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*No last update date; latest works are 2001.
*No last update date; latest works are 2001.
*A selected bibliography of books and articles in English.
*A selected bibliography of books and articles in English.
===Evagrius Ponticus===
'''Evagrius Ponticus: Monastic Theologian'''
* (conversion to Zotero is in progress)
*Joel Kalvesmaki, Dumbarton Oaks, and collaborators
*Last updated August 2010.
*This annotated bibliography aims to be comprehensive and includes texts, monographs, and scholarly articles in multiple languages.  At the web site it is arranged alphabetically by author, with primary sources in red.

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Return to Scholarly Bibliographies Available Online: Classical Antiquity

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If you'd like to add items yourself, feel free to edit the wiki. (Currently editing is restricted to registered users, due to spam, but I am happy to approve user accounts.) Format of entries is suggested:

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  • Link (include text of url and the wiki will automatically hotlink it).
  • Author (individual or corporate, with academic affiliation if appropriate).
  • Last update date (if available; if not I try to note how late items in the bibliography go).
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Women and Gender in Aeschylus


Women and Gender in Alcman

Die Sprache Alkmans: Bibliographie

  • George Hinge, Associate Professor of Classical Philology, University of Aarhus.
  • This bibliography is supposed to list all articles and monographs on the poetry of Alcman. However, it is not complete yet.

Apollodorus the Mythographer / Pseudo-Apollodorus

ABEL: Apollodori Bibliotheca ELectronica

Apollonius Dyscolus

Apollonius Dyscolus : A Complete Bibliography


Diotima: Aristophanes

Aristophanes und die Alte Komodie

  • (.doc file, will download)
  • Georg Rechenauer, Klassische Philologie, Regensburg
  • Created Winter 1998.
  • This 9-page document assembles monographs and scholarly articles in multiple languages, heavy on the German. Sections include texts and commentaries (including fragments, and broken out by play), works on greek drama generally with a focus on comedy, and works on Aristophanes and old comedy generally.

Aristophanes, The Frogs, Course Bibliography

Aristophanes' Acharnians, Select Bibliography


The Rhetorical Aristotle: Selected Sources

Aristotle's Rhetoric: Bibliography

  • Lee Honeycutt, English Department, Iowa State University
  • Last updated 2007.
  • This bibliography covers selected works in English, generally from the world of rhetorical studies rather than classics. It is arranged chronologically.

Aristotle Poetics: a bibliography

  • Malcolm Heath, Department of Classics, University of Leeds
  • Currently updated (sporadically, by section).
  • An extensive bibliography covering works of all types in multiple languages, with subsections by topic and chapter within the Poetics.


Demosthenes: Selected Sources

Evagrius Ponticus

Evagrius Ponticus: Monastic Theologian


Diotima: Euripides

Euripides and Tragic Theatre in the Late Fifth Century: Bibliography

  • Multiple authors (see below); hosted by David Sansone, University of Illinois at Chicago.
  • Created 1999.
  • Bibliography to Illinois Classical Studies 24-25 (1999-2000), selected papers presented at “Euripides and Tragic Theatre in the late 5th Century,” held 12-16 May 1999 at The Banff Centre, Alberta, Canada. Includes books and articles in multiple languages. Also available as a PDF file.

Euripides’ Alcestis, Select Bibliography

  • Hanna Roisman and Celia Luschnig, University of Idaho, Classics
  • No last updated date; most recent publication is 2000.
  • Includes editions and commentaries and literary studies, both articles and books, mostly but not exclusively in English. Works especially useful for undergraduates are noted.

Euripides: Bacchae

  • M. P Cuypers, Universitet Leiden
  • No last update date; klatest works are ca. 2001
  • Bibliography begins on p. 107, and includes books and articles in multiple languages, divides into the topics Tragedy, Euripides, Bacchae, and Drama-Theory.

Euripides’ Medea, Bibliography


The Heroikos Project: Bibliography


Isocrates: Selected Sources



  • Christophe Hugot, Bibliotheque des Sciences de l'Antiquite, Universite de Lille
  • Last updated September 2008.
  • Includes monographs only, in multiple languages, with sections texts, translations and commentaries, and studies.


The Rhetorical Plato: Selected Sources

  • Margaret Zulick, Department of Communication, Wake Forest University
  • No last update date; latest works are 2001.
  • A selected bibliography of books and articles in English related to this aspect of Plato; subsections exist for Gorgias and Phaedrus.


The New Posidippus Bibliography

  • Valentina Popescu, Department of Classics, University of Miami.
  • Last update March 5, 2004.
  • Bibliography created to go with the conference, The New Posidippus, University of Cincinnati, 2002. This bibliography is comprehensive, listed alphabetically by author, and includes works in all languages.


Short Bibliography on Thucydides

Diotima: Thucydides

Thucydides Rhetor: Selected Sources

  • Margaret Zulick, Department of Communication, Wake Forest University
  • No last update date; latest works are 2001.
  • A selected bibliography of books and articles in English related to this aspect of Thucydides scholarship.
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