Open Access Directory
A truly extensive list of free resources for studying the classical world.
Dickinson College Commentaries
Greek and Latin texts selected and annotated for intermediate students, as well as audio recordings of some texts and useful maps. Also check out the Core Vocabularies and the dig
Digital Maps of the Ancient World
Fantastic resources on ancient maps, mythology and even dedicated languages sections with resources for grammar and vocabulary for the various UK examination boards.
Professor Helma Dik’s “Nifty Greek Handouts” are one of the best resources I’ve found for mastering and reviewing specific points of Greek grammar and syntax.
This passion project by Bill Thayer has an extraordinary array of digitized Greek and Latin texts and translations (especially historians and historical sources), reference works,
Simple Latin stories, intermediate texts broken down for easy reading, and some fun and games (including Bella Stellaria – Star Wars!), all entertainingly illustrated with Lego fi
A huge collection of digitized Greek and Latin texts, including translations, commentaries, and easy dictionary lookup by clicking on any word. Almost all major classical texts ar
Polytonic Greek Keyboards
To type classical Greek correctly, with all the breathing and accent marks, you’ll need to activate a specific keyboard setting on your computer. Sarah Abowitz has prepared a guid
Reader's Guide to the Seleucid Empire
An annotated bibliography / reading list of works on the Seleucid Empire, including guidance on where to start for beginners. Prepared by the Hellenistic Age Podcast.
The Rogueclassicist (David Meadows) collects and curates Internet articles and links of classical interest. Check out in particular his list of classics-related podcasts, includin
SASA Ancient Studies Resources
A (seriously) massive database of resources for the ancient world.
In addition to hosting a forum for classical language learners, the Textkit website links to a valuable array of public-domain textbooks available online through archive.org. Some
The Endless Knot Podcast
A podcast exploring the connections between language, history, and the cognitive sciences, hosted by a medievalist/philologist and a classicist and featuring lots of guests from d
The Latin Library
It has lots of texts, including early and post-classical Latin, even down to some contemporary compositions.