Vergil: Some Links to Online Resources
Jim O'Hara, UNC-Chapel Hill Classics Department

 

This is a web page designed years ago, updated now and then.  There are some dead links, but still a lot of good stuff.

 

General:

·  Vergil's Home Page

·  The Vergil Project

·  Syllabus for Latin 228 and 409, "Vergil's Aeneid"

·  The Vergilian Society and the Journal Vergilius

·  Vergilius Bibliography Index

·  Mantovano

·  Virgil in Late Antiquity, the Middle Ages, and Renaissance: An Online Bibliography

·  Some Dictionaries of Literary Theory and Related Areas

·  Tools of the Trade for the Study of Roman Literature

·  Links for Augustan Age Authors(Erlangen)

·  Some links on rhetorical figures:


Bibliography (not just Vergil): see also other sites:

·  Look it up!

·  TOCS-IN Search

·  Gnomon: Titelsuche

·  Diotima Vergil Bibliography (esp. Dido, Creusa, Lavinia)

·  A Bibliographic Guide to Vergil's Aeneid

·  SOME AENEID BIBLIOGRAPHY (onsite; about 4 pages long; basic, slightly random)

·  GEO SOME GEORGICS BIBLIOGRAPHY (onsite; about 8 pages long; slightly random)

·  BRIEF ECLOGUES BIBLIOGRAPHY (onsite; about 2 pages long; slightly random)

·  A Hellenistic Bibliography by Martijn Cuypers, University of Leiden, with a Vergil section
   
 
 

Texts and translations online (of Vergil and related texts):

·  Perseus Project Text of Vergil in English & Latin w/ Notes

·  Perseus Text of the Eclogues in Latin with  notes and English translation

·   GEO Persus Text of the Georgics in Latin with notes and English translation

·   GEO Vergil: Aeneid and Georgics Latin Text at Rutgers

·   GEO The Georgics in English online at MIT's Internet Classics Archive

·  The Eclogues in English online at MIT's Internet Classics Archive

·  Theocritus Idyll 11 (Cyclops) in English at Diotima.com

·  Aeneid Book 2 in Englishwith notes from Andrew Wilson incomplete, from 1419

·  Aeneid Book 6 in English and Latin with vocab and notes from Andrew Wilson

·  Maphaeus Vegius, "Libri XII Aeneidos Supplementum" -- virgil.org  from 1428, with a link to an English translation

·  Maffeo Vegio, "Supplement to the Twelfth Book of the Aeneid," as translated by Thomas Twyne, 1584 -- virgil.org

·  Pier Candido Decembrio, "The Thirteenth Book of the Aeneid" incomplete, from 1419

·  Ruaeus' Prose Summary of Virgil's Aeneid MDCCCXXXI

·  Henry Howard, Earl Of Surrey (1517?-1547)  Certain Books of Virgil's {AE}neis: Book II (excerpts)

·  Aelius Donatus, "Life of Virgil" tr. into English by David Wilson-Okamura

·  Latin text of Donatus, "Life of Virgil"

·  DONATI COMMENTARII VERGILIANI:  COMMENTARII IN ECLOGAS

·  Dryden's Translation The Aeneid, Book 1(with links to other books)

·  The Aeneid of Virgil- Dryden Translation

·  Text of Servius' commentary on the Aeneid at Perseus

·  Commentary on Vergil's Aeneid and Homer (at Penn, incomplete)

·  Forum Romanum's great list of Latin authors available online

·  Silver Muse: annotated texts etc. of passages from imperial Latin authors

·  THE ARGONAUTICA of Apollonius Rhodius in English

·  M. TERENTIVS VARRO RERUM RUSTICARUM DE AGRI CULTURA in Latin

·  Columella, De Re Rustica in Latin

·  Links to images of the text of Juan Luis de la Cerda's commentary on the Eclogues, Georgics, and Aeneid are available on the home page of Joe Farrell
 

 
 
  

Georgics:
GEO Georgics outline from website of Professor Edmund Burke of Coe College
GEO Study questions on the Georgics, from website of Edmund Burke of Coe College
GEO Electronic Text and the Problem of Genre: Georgic Experiments (18th
century lit. and e-texts)
GEO BMCR Hooley review of Jenkyns, Vergil's Experience
GEO The Virgilian Intertext, Joseph Farrell (from Martindale?)
GEO THE PLANTERS OF THE ENGLISH LANDSCAPE GARDEN: Botany, Trees, and the
Georgics Douglas D. Chambers (book blurb)
GEO CATO ON FARMING De agri cultura A Critical English Translation by Andrew Dalby
            (much of this book is available online, including:
GEO Online Bibliography:  Major Roman works on farming (aka Cato Bibliography; gives dates of sources)
 
 

Images/maps/art:
 

·  Ancient World Mapping Center at UNC

·   Three-figure relief with Orpheus, Eurydice, and Hermes  (on Perseus, from Louvre)

·  Pic of the papyrus containing the Prologue to Callimachus' Aetia (click on pic to enlarge)

·  Callimachus, "Prologue" to the "Aetia" Tr. Stanley Lombardo and Diane Raynor

·  Andean pan-pipe .  Radu Simeon on the pan-pipe!

·  GEO text of Georgics in Latin archeologhia.com

·  scroll down on this page for woodcuts for the Georgics

·   GEO Eurydice statue

·   GEO pic and brief bio of Joseph Addison d.1719, English essayist and translator of

·  Virgil's Georgics

·   GEO Index of Images From Vergil MSS Vat. lat. 3225 and 3867

·  (scroll down for Georgics)

·   GEO Medieval Manuscripts as Primary Sources, Professor Christopher Baswell

·  (scroll down for MODULE C: Marginalia and Rewriting Virgil's Georgics,

·  with images of manuscripts)

·   GEO Virgil, Georgics and Bucolics (The Palatine Virgil).  In Latin, Fifth or

·  sixth century (scroll down for a pic; click to enlarge)

·   GEO Images of 1543 bound edition of Vergil printed in Venice

·   GEO Pic and info, linden tree (used for yoke in Geo. 1, which is quoted)

·   GEO 1952 edition of Dryden's Georgics translation, with a pic

·  map of site of rome (Aeneid 8)

·  map of Aeneas' travels

·  Mark Morford's Online Images of Fall or Troy, Dido, Underworld

·  Geography of The Aeneid of Vergil, A Web Reading Lesson by Edward Krug

·  Barbara McManus' "images used as springboards for discussion of specific sections of the Aeneid"

·  Cave of the Sibyl    also here  and here

·  VulcanandVenuspic

·  CyclopesatForgePic

·  Vulcanpic

·  Index of Images From Vergil MSS Vat. lat. 3225 and 3867

·  HistoryWiz: The Aeneid Image Gallery

·  bolchazy.com: Gallery: Vergil's Aeneid 1,2,4,6,10, and 12

·  The Aeneid (bronze relief) by Harry Bates, A.R.A (1885)

·  Virgil reading the 'Aeneid' to Augustus and Octavia

·  Investigating Bellini's Feast of the Gods

·  Illustrationen der Berliner Eneit-Handschrift(list)

·  Illustrationen der Berliner Eneit-Handschrift(oneofthem)

·  Index of Images From Vergil MSS Vat. lat. 3225 and 3867  link is dead?

·  SBAAN : Tomba di Virgilio link is dead?

·  Map of ancient Rome

·  VROMA images of Caesar, Caesar, Caesar, Caesar, Caesar on a coin, the Rubicon, Cleopatra?, Pompey. Info about these images here and here is VROMA's policy for image use.  VROMA's Augustus of Prima Porta, several views of a bust of Augustus (scroll down to 43ff), McManus' images (see here for info) including Agrippa, Antony and Octavia on a coin, Octavian on a coin, Augustus with toga and scrollcameo of Augustus and then another pic of it; another cameo; Augustus with the "civic crown; Augustus as pontifex, Augustus sacrificing, busts of Augustus and family members; Antony and Cleopatra on a coin (more pics still here including Livia, Caesar, Vergil etc.; see also here).

·  Doing a search for images at Perseus.tufts.edu with the keyword "Augustus" will get you links to photographs of a number of coins (34 of them) and sculptures and buildings related to Augustus.  Here is their policy for image use.
 

 

Some pages with help on meter:
Some simple help on the hexameter: basic rules (this is an Aeneid handout) and practical rules for scansion from me, and the "Silver Muse" introduction to "epic versification" (i.e. meter)(note: Silver Muse links seem messed up)   For a good page on the hexameter, with lots of metrical terms defined and illustrated, see the Skidmore page called Hexametrica.  For some basic info see also here (hendecasyllabics, Sapphiocs, and elegiac couplet) and here (hexameter and elegiac couplet).

 

Latin poetry read aloud:

·  Aeneid 1.195-207

·  Harvard .. Recital Page (with several passages from the Aeneid) link seems to be dead after dept website redesigned

·  Aeneid - Book IV, read by Wilfried Stroh You can even download the mp3 and play it on your ipod or at parties

·  VivaVoce -- Roman Poetry Recited  ~  Catullus, Horace, Vergil and more

·  Aeneid, 1.1-49 read by Robert P. Sonkowsky, University of Minnesota.

·          Ovid Metamorphoses Book 1 read aloud
And more Latin from those people, with lots of links too:
http://web.comhem.se/alatius/latin/

·          a few passages read aloud at Princeton, including the start of the Aeneid.
 

 
 

Notes/outlines/study questions (mostly for undergraduates):


 

  

Course websites:

·  Vergil Class, Fall 1999

·  Syllabus for Latin 228 and 409, "Vergil's Aeneid"

·  www.missouriVergilbibliogrpahy-brief

·  Latin 312K, Vergil's Aeneid/David Cramer

·  courseonepicF98.html

·  Virgil brief bibliography

·  Epic & Empire: course Bibliography

·  Classics at Carthage: Augustus

·  TrojanWarCourseHome Page

·  LAT213 Wesleyan-Vergil

·  Classics at Carthage: Vergil

·  cl420.html (good stuff at a Roman epic course at Middlebury C.)

· 

·  Joe Farrell's page on Aeneas' visit to Cumae, including images, map and info
 

  

Age of Augustus:

·  Augustan Age links

·  Roman Emperors - DIR--De Imperatoribus Romanis Roman History Roman Roman Empire Imperator Basileus De Imperatoribus Romanis

·  The Julius Caesar Site

·  Augustus: Testimonia, Univ. of Saskatchewan

·  Augustus, University of Saskatchewan

·  Augustan Bibliography

·  David Potter's Augustus lecture notes and links no longer online  ????

·  The Julius Caesar Site

·  Augustus: Testimonia, Univ. of Saskatchewan   a few passages on Augustus from Seneca, Suetonius, Tacitus

·  Augustan Studies page of  Eric Kondratieff with timeline

·  Augustus, University of Saskatchewan  nice 10-15 page summary of events of the years 44-31

·  Course pages or handouts on Augustus: C. Mackay, Alberta (cf. also p. 2 and 3)

·  Forum Romanum

·  Text of Dio Cassius in English Book 45 is here

·  Augustus links on "Mantovano": links to Porter on the Rise of Augustus; Silverman on the transition from Republic to Empire, with an introduction to the primary sources as well as current historiography;  Ong on the formation of the second triumvirate, Antony vs. Octavian, the constitutional position of Augustus, his social reforms, and the second half of his principate

·  Primary sources on "Mantovano": primary sources in English and sometimes Latin, such as Augustus's Res Gestae, Plutarch's Life of Marc Antony, a pic of Augustus' Mausoleum, the Latin text of a letter from Augustus to his son Gaius, a biography of Augustus by Nicolaus of Damascus, Suetonius' Life of Augustus, Tacitus' comments on Augustus and the end of the Republic, English translations of Augustan legislation on marriage, procreation, and adultery.

·  The Background page for Augustus on "Mantovano" has links to Mayes on the Roman Kalendar, Fox's genealogical guide to the Julio-Claudians, Morford's page of photos and site plans, with commentary, of the Augustan mausoleum complex, the Ara Pacis, the Prima Porta statue of Augustus, and the Gemma Augustea, Paola's Visual Compendium of Roman Emperors (portrait coins and sculpture);  Renauld's pics of Portrait busts of Augustus and Agrippa; labeled details from the Ara Pacis Augustæ, Andrus-Walck's pics of and and info on the Prima Porta statue of Augustus, the Ara Pacis Augustæ, and the Theater of Marcellus.

·  Julius Caesar on the "Mantovano" home page: Primary sources, background and images, modern essays and historical fiction on Octavian's adoptive father.

·  John Paul Adams' Augustus page  with info and essays: dates in the life of Augustus, a page on the personal, religious, magisterial, and political responsibilities of the princeps, brief descriptions of  "Building Projects in Rome in Augustus' Time,"  "Some Augustan Legislation," "Augustus' Illnesses," "Conspiracies against Augustus"

·  Garrett G. Fagan has an Introductory essay on Augustus, with bibliography and guide to ancient sources. From De imperatoribus romanis: An Online Encyclopedia of Roman Emperors.  The same source also has an essay on Augustus by Nina C. Coppolino

·  Rome: Republic to Empire  Pages of Barbara F. McManus of The College of New Rochelle; links to her pages on  Roman Slavery and the Rebellion of Spartacus, Julius Caesar, Antony, Octavian, and Cleopatra: (the end of the Roman Republic; our course!); Augustus and Tiberius (the beginnings of the Roman Empire), Caligula, Roman Names, Roman Republican Government, Roman Social Classes and Political Factions of the Late Republic
 

  

Fiction About Ancient Rome and esp. the Augustan Age:

·  The Fictional Rome Home Page developed by Louis M. Seigal, Leslie Phillips & Fred Mench, and housed at supported by the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey.  Searchable Database; Authors & Reviews; Essays; Glossary of Latin words used in novels; Information on Historical Figures; Reference Works on Historical Fiction; Timeline; Discussion; Web Rings; Links.

·  John Williams, Augustus : Amazon blurb

·  Texts of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar and Antony and Cleopatra are available online

·  Alan Massie, Augustus (1987) Amazon.com blurb

·  Stephen Saylor has written several mystery novels set in Cicero's Rome.  Here's the "Roman Fiction" page.  Saylor's 1999 novel Rubicon is set in 49 BCE at the start of the war between Caesar and Pompey, and the next one, Last Seen in Massilia, is set later in 49 (Amazon blurb).  (And there have been one or two more recently)

·  Hermann Broch's 1945 "The Death of Virgil"; see the "Roman Fiction" page for this bold novel, which was begun while the author was imprisoned in a German concentration camp, and which presents stream of consciousness remembrances from Vergil's last 18 hours of life

·  I, Claudius, and Claudius the God, the novels by Robert Graves, the first made into a great Masterpiece Theater series on PBS, available in VHS and DVD .  Lots of info here ; here's the "Roman Fiction" page for Graves.

·  Novels about Ovid I: Christoph Ransmayr, The Last World: A Novel with an Ovidian Repertory (1990); see the "Roman Fiction" page , which calls it a "metaphysical thriller" in which "a young admirer goes in search of the exiled poet ... in the remote Black Sea town of Toni ... [and] finds in the rust-corroded town an ominous scene suffused with and dominated by Ovidian mythology, a transformed place where the ancient world meets the 20th century.

·  Novels about Ovid II: David Malouf, An Imaginary Life; "Roman fiction" page   Also Ovid in exile.
Novels about Ovid III: The Love-Artist, by Jane Alison (Farrar, Straus &Giroux 2001). Again Ovid in exile, this time inspired by a woman named Xenia to write his "Medea".

·  Thornton Wilder, The Ides of March

·  Xena, Antony, and Cleopatra episode-guide with link to script of "Xena" episode; slightly different version of events (X. disguised as Cleo., woos then kills MA).  Other episodes that seem to (I haven't seen them) have Caesar or other Romans: Rome, Ides
 

  

other neat stuff:

·  Bob Dylan and Aeneid 6.853 (see lines 28-30 of the song, and the footnote)  audio sample of the start of the song here

·  Carl Yastrzemski and the Augustus of Prima Porta

·  Music from Dido & Aeneas

·  Aeneid Corp. Buys InGenius Technologies

·  President Bush regales dinner guest with his thoughts on the Eclogues and Georgics (Onion satire now a pay site)

·  John Van Sickle on virgil bucolics georgics aeneid

·  aeneid1.164-165: an attempt to present evidence from an older commentary

·  Virgil/Vergil : BOOK of BUCOLICS : Sicelidas

·  Virgil's Aeneid Literary Deck (onlinediscussion)

·  SCENARIO for Radio-Drama: Aeneid Book I

·  Latin 202 Meters (hendec's, elegy, hexameter)

·  Aeneid Translations of Vergil's Aeneid IV.1-14:From 1554 to 1983

·  Aeneid, The (audiobooksonline)

·  (Vergilian scholar)YasminSyed

·  (Vergilian scholar)ChristinePerkell

·  (Vergilian scholar)J.Farrell

·  (Vergilian scholar) Julia Taussig Dyson's Home Page

·  (Vergilian scholar) KarlGalinsky

·  (Vergilian scholar)FrancisCairns

·  www.hoocher.Figures of Speech

·  "The Vergilian Century" Conference (11/2000) Home Page

·  Welcome to AP Latin

·  A Dido page (not what you think! : ^ ) )   Another Dido page like that one : ^ )

·  "Random Homer Quote" (not what you think! : ^ ) )

·  Evander  here

·   Different version (!) of Antony and Cleopatra ; cf. also on Rome, and IdesofMarch

·  The Mighty Hercules

 

Other Epic Links (not updated for a while)

General Classical Studies:

Perseus Project  Great online material on Greek & Roman stuff: texts in Greek, Latin & English, pics of vases etc., historical and mythological background.

Diotima: Women & Gender in the Ancient World (lots of info: links, pics, bibliog., some texts)

Ovid: Metamorphoses ( set of links on a page at Reed College)

Diotima Anthology of Translated Materials

Tech Classics Archive (Eng trans)

The Romulus Project: An Electronic Library of Latin Literature With Virtual Commentary

CLASSICS List (an internet discussion list; sometimes useful & fun)

 


Other sites for Classics Resources in general: (not updated for a while)

Missouri Classics (with resources)

 
 

Articles and reviews (and ads for books):

·  Toll, Making Roman-ness and the Aeneid V

·  Eclogue 9 article in Classics Ireland 1999

·  Clausen, An Interpretation of the Aeneid (selection only)

·  Parry, The Two Voices of Virgil's Aeneid

·  Poschl, Basic Themes

·  Putnam, "TRAGIC VICTORY"

·  Review of Revised Loeb of Aeneid 1-6

·  Bettini Ghosts of Exile: Doubles and Nostalgia in Virgil's parva Troia (Aeneid 3.294ff.)

·  Becker, Ambiguity and the Female Warrior: Vergil's Camilla

·  Aeneid Book I And The Trojan War CD ROM

·  IPL Online Literary Criticism (Vergil)

·  David Meban abstract: Empire, identity and Virgil's Aeneid

·  John Van Sickle provides extensive links to his published and unpublished work, esp. on the Eclogues

·  Bleisch, "Altars Altered: The Alexandrian Tradition of Etymological Wordplay in Aeneid 1.108-12" AJPh 119 (1998) (limited access)

·  Bleisch "On Choosing a Spouse: Aeneid 7.378-84 and Callimachus' Epigram 1" AJPh 117 (1996) (limited access)

·  Losing Virgil by John Herington, The New Criterion, 1996

·  Becker, A., "Poetry as equipment for living: a gradual reading of Vergil's ninth eclogue." ClassicsIreland 1999

·  Smith "A lock and a promise: Myth and Allusion in Aeneas' Farewell to Dido in Aeneid 6" Phoenix 1993

·  Dobbin, "Julius Caesar in Jupiter's Prophecy, Aeneid, Book 1" ClAnt 14.1 (1995)  text (PDF) and abstracts

·  Feldherr, "Ships of State: Aeneid 5 and Augustan Circus Spectacle" ClAnt 14.2 (1995)  text (PDF) and abstracts

·  Bettini,  "Ghosts of Exile: Doubles and Nostalgia in Virgils parva Troia (Aeneid 3.294ff.)" ClAnt 16.1 (1997)  abstract/text (PDF) for issue

·  Reed, J.D. "The Death of Osiris in Aeneid 12.458" AJPh 119.3 (1998) text (PDF)

·  Fantham, Elaine "Fighting Words: Turnus at Bay in the Latin Council (Aeneid 11:234-446)" AJPh 120.2 (1999)  text by subscription, PDF format

·  Smith, Rebekah M. "Deception and Sacrifice in Aeneid 2.1-249" AJPh 120.4 (1999) 503-523 -+- contents and PDF texts (subscribers)

·  Spence, Sarah "The Polyvalence of Pallas in the Aeneid" Arethusa 32.2 (1999) 149-64 -+- text

·  Bleisch, Pamela R. "Nisus' Choice: Bovillae at Aeneid 9.387-8" CQ 51.1 (2001) 183-189 -+- text (PDF)

·  Brucia, Margaret A. "The Double Harpalyce, Harpies, and Wordplay at Aeneid 1.314-17" CQ 51.1 (2001) 305-308 text (PDF)

·  Jacobson, Howard "Aeneid 12.391-2: Iamque Aderat Phoebo Ante Alios Dilectus Iapyx / Iasides" CQ 51.1 (2001) 308-309 -+- text (PDF)

·  Berlin, Netta "War and Remembrance: Aenedi 12.554-60 and Aeneas' Memory of Troy" AJPh 119.1 (1998) 11-41 text

·  Dyson, Julia T. "Dido the Epicurean" ClAnt 15.2 (1996) 203-221 -+- abstract/text (PDF)

·  Nicoll, W.S.M. "The Death of Turnus" CQ 51.1 (2001) 190-200 -+- text (PDF)

·  Gordon, Pamela "Dido the Phaeacian: Lost Pleasures of an Epicurean Intertext" ClAnt 17.2 (1998) 188-211 -+- text (PDF) and abstract

·  Dyson, "Fluctus Irarum, Fluctus Curarum: Lucretian Religio in the Aeneid" AJPh 118.3 (1997)

·  Feldherr, "Putting Dido on the Map: Genre and Geography in Vergil's Underworld" Arethusa 32.1 (1999)

·  Reed, "A Further Note on Supplementum Hellenisticum 949: An Imitation by Vergil?" ZPE 106 (1995)

·  Rev. of Putnam. Virgil's Epic Designs: Ekphrasis in the Aeneid

·  Treatments of Furorand Ira and the End of Vergilís Aeneid (pdf )James M. Scott

·  Eclogue articleElectronic Antiquities Volume I, Number 5

·  Who Is Buried in Virgil's Tomb?(NYTimesRevofLeviVirgil)

·  EA review of Farrell, GEO

·  BMCR Review, S. James on R. A. Smith, Poetic Allusion and Poetic Embrace in Ovid and Virgil

·  BMCR review, Wills on O'Hara, Vergil... Etymological Wordplay

·  BMCR review, Cambridge Companion to Virgil

·  BMCR review, Thomas, Virgil and the Augustan Reception

·  BMCR review, Thomas, Reading Virgil and His Texts

·  BMCR review, Horsfall, Virgil, Aeneid 7: A Commentary

·  BMCR review, O'Hara on Philip Hardie, Virgil: Aeneid, Book IX

·  BMCR review: Farrell on O'Hara, Death and Optimistic Prophecy

·  BMCR review: Schmit-Neuerburg, Vergils Aeneis und die antike Homerexegese

·  BMCR review: Spence (ed.), Poets and Critics Read Virgil

·  BMCR review: Quinn (ed.), Why Vergil? A Collection of Interpretations

·  BMCR review: Brenk, Clothed in Purple Light: Studies in Vergil and in Latin Literature

·  BMCR review: Schindler, Untersuchungen zu den Gleichnissen im römischen Lehrgedicht (Lucrez, Vergil, Manilius)

·  BMCR review: Jenkyns, Virgil's Experience

·  BMCR review: MacCormack, Shadows of Poetry. Vergil in the Mind of Augustine

·  BMCR review: Wifstrand-Schiebe, Vergil und die Tradition von den römischen Urkönigen

·  BMCR review: Petrini, The Child and the Hero: Coming of Age in Catullus and Vergil

·  BMCR review: Baswell, Virgil in Medieval England.  second review

·  BMCR review s pre-1996?

·  Classics Ireland rev of The Cambridge Companion to Virgil ed. C. Martindale

·  Virgil Levi ch 1

·  Siegel: abstract of paper on Virgil's Aeneid IV and Ovid's Procne

·  Ancient History Bulletin 2, 1988: Vergil's 'Messiah', Leonard A. Curchin

·  Bookblurb: Reading Dido: Gender, Textuality, and the Medieval Aeneid

 

 

 

 

 Mississippi classics

 

J O'D's Classical, Medieval, etc links and indices

 

Diogenes' Links To The Ancient World

Pantelia-Resources for Classicists

Classical Resources (J. Ruebel)

Stanford Links (good on depts.)