Scholarly Bibliographies Available Online: Classical Antiquity

From AncientBibliographies

(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
(Ancient Literature)
(Late Roman/Late Antique)
 
(69 intermediate revisions not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
-
This page is used for collecting links to existing open-access bibliographies that fit the scope of the project.  Please email additional suggestions to pacheson at uga.edu.  Thanks!
+
This page is used for collecting links to existing open-access bibliographies that fit the scope of the project.  Please email additional suggestions to phoebe.acheson at gmail.  Thanks!
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:
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:
Line 19: Line 19:
'''Bibliographica at Bibliographica Latina Selecta'''
'''Bibliographica at Bibliographica Latina Selecta'''
-
*http://www.let.ru.nl/~m.v.d.poel/bibliografie/bibliographica.htm
+
*http://mvdpoel.ruhosting.nl/bibliografie/bibliographica.htm
*M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
*M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
-
*Last updated October 10, 2009.
+
*Last updated November 23, 2011.
*Includes general bibliographical resources for classical studies, both print and online (some not open access), in multiple languages. Especially notable is the good coverage of bibliographies of works from the Netherlands in classical studies.  Interface is in latin.
*Includes general bibliographical resources for classical studies, both print and online (some not open access), in multiple languages. Especially notable is the good coverage of bibliographies of works from the Netherlands in classical studies.  Interface is in latin.
Line 38: Line 38:
*Willy Clarysse, Faculty of Arts, Leuven, part of Trismegistos portal for papyrology
*Willy Clarysse, Faculty of Arts, Leuven, part of Trismegistos portal for papyrology
*Currently (July 2011) lists 16069 Greek, Latin, Coptic, and Demotic literary texts, with details of publication, etc. "The present database attempts to collect the basic information on all ancient literary texts, as opposed to documents. At present, it includes items dating from the fourth century B.C. to A.D. 800 and incorporating authors from Homer (8th cent. B.C.) to Romanus Melodus and Gregorius the Great (6th cent. A.D.)."
*Currently (July 2011) lists 16069 Greek, Latin, Coptic, and Demotic literary texts, with details of publication, etc. "The present database attempts to collect the basic information on all ancient literary texts, as opposed to documents. At present, it includes items dating from the fourth century B.C. to A.D. 800 and incorporating authors from Homer (8th cent. B.C.) to Romanus Melodus and Gregorius the Great (6th cent. A.D.)."
 +
 +
'''Daily Life in Classical Antiquity'''
 +
*http://homepage.usask.ca/~jrp638/CourseNotes/life.html
 +
*John R. Porter, History, University of Saskatchewan
 +
*Last updated November 3, 2009.
 +
*This select bibliography, aimed at undergraduates, lists books and a few web sites, mostly in English.  There are general works, and sections on Greece and Rome.  Topics covered include time, economics, society, family and religion.
 +
 +
'''Eridanos: Bibliography of Polish Research on Antiquity and Antique Tradition'''
 +
*http://www.eridanos.umcs.lublin.pl/en/index.html
 +
*Pawel Majeskie, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Lublin, Poland
 +
*No last updated date.
 +
*This bibliographic database's goal is to give a comprehensive listing of works about ancient studies and the modern reception of ancient studies in Polish.  It is browseable by author's name and searchable by author, title and keyword (but only, I think, Polish keywords). Article or monograph titles are translated into English in the citations, as well as presented in the original Polish. There are English and Polish interfaces.
===General Reference Works (Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, etc.)===
===General Reference Works (Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, etc.)===
 +
'''Bibliography of Latin Language Resources'''
 +
*http://www.hps.cam.ac.uk/latintherapy/bibliography.html
 +
*Latin Therapy, Department of History and Philosophy of Science, Cambridge.
 +
*Last updated September 21, 2009.
 +
*This short bibliography covers some general latin dictionaries and grammars, and then lists specialized ones for topics such as regional and medieval latin, medicine, theology, and natural history. It includes some links to online resources.
 +
'''Lexica at Bibliographica Latina Selecta'''
'''Lexica at Bibliographica Latina Selecta'''
-
*http://www.let.ru.nl/~m.v.d.poel/bibliografie/lexica.htm
+
*http://mvdpoel.ruhosting.nl/bibliografie/lexica.htm
*M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
*M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
-
*Last updated December 20, 2010.
+
*Last updated October 25, 2011.
*Includes various latin and related dictionaries in multiple modern languages. Interface is in latin.
*Includes various latin and related dictionaries in multiple modern languages. Interface is in latin.
'''Encyclopediae at Bibliographica Latina Selecta'''
'''Encyclopediae at Bibliographica Latina Selecta'''
-
*http://www.let.ru.nl/~m.v.d.poel/bibliografie/encyclopediae.htm
+
*http://mvdpoel.ruhosting.nl/bibliografie/encyclopediae.htm
*M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
*M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
-
*Last updated December 8, 2010.
+
*Last updated November 23, 2011.
*Includes various encyclopedias covering classical antiquity, including sub-topics like antiquities, mythology, and literature, in multiple languages. Interface is in latin.
*Includes various encyclopedias covering classical antiquity, including sub-topics like antiquities, mythology, and literature, in multiple languages. Interface is in latin.
 +
 +
'''Encyclopedias (Tools of the Trade: Bibliographies for Roman Studies)'''
 +
*http://cnx.org/content/m35080/latest/
 +
*Joseph Solodow, Yale University
 +
*Updated July 18, 2011.
 +
*This short bibliography describes encyclopedic resources valuable for Roman Studies.
===Greek Studies, General===
===Greek Studies, General===
Line 64: Line 88:
*Updated Jan. 31, 2011.
*Updated Jan. 31, 2011.
*A reading list, aimed at undergraduates, for the course.  Works include books and articles and are mainly in English.  A variety of topics are covered, including religion, literature (Homer, drama, sophists), history, culture, and art and archaeology.
*A reading list, aimed at undergraduates, for the course.  Works include books and articles and are mainly in English.  A variety of topics are covered, including religion, literature (Homer, drama, sophists), history, culture, and art and archaeology.
 +
 +
'''Ancient Greek Costume'''
 +
*http://www.library.csi.cuny.edu/roccos/greekcostume/
 +
*Linda Jones Roccos, Reference and Instruction Librarian, College of Staten Island Library, City University of New York.
 +
*Last updated July 2006.
 +
*This bibliography, with added annotations, is available as the published volume Ancient Greek Costume: An Annotated Bibliography, 1784-2005. The author has made lists of the 602 items, arranged alphabetically and chonologically, available as .pdf files, and also provided access to the index, which references the numbers on the alphabetical list.  Books and articles in multiple languages are included, and greek prehistory is covered. This is a wonderful way to provide some level of open access to the content of a work for purchase!
===Roman Studies, General===
===Roman Studies, General===
Line 77: Line 107:
*Updated Jan. 15, 2008.
*Updated Jan. 15, 2008.
*A reading list, aimed at undergraduates, for the course. Works include books and articles and are in English. A variety of topics are covered, including general works, origins of Rome, Rome and her neighbors, archaeology, religion, city life and population, supplying the city, and more.
*A reading list, aimed at undergraduates, for the course. Works include books and articles and are in English. A variety of topics are covered, including general works, origins of Rome, Rome and her neighbors, archaeology, religion, city life and population, supplying the city, and more.
 +
 +
'''Bibliographia Latina Selecta'''
 +
*http://mvdpoel.ruhosting.nl/bibliografie/indexgeneralis.htm
 +
*M. van der Poel, Classics, Nijmegen
 +
*Last updated 2011.
 +
*This is the index page for an extensive scholarly bibliography covering most topics in latin language and literature.  It is based on the out-of-print ''Short Bibliography of the Latin Language and Literature'' (4th ed., van der Poel 1996), but comprehensively updated. Most latin authors from the archaic period through the 5th century CE have individual pages (ordered both alphabetically and chronologically), and there are numerous pages covering language, genres, meter, law, and more. Each page includes sections on bibliographies, editions, indices, and scholarly monographs, in all languages; much secondary literature is not covered.  The interface is in latin.
 +
 +
'''Tools of the Trade: Bibliographies for Roman Studies'''
 +
*http://cnx.org/content/col11220/latest/
 +
*Currently edited by Sander M. Goldberg, UCLA; begun, as a print bibliography, by Lowell Edmunds.
 +
*Updated March 2011.
 +
*Individual bibliographies are described under specific topics; not yet in existence, but planned, are History of Roman Literature, Inscriptions, Latin Linguistics and Etymology, and
 +
Roman Social Life and Customs.
 +
 +
===History of the Discipline===
 +
'''Historia Philologiae at Bibliographica Latina Selecta'''
 +
*http://mvdpoel.ruhosting.nl/bibliografie/histphilol.htm
 +
*M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
 +
*Last updated December 5, 2011.
 +
*Includes scholarly monographs on the history of classical philology (including textual transmission), and modern interpretation, in multiple languages; much journal-based literature is not included. Interface is in latin.
===Digital Classics===
===Digital Classics===
Line 91: Line 141:
*A list of works on digital humanities with a focus on digital classics, originally collected in preparation for a CLIR Report (see http://www.clir.org/activities/details/infrastructure.html ).
*A list of works on digital humanities with a focus on digital classics, originally collected in preparation for a CLIR Report (see http://www.clir.org/activities/details/infrastructure.html ).
-
===Gender and Sexuality===
+
===Gender, Sexuality, and the Family===
'''Diotima’s Bibliographies'''
'''Diotima’s Bibliographies'''
*http://www.stoa.org/diotima/biblio.shtml
*http://www.stoa.org/diotima/biblio.shtml
-
*There are about 50, on topics as varied as Virginity, Hera, and Horace.  Authors and last updated dates vary; the site as a whole was last updated 2004.  Note: April 2011, Diotima and Stoa.org are down due to a hardware failure; work on restoring them is in progress.
+
*There are about 50, on topics as varied as Virginity, Hera, and Horace.  Authors and last updated dates vary; the site as a whole was last updated 2004.   
'''Resources - Ancient Sexuality and Gender'''
'''Resources - Ancient Sexuality and Gender'''
Line 114: Line 164:
*Last updated October 14, 2008.
*Last updated October 14, 2008.
*A relatively brief bibliography of books and articles in English, associated with an undergraduate course. Additional thematic bibliographies are included on the linked syllabus.
*A relatively brief bibliography of books and articles in English, associated with an undergraduate course. Additional thematic bibliographies are included on the linked syllabus.
 +
 +
'''Ancient Weddings: Bibliography'''
 +
*http://ablemedia.com/ctcweb/consortium/ancientweddingsbib.html
 +
*Jennifer Goodall Powers, Dept. of Informatics, SUNY Albany
 +
*Last updated 1997.
 +
*This bibliography is part of a web site on ancient weddings, both Greek and Roman, presumably assembled as part of the work for the author's Master's Thesis in Classics at Tufts.  The bibliography includes texts and translations and secondary sources arranged alphabetically by author. Secondary sources include books and articles and are mostly in English.
 +
 +
'''Children in the Ancient World and Early Middle Ages. A Bibliography'''
 +
*http://www.uta.fi/yky/yhteystiedot/henkilokunta/villevuolanto/index/Children%20in%20the%20Ancient%20World%20and%20the%20Early%20Middle%20Ages.pdf
 +
*Ville Vuolanto, University of Tampere (Finland)
 +
*Last updated September 2010.
 +
*This comprehensive bibliography of 1573 items covers the 8th century BCE to 8th century CE and the entire Mediterranean world, and includes scholarly articles and monographs in multiple languages, arranged alphabetically by author.
 +
 +
'''Bibliography of Childhood in Antiquity'''
 +
*http://faculty.biu.ac.il/~barilm/bibchild.html
 +
*Meir Bar-Ilan, Department of Talmud and Jewish History, Bar-Ilan University.
 +
*Last updated February, 2008.
 +
*This select bibliography includes scholarly articles and monographs in multiple languages (mostly English) related to childhood in Jewish, Greek and Roman antiquity. It is arranged alphabetically by author.
 +
 +
'''Bibliography on Gender in Byzantium'''
 +
*http://www.doaks.org/research/byzantine/resources/bibliography-on-gender-in-byzantium
 +
*Thalia Gouma-Peterson, Alice-Mary Talbot, Nate Aschenbrenner, Dumbarton Oaks
 +
*Update in progress, July 2012.
 +
*This bibliography includes primary and secondary sources, arranged alphabetically by author.  Many of the secondary works cover the Roman period as well as Late Antique/Byzantine.  A conversion of the bibliography to a fully searchable database is in progress.
===Music===
===Music===
Line 122: Line 196:
*A selected, but fairly long, bibliography with books, articles, and web sites in multiple languages.  Sections include recordings, general works, texts, aspects of song, instruments, music in theater (Greek and Roman), and more.
*A selected, but fairly long, bibliography with books, articles, and web sites in multiple languages.  Sections include recordings, general works, texts, aspects of song, instruments, music in theater (Greek and Roman), and more.
-
==Art and Archaeology==
+
'''Ancient Greek & Roman Music: Selected Bibliography'''
 +
*http://www.iwu.edu/~classics/music.html
 +
*Nancy Sultan, Greek and Roman Studies, Illinois Wesleyan University.
 +
*No last update date; latest works are 2003.
 +
*This bibliography includes books, articles, sound recordings, and web resources, mostly in English.  Sections include reference works, general works, primary sources (including on music theory), web resources, and sound recordings.
-
===Ceramics===
+
===Medicine===
-
'''Pottery and Society in Antiquity'''
+
'''Greek and Roman Medicine: An Introductory Bibliography'''
-
*http://web.ics.purdue.edu/~rauhn/Hist_416/HIST_492_files/CLCS481_BIB.htm
+
*http://www.ucl.ac.uk/~ucgajpd/medicina%20antiqua/Medant/intbib.htm
-
*Nicholas K. Rauh, Classical Languages and Literatures, Purdue University
+
*http://www.ucl.ac.uk/~ucgajpd/medicina%20antiqua/Medant/ebiblio2.htm
-
*No last update date; latest items are late 1990s.
+
*http://www.ucl.ac.uk/~ucgajpd/medicina%20antiqua/Medant/ebiblio3.htm
-
*Select bibliography of sources mostly in English, with a focus on monographs, aimed at undergraduatesCovers both Greek and Roman pottery, with some more anthropological approaches in the context of ancient pottery.
+
*Lee T. Percy, The Episcopal Academy, Merion, PA.
 +
*Last updated February 6, 2002.
 +
*This bibliography is aimed at graduate students. The first link includes a list of bibliographic aids, editions (with a focus on Galen and Hippocrates), general overviews, and some selected secondary studiesThe second link includes direct links to a few scholarly articles available online, and the third links to book reviews available online.
-
'''Bibliography of Greek, Roman and Byzantine Pottery at Ilion (Troia)'''
+
'''Ancient Medicine: Bibliography'''
-
*http://classics.uc.edu/troy/grbpottery/html/bibliography.html
+
*http://homepage.usask.ca/~jrp638/CourseNotes/ancmed.html
-
*Sebastian Heath and Billur Tekkök
+
*John R. Porter, History, University of Saskatchewan
-
*No last update
+
*Last updated June 1, 2009
-
*Titles cited in the text of the site, with links to online versions or Worldcat when available.
+
*This select bibliography (at the bottom of the page, below links to texts and some good web exhibits about ancient medicine) is for an undergraduate class.  It includes articles and monographs, mostly in English, about Greek and Roman medicine and the cult of Asclepius.
-
'''Papers on Ceramic Fabrics'''
+
'''An English Language Bibliography of Classical Greek Medicine'''
-
*http://www.facem.at/project/papers.php
+
*http://www.cbmh.ca/index.php/cbmh/article/view/140/139
-
*FACEM Project (Provenance Studies on Pottery in the Central Mediterranean), Universitat Wien
+
*J. T. H. Connor, History of Medicine, Memorial University of Newfoundland
-
*Updated June 2011.
+
*1986.
-
*This is a short list of publications, with linked .pdfs, about classical period ceramic fabrics from around the Mediterranean (Greece, Italy, North Africa, Sardinia). This is a new project, and it is soliciting participation from others, so it is to be hoped that this list of papers will grow. Project interface is in English.
+
*This 300-item bibliography, which downloads as a .pdf file, is arranged alphabetically by author, and has extensive coverage of the literature up to the date of its creation. There are short sections at the end with select works in German, French, and Italian.
-
'''Bibliography for Terracotta Figurines to 600 AD for the Years 1965-2011'''
+
'''Corpus Galenicum: Bibliographie der galenischen und pseudogalenischen Werke'''
-
*http://www.coroplasticstudies.org/bibliography.html
+
*http://cmg.bbaw.de/online-publikationen/Galen-Bibliographie_2012_08_28.pdf
-
*Coroplastic Studies Interest Group, Archaeological Institute of America.
+
*Gerhard Fichtner, late of Universitat Tübingen; continued by the Corpus Medicorum Graecorum/Latinorum
-
*Currently being updated; includes 2011 publications.
+
*Updated August 2012.
-
*Individual bibliographies arranged by year are available, and include monographs and articles in multiple languages, with a focus on the classical world (and pre-classical Greece).
+
*This 201-page .pdf is arranged by ancient work, with editions, translations, and secondary scholarship. There is an index. In German.
-
===Numismatics===
+
'''Corpus Hippocraticum: Bibliographie der hippokratischen und pseudohippokratischen Werke'''
-
'''Greek coinage: A general Bibliography'''
+
*http://cmg.bbaw.de/online-publikationen/hippokrates_2011_03.pdf
-
*http://www.beazley.ox.ac.uk/tools/bibliographies/coins-greek.htm
+
*Gerhard Fichtner, late of Universitat Tübingen; continued by the Corpus Medicorum *Graecorum/Latinorum
-
*H. S. Kim, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, hosted at Classical Art Research Centre.
+
*Updated March 2011.
-
*No last update date; post-2000.
+
*This 128-page .pdf is arranged by ancient work, with editions, translations, and secondary scholarship. There is an index. In German.
-
*An introductory bibliography with a focus on basic works in English, covering the Archaic through Hellenistic period.
+
-
'''Historiography of Numismatics'''
+
===Athletics===
-
*http://www.beazley.ox.ac.uk/tools/bibliographies/coins-historiography.htm
+
'''Nikephoros Bibliography of Sport in Antiquity'''
-
*Christopher Howgego, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, hosted at Classical Art Research Centre.
+
*http://nikephoros.uni-mannheim.de/
-
*January 2010.
+
*Wolfgang Decker (1986-2010); Zinon Papakonstantinou (University of Illinois at Chicago) & Sofie Remijsen (Universität Mannheim) (from 2012).
-
*An introductory bibliography with a focus on basic works in English.
+
*Currently updated as of 12/2015.
 +
*This searchable bibliographic database collects the annual bibliographies on ancient athletics published in the journal Nikephoros beginning in 1986. It includes books, articles, and other scholarly resources in multiple languages. The database can be searched by author, title, publication and keyword (in English, and adding keywords to records older than 2010 is still in progress.) You can also contribute by adding keywords! The current maintainers welcome additions, including citations from before 1986.
-
'''An introductory bibliography for Ancient Numismatics'''
+
==[[Greek and Roman Art and Archaeology]]==
-
*http://www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/dept/coins/exhibitions/ancientcoins/bibliography.html
+
[[Greek and Roman Art and Archaeology]]
-
*Unattributed, Department of Coins and Medals, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
+
-
*No last update date; latest item is 1997.
+
-
*A short list of general resources, and resources on Greek and Roman numismatics, mostly books in English.
+
-
 
+
-
'''Coinage of Greece & Rome - Bibliography'''
+
-
*http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/classics/modules/coins/bibliography/
+
-
*Unattributed, Classics and Ancient History, University of Warwick.
+
-
*Last updated November 30, 2010.
+
-
*Introductory bibliography, mostly in English, with sections on catalogs and reference works, monographs, and journal articles.
+
-
 
+
-
'''DONUM: Database of Numismatic Materials'''
+
-
*http://donum.numismatics.org/
+
-
*American Numismatic Society.
+
-
*Currently maintained.
+
-
*This is the library catalog of the ANS library, which is freely searchable by the public and includes many articles (from their offprint collection) as well as books.  The library also regularly publishes recent acquisitions lists, available at http://numismatics.org/Library/RecentAcquisitions and ANS publishes an annotated bibliography on coinage, Numismatic Literature, some volumes of which are available online: http://numismatics.org/Numlit/Numlit
+
-
 
+
-
===Greek Art and Archaeology===
+
-
'''Bibliography: Greek Archaeology'''
+
-
*http://www.cornellcollege.edu/classical_studies/arch/greecebib.shtml
+
-
*John Gruber-Miller, Department of Classical Studies, Cornell College (Iowa)
+
-
*Copyrighted 2003; web page last updated March 16, 2011.
+
-
*Lists introductory works, in English, for undergraduates. Covers the Greek Bronze Age through the Classical period, and has subdivisions for topics like Death and Burial, Sculpture, Religion, and Athletics.
+
-
 
+
-
'''Athenian Political Art from the fifth and fourth centuries BCE'''
+
-
*http://www.stoa.org/projects/demos/article_art_bibliography?page=index&greekEncoding=
+
-
*Amy C. Smith, Department of Classics and Curator, Ure Museum, University of Reading
+
-
*Written January 18, 2003.
+
-
*This bibliography, a part of the Stoa.org publication ''Demos'', includes articles and monographs in multiple languages.
+
-
 
+
-
'''Classical Greek Architecture'''
+
-
*http://www.beazley.ox.ac.uk/tools/bibliographies/architecture.htm
+
-
*J. J. Coulton, Faculty of Classics, Oxford, hosted at Classical Art Research Centre.
+
-
*No last update date; post-2000.
+
-
*A select bibliography, mostly in English and most monographs, serving as a reading list for undergraduates. There are very brief annotations and categories such as Handbooks, Ancient Sources, Design and Technique, etc.
+
-
 
+
-
'''Gems'''
+
-
*http://www.beazley.ox.ac.uk/tools/bibliographies/gems.htm
+
-
*Unattributed, hosted at Classical Art Research Centre.
+
-
*No last update date; post-2000.
+
-
*A very brief bibliography of monographs in English and German.
+
-
 
+
-
'''Pottery'''
+
-
*http://www.beazley.ox.ac.uk/tools/bibliographies/pottery/default.htm
+
-
*Unattributed, hosted at Classical Art Research Centre.
+
-
*No last update date; post-2000.
+
-
*A detailed bibliography including articles and books with an emphasis on English but much in other languages. Sub-headings: General, Connoisseurship, Iconography, Inscriptions, Shapes, Athenian, Boeotian, Corinthian, Chalcidian, East Greek, Etruscan, Laconian, South Italian.
+
-
 
+
-
'''Sculpture Bibliography'''
+
-
*http://www.beazley.ox.ac.uk/tools/bibliographies/sculpture.htm
+
-
*Unattributed, hosted at Classical Art Research Centre.
+
-
*No last update date; post-2000.
+
-
*An introductory bibliography with a focus on monographs in English. Sub-headings: General Handbooks, Introductory, Functions and Settings, Materials and Techniques, Artists, originals and copies, Archaic, Fifth-century BC, Fourth-century BC, Grave-reliefs, Portraiture.
+
-
 
+
-
'''History of collections (classical antiquities)'''
+
-
*http://www.beazley.ox.ac.uk/tools/bibliographies/collections.htm
+
-
*Unattributed, hosted at Classical Art Research Centre.
+
-
*No last update date; post-2000.
+
-
*An introductory bibliography including books and monographs with a focus on English but several works in other languages. Topics include inscriptions, and subheadings are Art, Archaeology, and Cultures of Collecting.
+
-
 
+
-
===Greek Archaeological Sites===
+
-
 
+
-
'''Eretria Bibliographic Database'''
+
-
*http://www3.unil.ch/esag/esag_db/?function=show_search_form&table_name=biblio
+
-
*Swiss School of Archaeology in Greece
+
-
*Includes citations from 2011 publications.
+
-
*A searchable database with 3061 entries of scholarly publications about Eretria and Euboea, in all languages.  About 20 keywords can be used to narrow searches, including by chronological period, type of find, and other criteria.
+
-
 
+
-
'''Scholarship on the Corinthia'''
+
-
*http://www.und.nodak.edu/instruct/wcaraher/EKASPage/EKASBibliography.html
+
-
*William Caraher and David Pettegrew.
+
-
*Last updated 2007.
+
-
*Prepared for the Eastern Korinthia Archaeological Survey, this bibliography focuses on recent scholarship in the eastern Corinthia, and is especially light on Isthmia and Kenchreai. It includes books and articles, mostly in English.
+
-
 
+
-
'''Halieis Bibliography'''
+
-
*http://home.comcast.net/~btse1/halieis/bibliog/bibliog.htm
+
-
*Thomas D. Boyd.
+
-
*No last update date; latest publications are 2005.
+
-
*A selected bibliography on the Greek archaeological site; all publications are in English.
+
-
 
+
-
'''OSU Excavations at Isthmia: Selected References'''
+
-
*http://isthmia.osu.edu/biblio.html
+
-
*Unattributed, Ohio State University.
+
-
*Copyrighted 2000; no items listed date after that.
+
-
*I would guess this bibliography was prepared to orient students working at the site; it includes major publications about Isthmia as well as some very general works in Greek archaeology.
+
-
 
+
-
'''Sparta: A Bibliography'''
+
-
*http://www.csun.edu/~hcfll004/spartbib.html
+
-
*John Paul Adams, Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures, California State University Northridge.
+
-
*Last updated 09/09/08.
+
-
*Includes books and articles in major European languages; subsections are Major ancient texts, History and society, and Archaeology.
+
-
 
+
-
===Roman Art & Archaeology===
+
-
'''Ara Pacis Augustae: Bibliography'''
+
-
*http://cdm.reed.edu/ara-pacis/bibliography.php
+
-
*Charles S. Rhyne, Department of Art History, Reed College
+
-
*No last update date; includes 2010 works.
+
-
*A select bibliography focused on the "complex physical history" of the Ara Pacis, includes the 1938 and 2006 museums. Arranged alphabetically, this includes monographs, articles, and web sites in multiple languages; there are lengthy and detailed annotations.
+
-
 
+
-
'''Ancient Roman Roads (Viae Romanae)'''
+
-
*http://www.csun.edu/~hcfll004/viaeromanae.html
+
-
*John P. Adams, Classics, California State University Northridge.
+
-
*Last update April 2011.
+
-
*A lengthy bibliography including monographs, articles, and web resources in multiple languages. Sub-headings include Texts, General Resources, and many geographical divisions.
+
-
 
+
-
'''Inscriptiones, Leges at Bibliographica Latina Selecta (Early Roman Inscriptions)'''
+
-
*http://www.let.ru.nl/~m.v.d.poel/bibliografie/littarch-inscrleg.htm
+
-
M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
+
-
Last updated December 20, 2010.
+
-
Includes a long list of collection of archaic latin inscriptions, in multiple languages; much secondary literature is not included. Interface is in latin.
+
-
 
+
-
====Roman Britain====
+
-
'''Roman Britain Bibliography'''
+
-
*http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/classics/modules/brit/bibliography/
+
-
*Classics and Ancient History, Warwick University.
+
-
*Last updated June 1, 2010.
+
-
*This reading list for an undergraduate course focuses on monographs, and all works are in English. Sections include general works, histories, administration, Hadrian'w wall, towns, roads, countryside, and art.
+
-
 
+
-
'''Curse Tablets from Roman Britain: Bibliography'''
+
-
*http://curses.csad.ox.ac.uk/tablets/bibliography.shtml
+
-
*Center for the Study of Ancient Documents, Oxford
+
-
*Includes material published through 2002.
+
-
*A comprehensive bibliography of published curse tablets from Roman Britain, with a few items on other magical documents.
+
-
 
+
-
'''Sub-Roman Britain: Bibliography'''
+
-
*http://www.the-orb.net/encyclop/early/origins/rom_celt/biblio2.html
+
-
*Christopher A. Snyder. Department of History and Politics, Marymount University.
+
-
*Last updated June 2, 2003.
+
-
*This bibliography focuses on Britain in the period 400-600 C.E., and includes sections comprising bibliographies, primary sources, and secondary works. It includes monographs and articles; almost everything is in English.
+
-
 
+
-
===Post-Classical Reception===
+
-
'''The Reception of Classical Art Bibliography'''
+
-
*http://www.beazley.ox.ac.uk/tools/bibliographies/classical-art.htm
+
-
*Beazley Archive, last updated February 25, 2010.
+
==History==
==History==
Line 312: Line 259:
*Last updated September 2009.
*Last updated September 2009.
*This bibliography focuses on monographs and edited volumes, not journal articles, in multiple languages.  Sub-topics are wide-ranging and include studies of specific regions, studies of industries, transportation, and much more.
*This bibliography focuses on monographs and edited volumes, not journal articles, in multiple languages.  Sub-topics are wide-ranging and include studies of specific regions, studies of industries, transportation, and much more.
 +
 +
'''Religion and Power in Archaic and Classical Greece'''
 +
*https://www.zotero.org/groups/cincinnati_2011_religion_and_power_in_archaic_and_classical_greece/items/
 +
*Michael Laughy, Classics, University of Cincinnati, and graduate students
 +
*Last updated March 21, 2011.
 +
*This Zotero bibliography is divided into sections titled Archaic Tyrants; Athenian Tribute Lists; Empire, Festivals, and the Athenian Acropolis; Religion, Power, and Women; and Sacred Calendars.  It includes both monographs and articles, largely in English, and is heavily tagged by specific topic.
===Hellenistic===
===Hellenistic===
Line 319: Line 272:
*Last update February 2004.
*Last update February 2004.
*Includes over 800 items, with monographs and essays from edited volumes but not journal articles, in multiple languages.  Sub-headings include Chronology, Alexander in Egypt, and Law and Administration.
*Includes over 800 items, with monographs and essays from edited volumes but not journal articles, in multiple languages.  Sub-headings include Chronology, Alexander in Egypt, and Law and Administration.
 +
 +
'''Some Books on the Hellenistic Age'''
 +
*http://www.uvm.edu/~bsaylor/classics/biblio221.html
 +
*Barbara Saylor Rodgers, Classics, University of Vermont
 +
*No last update date; latest works are 1997.
 +
*This list of books on Hellenistic topics owned by the University of Vermont (with call numbers) is aimed at undergraduates.  It includes only monographs and most of them are in English.
===Roman===
===Roman===
Line 338: Line 297:
*Last update June 2010.
*Last update June 2010.
*Includes monographs only, in multiple languages. Sub-topics include Coinage, Provinces, Philhellenism.
*Includes monographs only, in multiple languages. Sub-topics include Coinage, Provinces, Philhellenism.
-
 
-
'''Notitia Dignitatum: Bibliography'''
 
-
*http://members.ozemail.com.au/~igmaier/notitia.htm
 
-
*Ingo Maier.
 
-
*Currently updated.
 
-
*From the linked page one has access to a lengthy bibliography in multiple parts, covering editions, translations, and facsimiles; interest discussions; and print references in chunks for the period from 1500 to the present.
 
'''The Roman Economy - Bibliography'''
'''The Roman Economy - Bibliography'''
Line 350: Line 303:
*Last updated March 1, 2011.
*Last updated March 1, 2011.
*A reading list for an undergraduate course, comprising books and articles in English.
*A reading list for an undergraduate course, comprising books and articles in English.
 +
 +
'''Oxford Roman Economy Project'''
 +
*Oxford Roman Economy Project: Mining
 +
*http://www.romaneconomy.ox.ac.uk/oxrep/index.php?t=14&pg=34
 +
*Oxford Roman Economy Project: Fish industries and garum production
 +
*http://www.romaneconomy.ox.ac.uk/oxrep/index.php?t=14&pg=29
 +
*Oxford Roman Economy Project: Wine production and trade
 +
*http://www.romaneconomy.ox.ac.uk/oxrep/index.php?t=14&pg=28
 +
*Oxford Roman Economy Project: Olive oil production and trade
 +
*http://www.romaneconomy.ox.ac.uk/oxrep/index.php?t=14&pg=33
 +
*Oxford Roman Economy Project, led by Alan Bowman and Andrew Wilson
 +
*Updated 5/11/2007; Mining updated 2/14/2011.
 +
*These lengthy (but selected) bibliographies include monographs and articles in multiple languages, and are organized by sub-topic as well as geographic region within the Roman empire.
'''Inscriptiones, Leges at Bibliographica Latina Selecta (Early Roman Inscriptions)'''
'''Inscriptiones, Leges at Bibliographica Latina Selecta (Early Roman Inscriptions)'''
-
*http://www.let.ru.nl/~m.v.d.poel/bibliografie/littarch-inscrleg.htm
+
*http://mvdpoel.ruhosting.nl/bibliografie/littarch-inscrleg.htm
-
M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
+
*M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
-
Last updated December 20, 2010.
+
*Last updated December 20, 2011.
-
Includes a long list of collection of archaic latin inscriptions, in multiple languages; much secondary literature is not included. Interface is in latin.
+
*Includes a long list of collections of archaic latin inscriptions, in multiple languages; much secondary literature is not included. Interface is in latin.
 +
 
 +
===Late Roman/Late Antique===
 +
'''Online Bibliographies for Late Antiquity'''
 +
*http://www.nipissingu.ca/department/history/MUHLBERGER/ORB/BIBLIOS.HTM
 +
*Steve Muhlberger, History, Nipissing University (Canada).
 +
*Last updated January 23, 2004.
 +
*This is a compilation of bibliographies relevant to late Roman and Late Antique history and culture.  A few are already included in the Ancient World Open Bibliographies individually; I will work on adding the rest as time allows (some links are no longer working).  Topics in these bibliographies include regions (Bulgaria, Georgia, Egypt), women and the family, religion, and literature and music.
 +
 
 +
'''Notitia Dignitatum: Bibliography'''
 +
*http://notitiadignitatum.org
 +
*Ingo Maier.
 +
*Currently updated.
 +
*From the linked page one has access to a lengthy bibliography in multiple parts, covering editions, translations, and facsimiles; interest discussions; and print references in chunks for the period from 1500 to the present.
 +
 
 +
'''The Fall of the Roman Empire: Bibliography'''
 +
*http://arts.uwaterloo.ca/~lneuru/courses/cl373bib.html
 +
*Lucinda Neuru, Classical Studies, University of Waterloo
 +
*Last updated 1997.
 +
*This select bibliography was prepared for an undergraduate class and consists of books in English.  Sections include primary sources, history, theories about the decline and fall, culture and literature, society, private life, pagans and Christians, and more.
 +
 
 +
'''Lead and the Fall of Rome'''
 +
*http://www.nipissingu.ca/department/history/MUHLBERGER/ORB/LEAD.HTM
 +
*Compiled by Steve Muhlberger from contributions to the list LT-ANTIQ, hosted at The Orb.
 +
*March 23, 1998.
 +
*Includes books, articles, and book reviews, all in English, on lead and "ancient heavy metal" (rock on!) in general.
 +
 
 +
'''Late Roman Food Supply'''
 +
*http://folk.uio.no/larsel/food.html
 +
*Compiled by Lars Lordahl from contributions to the list LT-ANTIQ.
 +
*Last updated May 1, 1998.
 +
*This bibliography includes monographs and articles in English and German, and is organized by the sections: general, food supply and population, archaeological material, trade, economy, and the Pirenne debate, administration and urban society.
===Military History===
===Military History===
Line 365: Line 362:
*Includes monographs and essays from edited volumes but not journal articles, in multiple languages.  There are very detailed sub-topics.
*Includes monographs and essays from edited volumes but not journal articles, in multiple languages.  There are very detailed sub-topics.
-
'''The Trireme Trust: Bibliography'''
+
'''War and Peace in Classical Antiquity'''
-
*http://www.triremetrust.org.uk/index.asp?page=bibliography
+
*http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/rrice/milbib96.html
-
*The contact person for The Trireme Trust is Andrew Ruddle.
+
*Rob S. Rice, Ancient History, University of Pennsylvania
-
*Last updated 10/31/06.
+
*Last updated 1996.
-
*Works are all in English, include books and articles, and focus on the functionality and construction of Greek triremes.
+
*This bibliography, created for an undergraduate class, includes articles and books in multiple languages, arranged alphabetically.  The Archaic Greek through Roman periods are covered.
'''Roman Army Bibliography'''
'''Roman Army Bibliography'''
Line 376: Line 373:
*Last major update October 2009, update planned summer 2011.
*Last major update October 2009, update planned summer 2011.
*An extensive bibliography of monographs and articles and some web sites in multiple languages, covering subtopics including primary sources, Legions, Recruitment, Finance, and the Navy.
*An extensive bibliography of monographs and articles and some web sites in multiple languages, covering subtopics including primary sources, Legions, Recruitment, Finance, and the Navy.
 +
 +
'''Roman Army Bibliography'''
 +
*http://members.tripod.com/~S_van_Dorst/biblio.html
 +
*Sander van Doorst
 +
*Last updated February 4, 2007.
 +
*This select bibliography focuses on the author's personal interests, and includes articles and monographs in multiple languages. It is arranged alphabetically by authors, and includes some introductory recommendations on books in English for students.
 +
 +
====Naval====
 +
'''The Trireme Trust: Bibliography'''
 +
*http://www.triremetrust.org.uk/index.asp?page=bibliography
 +
*The contact person for The Trireme Trust is Andrew Ruddle.
 +
*Last updated 10/31/06.
 +
*Works are all in English, include books and articles, and focus on the functionality and construction of Greek triremes.
 +
 +
'''The Development of the Roman Navy'''
 +
*http://www.nipissingu.ca/department/history/MUHLBERGER/ORB/NAVY.HTM
 +
*Thomas P. Roche, hosted at The Orb, Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies
 +
*Created 1991.
 +
*This short bibliography of secondary works has a focus on monographs in English.
===Law===
===Law===
 +
====Greek====
'''NOMOI: Bibliography on Ancient Greek Law'''
'''NOMOI: Bibliography on Ancient Greek Law'''
-
*http://www.sfu.ca/nomoi/toc.htm
+
*http://www.sfu.ca/nomoi/
*Maintained by David C. Mirhady, Iliad Arnaoutoglou, and Mark J Sundahl.  
*Maintained by David C. Mirhady, Iliad Arnaoutoglou, and Mark J Sundahl.  
*Also includes a list of Web resources and a glossary of Athenian legal terms.  
*Also includes a list of Web resources and a glossary of Athenian legal terms.  
-
*Last full update: Spring 2007.
+
*Last update: June 2014.
 +
====Roman====
'''Ius Romanum at Bibliographica Latina Selecta'''
'''Ius Romanum at Bibliographica Latina Selecta'''
-
*http://www.let.ru.nl/~m.v.d.poel/bibliografie/iusromanum.htm
+
*http://mvdpoel.ruhosting.nl/bibliografie/iusromanum.htm
*M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
*M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
-
*Last updated December 20, 2010.
+
*Last updated October 25, 2011.
*Includes bibliographies, editions, and scholarly monographs, in multiple languages; much secondary literature is not included. Interface is in latin.
*Includes bibliographies, editions, and scholarly monographs, in multiple languages; much secondary literature is not included. Interface is in latin.
 +
 +
'''DRANT: Droits Antiques'''
 +
*http://www2.misha.fr/flora/jsp/index.jsp
 +
*Center for the Documentation of Ancient Law, Paris.
 +
*Currently updated (2011).
 +
*This searchable bibliographic database contains approximately 56,000 entries on ancient law (including Greek, Roman, Persian,Near Eastern, and Egyptian, with 2000 more added annually. Coverage is very international and includes books and articles. The database allows searching by a large number of criteria. The interface is available in French, and (mostly) in English.
 +
 +
'''FoLIVM -- Fons Litterarum Iuris Veterum & Medii aevi'''
 +
*http://www.rg1.jura.uni-erlangen.de/db_index.html
 +
*Prof. Dr. Hans-Dieter Spengler, Lehrstuhl für Bürgerliches Recht, Römisches Recht und Antike Rechtsgeschichte, Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg
 +
*Currently updated (2011)
 +
*This searchable bibliographic database contains 76,000 entries, exclusively articles and book reviews, with international coverage.  As of 8/16/11, the search function returned a "file not found" error for every search tried.
 +
 +
'''Criminal Law / Droit pénal (Roman)'''
 +
*http://www.lareau-law.ca/codification-Rome.html
 +
*Francois Lareau, Lawyer, Ottawa.
 +
*Last updated 28 December 2010.
 +
*Includes links to selected texts and French translations of texts, and a bibliography of monographs and articles, arranged alphabetically by author, with an emphasis on works in French and English.
 +
 +
'''Arbeitsmittel zu Digestenexegesen in Leipziger Bibliotheken'''
 +
*http://www.uni-leipzig.de/~jurarom/euro/litleip/dat/litleip.htm
 +
*Gero Dolezalek, Steffen Wunderlich, University of Leipzig
 +
*Updated since 2005.
 +
*This selected, annotated bibliography is organized by type of work (journals, dictionaries, encyclopedias) and is heavy on 19th century German publications.
 +
 +
'''A Bibliography on Women and the Family in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages (2nd-7th c. AD)'''
 +
*http://www.nipissingu.ca/department/history/muhlberger/orb/arjava3.htm
 +
*Antti Arjava, University of Helsinki                                                                                     
 +
*January 17, 2005
 +
*This bibliography is organized alphabetically by author and contains monographs and articles in multiple languages.
 +
 +
'''Roman Law Readings'''
 +
*http://faculty.law.pitt.edu/hibbitts/rome.htm
 +
*Bernard J. Hibbetts, University of Pittsburgh School of Law
 +
*No last update date; latest works are 1995.
 +
*This short bibliography includes recommended readings for a class in ancient law; there are monographs and articles, all in English.
==Language==
==Language==
Line 406: Line 460:
*This bibliography focuses on publications of interest to those working from a functional perspective. It includes monographs and articles in multiple languages and is arranged by topic: clause types, particles, pragmatics and word order, tense and aspect, and miscellaneous works.
*This bibliography focuses on publications of interest to those working from a functional perspective. It includes monographs and articles in multiple languages and is arranged by topic: clause types, particles, pragmatics and word order, tense and aspect, and miscellaneous works.
-
===Latin Linguistics===
+
===Latin Language and Linguistics===
'''A Bibliography of Latin Linguistics, especially of Latin Particles'''
'''A Bibliography of Latin Linguistics, especially of Latin Particles'''
-
*http://www.lrz.de/~latinparticles/
+
*http://latinparticles.userweb.mwn.de/
*Josine Schrickx, Thesaurus Linguae Latinae
*Josine Schrickx, Thesaurus Linguae Latinae
-
*Last updated April 7, 2011.
+
*Last updated July 19, 2012.
*Includes books and articles in several languages; sub-headings include General Bibliography, Interjections, Modality, Pronouns, and specific particles.
*Includes books and articles in several languages; sub-headings include General Bibliography, Interjections, Modality, Pronouns, and specific particles.
 +
 +
'''The History of Latin Pronunciation'''
 +
*http://www.music.princeton.edu/~jeffery/pronunc.html
 +
*Peter Jeffery, Music, Princeton
 +
*No last update date; latest works are 1992.
 +
*This short bibliography is focused on the pronunciation of latin in both classical forms and in later church music.  It includes monographs and articles in English.
 +
 +
'''Bibliography of Latin Language Resources'''
 +
*http://www.hps.cam.ac.uk/latintherapy/bibliography.html
 +
*Latin Therapy, Department of History and Philosophy of Science, Cambridge.
 +
*Last updated September 21, 2009.
 +
*This short bibliography covers some general latin dictionaries and grammars, and then lists specialized ones for topics such as regional and medieval latin, medicine, theology, and natural history. It includes some links to online resources.
 +
 +
'''Concordances and Indices Verborum (Tools of the Trade: Bibliographies for Roman Studies)'''
 +
*http://cnx.org/content/m36626/latest/
 +
*Roberta Stewart, Dartmouth College.
 +
*Updated May 12, 2011.
 +
*A list of concordances to the works of ancient authors writing in Latin in the Roman world. These are arranged alphabetically by the author's common name.
 +
 +
'''Specialized Vocabularies (Tools of the Trade: Bibliographies for Roman Studies)'''
 +
*http://cnx.org/content/m35083/latest/
 +
*Stephen Wheeler, Pennsylvania State University
 +
*Updated August 10, 2010.
 +
*The bibliography is arranged alphabetically by author and includes works in multiple languages. It covers eclectic topics as diverse as ornithological and legal language in latin.
===Latin Grammar and Information Architecture===
===Latin Grammar and Information Architecture===
'''Ars Grammatica at Bibliographica Latina Selecta'''
'''Ars Grammatica at Bibliographica Latina Selecta'''
-
*Ars Grammatica: Generalia http://www.let.ru.nl/~m.v.d.poel/bibliografie/grammatica-gen.htm
+
*Ars Grammatica: Generalia http://mvdpoel.ruhosting.nl/bibliografie/grammatica-gen.htm
-
*Ars Grammatica: Historica http://www.let.ru.nl/~m.v.d.poel/bibliografie/grammatica-hist.htm
+
*Ars Grammatica: Historica http://mvdpoel.ruhosting.nl/bibliografie/grammatica-hist.htm
-
*Ars Grammatica: Syntactica et Stylistica http://www.let.ru.nl/~m.v.d.poel/bibliografie/grammatica-synt+styl.htm
+
*Ars Grammatica: Syntactica et Stylistica http://mvdpoel.ruhosting.nl/bibliografie/grammatica-synt+styl.htm
-
*Ars Grammatica: Lingua Vulgaris http://www.let.ru.nl/~m.v.d.poel/bibliografie/grammatica-vulg.htm
+
*Ars Grammatica: Lingua Vulgaris http://mvdpoel.ruhosting.nl/bibliografie/grammatica-vulg.htm
-
*Ars Grammatica: Linguae Italicae http://www.let.ru.nl/~m.v.d.poel/bibliografie/grammatica-ital.htm
+
*Ars Grammatica: Linguae Italicae http://mvdpoel.ruhosting.nl/bibliografie/grammatica-ital.htm
*M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
*M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
-
*Last updated December 9, 2010.
+
*Last updated December 9, 2011.
*Taken together this set of pages provides bibliographies on the various topics noted above, mainly monographs, with some coverage of inscriptions and some inclusion of conference proceedings. Works are in multiple modern languages; much secondary journal-based literature is not included. Interface is in latin.
*Taken together this set of pages provides bibliographies on the various topics noted above, mainly monographs, with some coverage of inscriptions and some inclusion of conference proceedings. Works are in multiple modern languages; much secondary journal-based literature is not included. Interface is in latin.
 +
 +
'''Modern Grammarians and Ancient Grammars (Tools of the Trade: Bibliographies for Roman Studies)'''
 +
*http://cnx.org/content/m35081/latest/
 +
*Anthony Corbeill, University of Kansas
 +
*Updated August 10, 2010.
 +
*This select bibliography is annotated and includes modern grammars, primary sources, and secondary sources on specific topics (i.e. syntax, the subjunctive.)
'''Bibliography on Latin Stemmatic Diagrams Since Late Antiquity'''
'''Bibliography on Latin Stemmatic Diagrams Since Late Antiquity'''
Line 459: Line 543:
*This is a selected bibliography, including books and articles in English and German. There are a few sub-sections (Style, Of Dubious Value, and a few articles on whether prose composition should be taught.)
*This is a selected bibliography, including books and articles in English and German. There are a few sub-sections (Style, Of Dubious Value, and a few articles on whether prose composition should be taught.)
-
==Ancient Literature==
+
==Paleography==
-
 
+
'''Paleographia, Ars Critica at Bibliographica Latina Selecta'''
-
'''See also listings for individual authors under [[Greek Authors]] and [[Latin Authors]]'''
+
*http://mvdpoel.ruhosting.nl/bibliografie/palarscrit.htm
-
 
+
-
===General===
+
-
'''Die erotische Dichtung der Antike'''
+
-
*http://www.lrz.de/~stroh/bibl/erotik.html
+
-
*Wilfried Stroh, Institut für Klassische Philologie, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
+
-
*Created summer 2000.
+
-
*Extensive bibliography, totaling 496 items including articles and books in multiple languages, with subsections on the erotic in various aspects of ancient literature, with a special focus on poetry.
+
-
 
+
-
'''Network for the Study of Archaic and Classical Greek Song: Bibliography'''
+
-
*http://www.let.ru.nl/greeksong/index.php?title=Bibliography
+
-
*Collaborative; site is managed by Ewen Bowie (University of Oxford) and André Lardinois (Radboud University Nijmegen).
+
-
*Most recent update February 2011.
+
-
*A bibliography that contains relevant publications on archaic and classical Greek poetry (including the choruses of classical drama), especially after 1989. Wiki page, which is browseable and searchable, and categorizes citations for books and articles in multiple languages by topic.
+
-
 
+
-
'''Bibliography of Publications by Albert Bates Lord (Oral Literature and Epic)'''
+
-
*http://journal.oraltradition.org/files/articles/25ii/11_25.2.pdf and published in ''Oral Tradition'' (25:2)
+
-
*Morgan E. Grey, Dept. of Classical Studies, University of Missouri-Columbia, with Mary Louise Lord and John Miles Foley
+
-
*Published October 2010.
+
-
*This is a comprehensive bibliography of works by Lord, with publication dates from 1936-2000. The works, all in English, include books, articles, and contributions to scholarly discussions. Topics include Homer, epic poetry generally, oral traditions generally, and southeastern European song and folklore.
+
-
 
+
-
'''Bibliographia Latina Selecta'''
+
-
*http://www.let.kun.nl/~m.v.d.poel/bibliografie/indexgeneralis.htm
+
-
*M. van der Poel, Classics, Nijmegen
+
-
*Last updated 2010/2011.
+
-
*This is the index page for an extensive scholarly bibliography covering most topics in latin language and literature.  It is based on the out-of-print ''Short Bibliography of the Latin Language and Literature'' (4th ed., van der Poel 1996), but comprehensively updated. Most latin authors from the archaic period through the 5th century CE have individual pages (ordered both alphabetically and chronologically), and there are numerous pages covering language, genres, meter, law, and more. Each page includes sections on bibliographies, editions, indices, and scholarly monographs, in all languages; much secondary literature is not covered.  The interface is in latin.
+
-
 
+
-
'''Litterae Archaicae: Generalia at Bibliographica Latina Selecta'''
+
-
*http://www.let.ru.nl/~m.v.d.poel/bibliografie/littarch-gen.htm
+
*M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
*M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
-
*Last updated December 20, 2010.
+
*Last updated December 5, 2011.
-
*Includes editions, indices, and scholarly monographs on archaic latin literature, in multiple languages; much secondary literature is not included. Interface is in latin.
+
*Includes scholarly monographs, in multiple languages; much journal-based literature is not included. Interface is in latin.
-
===Meter and Prosody===
+
'''Textual Criticism and Textual Transmission (Tools of the Trade: Bibliographies for Roman Studies)'''
-
'''Lateinische Metrik (does include some Greek)'''
+
*http://cnx.org/content/m35176/latest/
-
*http://www.lrz.de/~stroh/bibl/metrik.html
+
*James Zetzel, Columbia University
-
*Wilfried Stroh, Institut für Klassische Philologie, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
+
*Updated August 16, 2010.
-
*Created summer 1999.
+
*This bibliography, described by its author as "both opinionated and by no means exhaustive," covers the topics of Textual Criticism (Theory and Practice), History of Texts (Recension), and Great Editions and Works of Practical Criticism. It includes works in multiple languages.
-
*Extensive bibliography, totaling 398 items including articles and books in multiple languages, with subsections on Greek and Latin meter, phonetics and prosody, etc.
+
-
'''Ars Metrica/Prosa Rhythmica at Bibliographica Latina Selecta'''
+
==Classical Literature by Genre==
-
*http://www.let.ru.nl/~m.v.d.poel/bibliografie/arsmetrica.htm
+
-
*M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
+
-
*Last updated November 23, 2010.
+
-
*Includes bibliographies, general monographs,a nd specialized monographs, in multiple languages; much secondary literature is not included. Interface is in latin.
+
-
===Drama, General===
+
'''See also listings for individual authors under [[Greek Authors]] and [[Latin Authors]]'''
-
'''Diotima: Drama'''
+
-
*http://www.stoa.org/dio-bin/diobib?drama
+
-
*Diotima at Stoa.org.
+
-
*Last updated 2004.
+
-
*Selected bibliography of books and articles, mostly in English, on the topic of women and gender in ancient drama - mostly Greek but some Roman.
+
-
 
+
-
===Greek Tragedy===
+
-
 
+
-
'''Greek Tragedy - Bibliography'''
+
-
*http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/classics/modules/gktrag/bibliography/
+
-
*Classics and Ancient History, Warwick University.
+
-
*Last updated January 14, 2010.
+
-
*Reading list for an undergraduate course, with books and articles in English. Organized by topics, including general background, the chorus, Aeschylus (Persians and Oresteia), Sophocles, Euripides.
+
-
 
+
-
'''Readings on Greek Tragedy'''
+
-
*http://www.class.uidaho.edu/luschnig/GTC/3.htm and update http://www.class.uidaho.edu/luschnig/GTC/24.htm
+
-
*C. A. E Luschnig, University of Idaho, Classics
+
-
*No last updated date, but most recent publications are late 1990s.
+
-
*Mostly books, mostly in English, with the goal of giving general background about Greek society and drama, with a focus on tragedy and Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides.
+
-
 
+
-
===Roman Drama===
+
-
'''Drama in the Roman Republic: Getting Started'''
+
-
*http://uts.cc.utexas.edu/~timmoore/romandramabib.html
+
-
*Timothy J. Moore, Department of Classics, University of Texas at Austin
+
-
*Last updated September 1, 2010.
+
-
*A selected but fairly lengthy bibliography including books, articles, and web resources in multiple languages. Sections include general discussions, general works on comedy, Plautus, Terence, lost comedy, and tragedy and praetextae.
+
-
===Roman Comedy===
+
[[Classical Literature]]
-
'''Römische Komödie'''
+
-
*http://www.lrz.de/~stroh/bibl/komoedie.html
+
-
*Wilfried Stroh, Institut für Klassische Philologie, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
+
-
*Created winter 2004-2005.
+
-
*Extensive bibliography, totaling 509 items including articles and books in multiple languages, subdivided by author and work as well as covering general issues.
+
==[[Greek Authors]]==
==[[Greek Authors]]==
Line 567: Line 587:
*Copyrighted 2006, which is presumably the last update.
*Copyrighted 2006, which is presumably the last update.
*A short bibliography, mostly in English.
*A short bibliography, mostly in English.
 +
 +
'''Provisional Bibliography for a New Edition of Aristotle's Protrepticus'''
 +
*http://www.protrepticus.info/bib2013ii25.pdf
 +
*D. S. Hutchinson, University of Toronto, and Monte Ransome Johnson, University of California, San Diego
 +
*Updated February 25, 2013.
 +
*This 17-page web .pdf consists of two sections: primary sources (arranged by ancient author), with lists of editions and manuscripts, and 10 pages of secondary sources, arranged alphabetically by modern author and including articles and books in multiple languages. Those interested in Aristotle's Protrepticus should also explore the site as a whole: http://www.protrepticus.info/.
'''Fatalism and Determinism in Ancient Greek Philosophy'''
'''Fatalism and Determinism in Ancient Greek Philosophy'''
Line 572: Line 598:
*Robin Smith, Department of Philosophy, Texas A & M University
*Robin Smith, Department of Philosophy, Texas A & M University
*No last update date; latest work cited is 2007.
*No last update date; latest work cited is 2007.
-
*Created for an upper-level class - perhaps a graduate class - this bibliography includes primary and secondary sources (including books and articles), mostly in English with a few title in German and French.
+
*Created for an upper-level class - perhaps a graduate class - this bibliography includes primary and secondary sources (including books and articles), mostly in English with a few titles in German and French.
 +
 
 +
'''Michael Frede - A Bibliography'''
 +
*http://schmidhauser.us/2007-bib.frede.pdf
 +
*Compiled by A. U. Schmidhauser, Depts. of Classics and Philosophy, UCLA, with contributions by C Brittain, ABronowski, D Caluori, J-B Gourinat, KIerodiakonou, G Karamanolis, CKietzmann, GER Lloyd, and F Zika.
 +
*Updated 02/03/2011.
 +
*This is a comprehensive bibliography of works (including reviews and encyclopedia entries) by the late Michael Frede (1940-2007), who wrote widely on ancient Greek philosophy. Works are arranged by date of initial publication and are in German, English, or French. Users are invited to email any additions.
'''Ancient and Medieval Natural Philosophy'''
'''Ancient and Medieval Natural Philosophy'''
Line 583: Line 615:
*Includes editions and commentaries, and includes monographs and articles in all languages.  Subdivided by work.
*Includes editions and commentaries, and includes monographs and articles in all languages.  Subdivided by work.
-
==Religion==
+
'''Ancient Greek Science: General Bibliography'''
 +
*http://www.uh.edu/~cfreelan/courses/AncSciBiblio.html
 +
*Cynthia Freeland, Philosophy, University of Houston
 +
*Last updated spring 1997.
 +
*This bibliography was compiled for a graduate seminar, and includes books and articles in English with sections on the Presocratics, Plato's Timaeus, and Aristotle.
 +
 
 +
==Religion and Mythology==
 +
'''Roman Religion (Tools of the Trade: Bibliographies for Roman Studies)'''
 +
*http://cnx.org/content/m35229/latest/
 +
*Clifford Ando, University of Chicago
 +
*Updated August 22. 2010.
 +
*This "basic" bibliography is designed "for those seeking guidance to recent (and a few older) publications in Roman religion, with an emphasis on Anglophone material and books." Topics include Calendar, Divination, Priesthood, Temples, War and Politics, and more.
 +
 
'''The Roman Imperial Cult'''
'''The Roman Imperial Cult'''
*http://www.csun.edu/~hcfll004/impcult.html
*http://www.csun.edu/~hcfll004/impcult.html
Line 605: Line 649:
*Last updated 2008.
*Last updated 2008.
*This site contains a series of bibliographies on ancient conceptions of hell.  Most include sections on primary sources and secondary studies.  The Bibliography for Jewish and Christian Hells is by far the most detailed and lengthy; the others are quite short.  Most works are in English, but there are a few in other languages.
*This site contains a series of bibliographies on ancient conceptions of hell.  Most include sections on primary sources and secondary studies.  The Bibliography for Jewish and Christian Hells is by far the most detailed and lengthy; the others are quite short.  Most works are in English, but there are a few in other languages.
 +
 +
'''Religion and Power in Archaic and Classical Greece'''
 +
*https://www.zotero.org/groups/cincinnati_2011_religion_and_power_in_archaic_and_classical_greece/items/
 +
*Michael Laughy, Classics, University of Cincinnati, and graduate students
 +
*Last updated March 21, 2011.
 +
*This Zotero bibliography is divided into sections titled Archaic Tyrants; Athenian Tribute Lists; Empire, Festivals, and the Athenian Acropolis; Religion, Power, and Women; and Sacred Calendars.  It includes both monographs and articles, largely in English, and is heavily tagged by specific topic.
 +
 +
'''LIMCbiblio'''
 +
*http://www.mae.u-paris10.fr/limc-france/LIMC-biblio.php
 +
*LIMC-France team (a list of contributors is available at the site).
 +
*Last updated 6/29/2009 (site overall).
 +
*This is a searchable bibliographic database created "to complement the information published in the LIMC [Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae] volumes." Citations (of articles and books, in multiple languages) about mythological and religious figures covered in the LIMC volumes are included; chronological coverage varies but seems to comprise publications after each individual volume saw print (so, post-1984, but variable by topic). The entire site is available in French, English, German, Greek, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Hungarian, and Arabic interfaces.  Free registration is required.
==Area Studies==
==Area Studies==
Line 625: Line 681:
*This bibliography focuses on monographs in English, French, and German, although it includes a few works in slavic languages and gives information about specialized journals.
*This bibliography focuses on monographs in English, French, and German, although it includes a few works in slavic languages and gives information about specialized journals.
-
'''Hellenistic Far East: Central Asia and North West India'''
+
'''Archaeology of the Hellenistic Far East: A Survey'''
-
*http://www.bactria.org/Publications_files/Mairs%20HFE%20Watermarked.pdf
+
*http://brown.academia.edu/RachelMairs/Papers/399824/The_Archaeology_of_the_Hellenistic_Far_East_A_Survey
-
*Rachel Mairs, University of Oxford.
+
*Rachel Mairs, Brown University.
*Last updated May 2011.
*Last updated May 2011.
*A bibliography and literature view of publications on the history, archaeology and epigraphy of the Hellenistic Far East. Updates will be published at www.bactria.org
*A bibliography and literature view of publications on the history, archaeology and epigraphy of the Hellenistic Far East. Updates will be published at www.bactria.org
Line 641: Line 697:
'''Antiquitas Superstes at Bibliographica Latina Selecta (Classical Tradition)'''
'''Antiquitas Superstes at Bibliographica Latina Selecta (Classical Tradition)'''
-
*http://www.let.ru.nl/~m.v.d.poel/bibliografie/antiqsuperst.htm
+
*http://mvdpoel.ruhosting.nl/bibliografie/antiqsuperst.htm
*M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
*M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
-
*Last updated January 1, 2011.
+
*Last updated December 5, 2011.
*Includes scholarly monographs in multiple languages. Interface is in latin.
*Includes scholarly monographs in multiple languages. Interface is in latin.

Latest revision as of 16:08, 9 June 2017

This page is used for collecting links to existing open-access bibliographies that fit the scope of the project. Please email additional suggestions to phoebe.acheson at gmail. Thanks!

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:

  • Title (usually taken from the page itself, unless that is nonexistent or obscure).
  • 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).
  • Description. Things to note include the audience (some bibliographies specifically target undergraduates or the general public), what sorts of resources are listed (books, articles, web sites, scholarly or popular?), if there is a focus on resources in a specific language, if there are annotations, if the bibliography is structured with sub-headings and examples of them, etc.

The categories are ad-hoc at the moment and may change as the project develops a robust classification scheme for subjects.

Contents

Classical Antiquity, General

General

Bibliographies sur l’antiquité

Bibliographica at Bibliographica Latina Selecta

  • http://mvdpoel.ruhosting.nl/bibliografie/bibliographica.htm
  • M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
  • Last updated November 23, 2011.
  • Includes general bibliographical resources for classical studies, both print and online (some not open access), in multiple languages. Especially notable is the good coverage of bibliographies of works from the Netherlands in classical studies. Interface is in latin.

Gnomon Online: The Eichstätt Information System for Classical Studies

KIRKE – Katalog der Internetressourcen für die Klassische Philologie

Library of Ancient Texts Online

LDAB (Leuven Database of Ancient Books)

  • http://www.trismegistos.org/ldab/index.php
  • Willy Clarysse, Faculty of Arts, Leuven, part of Trismegistos portal for papyrology
  • Currently (July 2011) lists 16069 Greek, Latin, Coptic, and Demotic literary texts, with details of publication, etc. "The present database attempts to collect the basic information on all ancient literary texts, as opposed to documents. At present, it includes items dating from the fourth century B.C. to A.D. 800 and incorporating authors from Homer (8th cent. B.C.) to Romanus Melodus and Gregorius the Great (6th cent. A.D.)."

Daily Life in Classical Antiquity

  • http://homepage.usask.ca/~jrp638/CourseNotes/life.html
  • John R. Porter, History, University of Saskatchewan
  • Last updated November 3, 2009.
  • This select bibliography, aimed at undergraduates, lists books and a few web sites, mostly in English. There are general works, and sections on Greece and Rome. Topics covered include time, economics, society, family and religion.

Eridanos: Bibliography of Polish Research on Antiquity and Antique Tradition

  • http://www.eridanos.umcs.lublin.pl/en/index.html
  • Pawel Majeskie, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Lublin, Poland
  • No last updated date.
  • This bibliographic database's goal is to give a comprehensive listing of works about ancient studies and the modern reception of ancient studies in Polish. It is browseable by author's name and searchable by author, title and keyword (but only, I think, Polish keywords). Article or monograph titles are translated into English in the citations, as well as presented in the original Polish. There are English and Polish interfaces.

General Reference Works (Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, etc.)

Bibliography of Latin Language Resources

  • http://www.hps.cam.ac.uk/latintherapy/bibliography.html
  • Latin Therapy, Department of History and Philosophy of Science, Cambridge.
  • Last updated September 21, 2009.
  • This short bibliography covers some general latin dictionaries and grammars, and then lists specialized ones for topics such as regional and medieval latin, medicine, theology, and natural history. It includes some links to online resources.

Lexica at Bibliographica Latina Selecta

  • http://mvdpoel.ruhosting.nl/bibliografie/lexica.htm
  • M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
  • Last updated October 25, 2011.
  • Includes various latin and related dictionaries in multiple modern languages. Interface is in latin.

Encyclopediae at Bibliographica Latina Selecta

  • http://mvdpoel.ruhosting.nl/bibliografie/encyclopediae.htm
  • M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
  • Last updated November 23, 2011.
  • Includes various encyclopedias covering classical antiquity, including sub-topics like antiquities, mythology, and literature, in multiple languages. Interface is in latin.

Encyclopedias (Tools of the Trade: Bibliographies for Roman Studies)

Greek Studies, General

PINAX ONLINE: An Annotated List of Web Bibliographies on the Ancient Greek World

  • http://perswww.kuleuven.be/%7Eu0013314/pinaxonline.html
  • Marc Huys, Greek Studies, Leuven
  • Last updated Dec. 13, 2009.
  • This provides an annotated list of available online-only bibliographies related to ancient Greece, organized by topic. I am in the process of adding them to the wiki under the relevant topics (June 2011).

Greek Culture and Society - Bibliography

  • http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/classics/modules/gcs/bibliog/
  • Classics and Ancient History, Warwick University
  • Updated Jan. 31, 2011.
  • A reading list, aimed at undergraduates, for the course. Works include books and articles and are mainly in English. A variety of topics are covered, including religion, literature (Homer, drama, sophists), history, culture, and art and archaeology.

Ancient Greek Costume

  • http://www.library.csi.cuny.edu/roccos/greekcostume/
  • Linda Jones Roccos, Reference and Instruction Librarian, College of Staten Island Library, City University of New York.
  • Last updated July 2006.
  • This bibliography, with added annotations, is available as the published volume Ancient Greek Costume: An Annotated Bibliography, 1784-2005. The author has made lists of the 602 items, arranged alphabetically and chonologically, available as .pdf files, and also provided access to the index, which references the numbers on the alphabetical list. Books and articles in multiple languages are included, and greek prehistory is covered. This is a wonderful way to provide some level of open access to the content of a work for purchase!

Roman Studies, General

Roman Culture and Society - Bibliography

  • http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/classics/modules/rcs/bibliography/
  • Classics and Ancient History, Warwick University
  • Updated May 9, 2011.
  • A reading list, aimed at undergraduates, for the course, organized by lecture topic, with a list of reference works and general works of use. Works include books and articles and are mainly in English. A variety of topics are covered, including City of Rome, The Family, Citizens and Slaves, Literature, and Art and Architecture.

City of Rome - Bibliography

  • http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/classics/modules/rome/bibliography/
  • Classics and Ancient History, Warwick University
  • Updated Jan. 15, 2008.
  • A reading list, aimed at undergraduates, for the course. Works include books and articles and are in English. A variety of topics are covered, including general works, origins of Rome, Rome and her neighbors, archaeology, religion, city life and population, supplying the city, and more.

Bibliographia Latina Selecta

  • http://mvdpoel.ruhosting.nl/bibliografie/indexgeneralis.htm
  • M. van der Poel, Classics, Nijmegen
  • Last updated 2011.
  • This is the index page for an extensive scholarly bibliography covering most topics in latin language and literature. It is based on the out-of-print Short Bibliography of the Latin Language and Literature (4th ed., van der Poel 1996), but comprehensively updated. Most latin authors from the archaic period through the 5th century CE have individual pages (ordered both alphabetically and chronologically), and there are numerous pages covering language, genres, meter, law, and more. Each page includes sections on bibliographies, editions, indices, and scholarly monographs, in all languages; much secondary literature is not covered. The interface is in latin.

Tools of the Trade: Bibliographies for Roman Studies

  • http://cnx.org/content/col11220/latest/
  • Currently edited by Sander M. Goldberg, UCLA; begun, as a print bibliography, by Lowell Edmunds.
  • Updated March 2011.
  • Individual bibliographies are described under specific topics; not yet in existence, but planned, are History of Roman Literature, Inscriptions, Latin Linguistics and Etymology, and

Roman Social Life and Customs.

History of the Discipline

Historia Philologiae at Bibliographica Latina Selecta

  • http://mvdpoel.ruhosting.nl/bibliografie/histphilol.htm
  • M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
  • Last updated December 5, 2011.
  • Includes scholarly monographs on the history of classical philology (including textual transmission), and modern interpretation, in multiple languages; much journal-based literature is not included. Interface is in latin.

Digital Classics

Digital Classics Bibliography

  • http://www.zotero.org/groups/digitalclassics/items
  • Matteo Romanello, Department of Digital Humanities, King's College, London.
  • Currently updated (2011).
  • A collection of works relevant to digital classics, including articles and web resources, in multiple languages.

Digital Humanities, with a focus on Digital Classics

Gender, Sexuality, and the Family

Diotima’s Bibliographies

Resources - Ancient Sexuality and Gender

  • http://pods.binghamton.edu/~clas382a/resources.htm
  • Andrew Scholtz, Department of Classics, Binghamton University
  • Last updated April 28, 2009.
  • Created for an undergraduate class, this bibliography lists books, articles, and primary source texts, in English, and includes links to useful web resources.

Homosexuality in Greece and Rome: Bibliography

Sex and Gender in Antiquity - Bibliography

Ancient Weddings: Bibliography

  • http://ablemedia.com/ctcweb/consortium/ancientweddingsbib.html
  • Jennifer Goodall Powers, Dept. of Informatics, SUNY Albany
  • Last updated 1997.
  • This bibliography is part of a web site on ancient weddings, both Greek and Roman, presumably assembled as part of the work for the author's Master's Thesis in Classics at Tufts. The bibliography includes texts and translations and secondary sources arranged alphabetically by author. Secondary sources include books and articles and are mostly in English.

Children in the Ancient World and Early Middle Ages. A Bibliography

Bibliography of Childhood in Antiquity

  • http://faculty.biu.ac.il/~barilm/bibchild.html
  • Meir Bar-Ilan, Department of Talmud and Jewish History, Bar-Ilan University.
  • Last updated February, 2008.
  • This select bibliography includes scholarly articles and monographs in multiple languages (mostly English) related to childhood in Jewish, Greek and Roman antiquity. It is arranged alphabetically by author.

Bibliography on Gender in Byzantium

  • http://www.doaks.org/research/byzantine/resources/bibliography-on-gender-in-byzantium
  • Thalia Gouma-Peterson, Alice-Mary Talbot, Nate Aschenbrenner, Dumbarton Oaks
  • Update in progress, July 2012.
  • This bibliography includes primary and secondary sources, arranged alphabetically by author. Many of the secondary works cover the Roman period as well as Late Antique/Byzantine. A conversion of the bibliography to a fully searchable database is in progress.

Music

Ancient Music: Bibliography

  • http://uts.cc.utexas.edu/~timmoore/AncientMusicSelectedBibliography.html
  • Timothy J. Moore, Department of Classics, University of Texas Austin.
  • Last updated November 9, 2010.
  • A selected, but fairly long, bibliography with books, articles, and web sites in multiple languages. Sections include recordings, general works, texts, aspects of song, instruments, music in theater (Greek and Roman), and more.

Ancient Greek & Roman Music: Selected Bibliography

  • http://www.iwu.edu/~classics/music.html
  • Nancy Sultan, Greek and Roman Studies, Illinois Wesleyan University.
  • No last update date; latest works are 2003.
  • This bibliography includes books, articles, sound recordings, and web resources, mostly in English. Sections include reference works, general works, primary sources (including on music theory), web resources, and sound recordings.

Medicine

Greek and Roman Medicine: An Introductory Bibliography

Ancient Medicine: Bibliography

  • http://homepage.usask.ca/~jrp638/CourseNotes/ancmed.html
  • John R. Porter, History, University of Saskatchewan
  • Last updated June 1, 2009
  • This select bibliography (at the bottom of the page, below links to texts and some good web exhibits about ancient medicine) is for an undergraduate class. It includes articles and monographs, mostly in English, about Greek and Roman medicine and the cult of Asclepius.

An English Language Bibliography of Classical Greek Medicine

  • http://www.cbmh.ca/index.php/cbmh/article/view/140/139
  • J. T. H. Connor, History of Medicine, Memorial University of Newfoundland
  • 1986.
  • This 300-item bibliography, which downloads as a .pdf file, is arranged alphabetically by author, and has extensive coverage of the literature up to the date of its creation. There are short sections at the end with select works in German, French, and Italian.

Corpus Galenicum: Bibliographie der galenischen und pseudogalenischen Werke

Corpus Hippocraticum: Bibliographie der hippokratischen und pseudohippokratischen Werke

  • http://cmg.bbaw.de/online-publikationen/hippokrates_2011_03.pdf
  • Gerhard Fichtner, late of Universitat Tübingen; continued by the Corpus Medicorum *Graecorum/Latinorum
  • Updated March 2011.
  • This 128-page .pdf is arranged by ancient work, with editions, translations, and secondary scholarship. There is an index. In German.

Athletics

Nikephoros Bibliography of Sport in Antiquity

  • http://nikephoros.uni-mannheim.de/
  • Wolfgang Decker (1986-2010); Zinon Papakonstantinou (University of Illinois at Chicago) & Sofie Remijsen (Universität Mannheim) (from 2012).
  • Currently updated as of 12/2015.
  • This searchable bibliographic database collects the annual bibliographies on ancient athletics published in the journal Nikephoros beginning in 1986. It includes books, articles, and other scholarly resources in multiple languages. The database can be searched by author, title, publication and keyword (in English, and adding keywords to records older than 2010 is still in progress.) You can also contribute by adding keywords! The current maintainers welcome additions, including citations from before 1986.

Greek and Roman Art and Archaeology

Greek and Roman Art and Archaeology

History

Archaic-Classical

Sparta: A Bibliography

  • http://www.csun.edu/~hcfll004/spartbib.html
  • John Paul Adams, Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures, California State University Northridge.
  • Last updated 09/09/08.
  • Includes books and articles in major European languages; subsections are Major ancient texts, History and society, and Archaeology.

Économies et sociétés de 478 à 88 en Grèce ancienne

  • http://bsa.biblio.univ-lille3.fr/biblioeconomie.html
  • Régis Robineau, Bibliotheque des Sciences de l'Antiquite, Universite de Lille
  • Last updated September 2009.
  • This bibliography focuses on monographs and edited volumes, not journal articles, in multiple languages. Sub-topics are wide-ranging and include studies of specific regions, studies of industries, transportation, and much more.

Religion and Power in Archaic and Classical Greece

Hellenistic

Ptolemaica, une bibliographie sur l'Égypte lagide

  • http://bsa.biblio.univ-lille3.fr/ptolemaica.htm
  • Christophe Hugot, Bibliotheque des Science de l'Antiquite, Universite de Lille
  • Last update February 2004.
  • Includes over 800 items, with monographs and essays from edited volumes but not journal articles, in multiple languages. Sub-headings include Chronology, Alexander in Egypt, and Law and Administration.

Some Books on the Hellenistic Age

  • http://www.uvm.edu/~bsaylor/classics/biblio221.html
  • Barbara Saylor Rodgers, Classics, University of Vermont
  • No last update date; latest works are 1997.
  • This list of books on Hellenistic topics owned by the University of Vermont (with call numbers) is aimed at undergraduates. It includes only monographs and most of them are in English.

Roman

Transformation of Roman Society under Augustus - Bibliography

  • http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/classics/modules/aug/bibliography/
  • Classics and Ancient History, Warwick University
  • Last updated April 29, 2010.
  • A reading list for an undergraduate course, comprising books and articles in English. It is organized by topics, which include primary sources, Julius Caesar, Actium, Power and Status, religion, social legislation, the senate, poetry, art, coins, urbanization, and the succession.

Tiberius to Hadrian - Bibliography

  • http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/classics/modules/tibtohad/bibliog/
  • Classics and Ancient History, Warwick University
  • Last updated October 3, 2010.
  • A reading list for an undergraduate course, comprising books and articles in English. It is organized by topics, which include primary and documentary sources, imperial bibliographies, Tactitus, City of Rome, and the Greek East.

Hadrien, une bibliographie sur l'empereur romain

  • http://bsa.biblio.univ-lille3.fr/hadrien.htm
  • Christophe Hugot, Bibliotheque des Science de l'Antiquite, Universite de Lille
  • Last update June 2010.
  • Includes monographs only, in multiple languages. Sub-topics include Coinage, Provinces, Philhellenism.

The Roman Economy - Bibliography

Oxford Roman Economy Project

Inscriptiones, Leges at Bibliographica Latina Selecta (Early Roman Inscriptions)

  • http://mvdpoel.ruhosting.nl/bibliografie/littarch-inscrleg.htm
  • M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
  • Last updated December 20, 2011.
  • Includes a long list of collections of archaic latin inscriptions, in multiple languages; much secondary literature is not included. Interface is in latin.

Late Roman/Late Antique

Online Bibliographies for Late Antiquity

  • http://www.nipissingu.ca/department/history/MUHLBERGER/ORB/BIBLIOS.HTM
  • Steve Muhlberger, History, Nipissing University (Canada).
  • Last updated January 23, 2004.
  • This is a compilation of bibliographies relevant to late Roman and Late Antique history and culture. A few are already included in the Ancient World Open Bibliographies individually; I will work on adding the rest as time allows (some links are no longer working). Topics in these bibliographies include regions (Bulgaria, Georgia, Egypt), women and the family, religion, and literature and music.

Notitia Dignitatum: Bibliography

  • http://notitiadignitatum.org
  • Ingo Maier.
  • Currently updated.
  • From the linked page one has access to a lengthy bibliography in multiple parts, covering editions, translations, and facsimiles; interest discussions; and print references in chunks for the period from 1500 to the present.

The Fall of the Roman Empire: Bibliography

  • http://arts.uwaterloo.ca/~lneuru/courses/cl373bib.html
  • Lucinda Neuru, Classical Studies, University of Waterloo
  • Last updated 1997.
  • This select bibliography was prepared for an undergraduate class and consists of books in English. Sections include primary sources, history, theories about the decline and fall, culture and literature, society, private life, pagans and Christians, and more.

Lead and the Fall of Rome

Late Roman Food Supply

  • http://folk.uio.no/larsel/food.html
  • Compiled by Lars Lordahl from contributions to the list LT-ANTIQ.
  • Last updated May 1, 1998.
  • This bibliography includes monographs and articles in English and German, and is organized by the sections: general, food supply and population, archaeological material, trade, economy, and the Pirenne debate, administration and urban society.

Military History

POLEMOS, une bibliographie sur la guerre en Grèce ancienne (de Marathon à la mort d'Alexandre III de Macédoine)

  • http://bsa.biblio.univ-lille3.fr/polemos.htm
  • Christophe Hugot, Bibliotheque des Science de l'Antiquite, Universite de Lille
  • Last update September 2009.
  • Includes monographs and essays from edited volumes but not journal articles, in multiple languages. There are very detailed sub-topics.

War and Peace in Classical Antiquity

  • http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/rrice/milbib96.html
  • Rob S. Rice, Ancient History, University of Pennsylvania
  • Last updated 1996.
  • This bibliography, created for an undergraduate class, includes articles and books in multiple languages, arranged alphabetically. The Archaic Greek through Roman periods are covered.

Roman Army Bibliography

  • http://www.csun.edu/~hcfll004/armybibl.html
  • John P. Adams, Classics, California State University Northridge.
  • Last major update October 2009, update planned summer 2011.
  • An extensive bibliography of monographs and articles and some web sites in multiple languages, covering subtopics including primary sources, Legions, Recruitment, Finance, and the Navy.

Roman Army Bibliography

  • http://members.tripod.com/~S_van_Dorst/biblio.html
  • Sander van Doorst
  • Last updated February 4, 2007.
  • This select bibliography focuses on the author's personal interests, and includes articles and monographs in multiple languages. It is arranged alphabetically by authors, and includes some introductory recommendations on books in English for students.

Naval

The Trireme Trust: Bibliography

The Development of the Roman Navy

Law

Greek

NOMOI: Bibliography on Ancient Greek Law

  • http://www.sfu.ca/nomoi/
  • Maintained by David C. Mirhady, Iliad Arnaoutoglou, and Mark J Sundahl.
  • Also includes a list of Web resources and a glossary of Athenian legal terms.
  • Last update: June 2014.

Roman

Ius Romanum at Bibliographica Latina Selecta

  • http://mvdpoel.ruhosting.nl/bibliografie/iusromanum.htm
  • M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
  • Last updated October 25, 2011.
  • Includes bibliographies, editions, and scholarly monographs, in multiple languages; much secondary literature is not included. Interface is in latin.

DRANT: Droits Antiques

  • http://www2.misha.fr/flora/jsp/index.jsp
  • Center for the Documentation of Ancient Law, Paris.
  • Currently updated (2011).
  • This searchable bibliographic database contains approximately 56,000 entries on ancient law (including Greek, Roman, Persian,Near Eastern, and Egyptian, with 2000 more added annually. Coverage is very international and includes books and articles. The database allows searching by a large number of criteria. The interface is available in French, and (mostly) in English.

FoLIVM -- Fons Litterarum Iuris Veterum & Medii aevi

  • http://www.rg1.jura.uni-erlangen.de/db_index.html
  • Prof. Dr. Hans-Dieter Spengler, Lehrstuhl für Bürgerliches Recht, Römisches Recht und Antike Rechtsgeschichte, Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg
  • Currently updated (2011)
  • This searchable bibliographic database contains 76,000 entries, exclusively articles and book reviews, with international coverage. As of 8/16/11, the search function returned a "file not found" error for every search tried.

Criminal Law / Droit pénal (Roman)

  • http://www.lareau-law.ca/codification-Rome.html
  • Francois Lareau, Lawyer, Ottawa.
  • Last updated 28 December 2010.
  • Includes links to selected texts and French translations of texts, and a bibliography of monographs and articles, arranged alphabetically by author, with an emphasis on works in French and English.

Arbeitsmittel zu Digestenexegesen in Leipziger Bibliotheken

A Bibliography on Women and the Family in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages (2nd-7th c. AD)

Roman Law Readings

  • http://faculty.law.pitt.edu/hibbitts/rome.htm
  • Bernard J. Hibbetts, University of Pittsburgh School of Law
  • No last update date; latest works are 1995.
  • This short bibliography includes recommended readings for a class in ancient law; there are monographs and articles, all in English.

Language

Greek Linguistics

A Comprehensive Bibliography of Hellenistic Greek Linguistics

A Bibliography of Ancient Greek Linguistics

Latin Language and Linguistics

A Bibliography of Latin Linguistics, especially of Latin Particles

  • http://latinparticles.userweb.mwn.de/
  • Josine Schrickx, Thesaurus Linguae Latinae
  • Last updated July 19, 2012.
  • Includes books and articles in several languages; sub-headings include General Bibliography, Interjections, Modality, Pronouns, and specific particles.

The History of Latin Pronunciation

  • http://www.music.princeton.edu/~jeffery/pronunc.html
  • Peter Jeffery, Music, Princeton
  • No last update date; latest works are 1992.
  • This short bibliography is focused on the pronunciation of latin in both classical forms and in later church music. It includes monographs and articles in English.

Bibliography of Latin Language Resources

  • http://www.hps.cam.ac.uk/latintherapy/bibliography.html
  • Latin Therapy, Department of History and Philosophy of Science, Cambridge.
  • Last updated September 21, 2009.
  • This short bibliography covers some general latin dictionaries and grammars, and then lists specialized ones for topics such as regional and medieval latin, medicine, theology, and natural history. It includes some links to online resources.

Concordances and Indices Verborum (Tools of the Trade: Bibliographies for Roman Studies)

  • http://cnx.org/content/m36626/latest/
  • Roberta Stewart, Dartmouth College.
  • Updated May 12, 2011.
  • A list of concordances to the works of ancient authors writing in Latin in the Roman world. These are arranged alphabetically by the author's common name.

Specialized Vocabularies (Tools of the Trade: Bibliographies for Roman Studies)

  • http://cnx.org/content/m35083/latest/
  • Stephen Wheeler, Pennsylvania State University
  • Updated August 10, 2010.
  • The bibliography is arranged alphabetically by author and includes works in multiple languages. It covers eclectic topics as diverse as ornithological and legal language in latin.

Latin Grammar and Information Architecture

Ars Grammatica at Bibliographica Latina Selecta

Modern Grammarians and Ancient Grammars (Tools of the Trade: Bibliographies for Roman Studies)

  • http://cnx.org/content/m35081/latest/
  • Anthony Corbeill, University of Kansas
  • Updated August 10, 2010.
  • This select bibliography is annotated and includes modern grammars, primary sources, and secondary sources on specific topics (i.e. syntax, the subjunctive.)

Bibliography on Latin Stemmatic Diagrams Since Late Antiquity

  • http://www.piggin.net/stemmahist/biblio.htm
  • Jean-Baptiste Piggin
  • Last updated May 2010, continuing.
  • Lists debate about and editions containing Late Antique Latin stemmatic diagrams, many with links to digital versions. Part of the Macro-Typography website, which contains a series of articles on information architecture and text arrangement, both contemporary and historical. Annotation of the bibliography is is in progress, and it has an introduction.

Rhetoric

Origins of Greek Rhetoric

Sophistic Rhetoric: Selected Sources

  • http://www.wfu.edu/~zulick/300/bibsoph.html
  • 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.

Latin and Hellenistic Rhetorics: Selected Sources

See also entries for individual Greek Authors and Latin Authors

Prose Composition

[Latin] Prose Composition: Bibliography

  • http://greekandlatin.osu.edu/programs/latin/latin_prose_comp/bibliography.cfm
  • Department of Classics, Ohio State University
  • No last update date; works vary in age (not a hotbed of publishing right now I suspect!)
  • This is a selected bibliography, including books and articles in English and German. There are a few sub-sections (Style, Of Dubious Value, and a few articles on whether prose composition should be taught.)

Paleography

Paleographia, Ars Critica at Bibliographica Latina Selecta

  • http://mvdpoel.ruhosting.nl/bibliografie/palarscrit.htm
  • M. G. M. Van Der Poel, Classics Department, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen (Netherlands)
  • Last updated December 5, 2011.
  • Includes scholarly monographs, in multiple languages; much journal-based literature is not included. Interface is in latin.

Textual Criticism and Textual Transmission (Tools of the Trade: Bibliographies for Roman Studies)

  • http://cnx.org/content/m35176/latest/
  • James Zetzel, Columbia University
  • Updated August 16, 2010.
  • This bibliography, described by its author as "both opinionated and by no means exhaustive," covers the topics of Textual Criticism (Theory and Practice), History of Texts (Recension), and Great Editions and Works of Practical Criticism. It includes works in multiple languages.

Classical Literature by Genre

See also listings for individual authors under Greek Authors and Latin Authors

Classical Literature

Greek Authors

Greek Authors

Latin Authors

Latin Authors

Philosophy

Bibliography for Ancient Greek Thought

Bibliography of Feminist Philosophers

  • http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/feminism-femhist/bib.html
  • Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy; compiled by Abigail Gosselin, Dept. of Philosophy, Regis University.
  • Copyrighted 2007.
  • The "ancient" section includes a list of books and articles on feminism in relation to Plato and Aristotle; they are largely, but not exclusively, in English.

Presocratics: Bibliography

Provisional Bibliography for a New Edition of Aristotle's Protrepticus

  • http://www.protrepticus.info/bib2013ii25.pdf
  • D. S. Hutchinson, University of Toronto, and Monte Ransome Johnson, University of California, San Diego
  • Updated February 25, 2013.
  • This 17-page web .pdf consists of two sections: primary sources (arranged by ancient author), with lists of editions and manuscripts, and 10 pages of secondary sources, arranged alphabetically by modern author and including articles and books in multiple languages. Those interested in Aristotle's Protrepticus should also explore the site as a whole: http://www.protrepticus.info/.

Fatalism and Determinism in Ancient Greek Philosophy

  • http://aristotle.tamu.edu/~rasmith/Courses/Ancient/661/bibliography.html
  • Robin Smith, Department of Philosophy, Texas A & M University
  • No last update date; latest work cited is 2007.
  • Created for an upper-level class - perhaps a graduate class - this bibliography includes primary and secondary sources (including books and articles), mostly in English with a few titles in German and French.

Michael Frede - A Bibliography

  • http://schmidhauser.us/2007-bib.frede.pdf
  • Compiled by A. U. Schmidhauser, Depts. of Classics and Philosophy, UCLA, with contributions by C Brittain, ABronowski, D Caluori, J-B Gourinat, KIerodiakonou, G Karamanolis, CKietzmann, GER Lloyd, and F Zika.
  • Updated 02/03/2011.
  • This is a comprehensive bibliography of works (including reviews and encyclopedia entries) by the late Michael Frede (1940-2007), who wrote widely on ancient Greek philosophy. Works are arranged by date of initial publication and are in German, English, or French. Users are invited to email any additions.

Ancient and Medieval Natural Philosophy

Philodemus, une bibliographie des principales oeuvres de Philodème de Gadara

  • http://bsa.biblio.univ-lille3.fr/philodemus.html
  • Annick Monet, Bibliotheque des Science de l'Antiquite, Universite de Lille
  • No last update date; latest work cited is 2006.
  • Includes editions and commentaries, and includes monographs and articles in all languages. Subdivided by work.

Ancient Greek Science: General Bibliography

  • http://www.uh.edu/~cfreelan/courses/AncSciBiblio.html
  • Cynthia Freeland, Philosophy, University of Houston
  • Last updated spring 1997.
  • This bibliography was compiled for a graduate seminar, and includes books and articles in English with sections on the Presocratics, Plato's Timaeus, and Aristotle.

Religion and Mythology

Roman Religion (Tools of the Trade: Bibliographies for Roman Studies)

  • http://cnx.org/content/m35229/latest/
  • Clifford Ando, University of Chicago
  • Updated August 22. 2010.
  • This "basic" bibliography is designed "for those seeking guidance to recent (and a few older) publications in Roman religion, with an emphasis on Anglophone material and books." Topics include Calendar, Divination, Priesthood, Temples, War and Politics, and more.

The Roman Imperial Cult

  • http://www.csun.edu/~hcfll004/impcult.html
  • John P. Adams, Classics, California State University Northridge.
  • Last updated May 2009.
  • A lengthy bibliography including monographs and articles in multiple languages. Sub-headings include Cult Features, Priests and Officials, City of Rome, Army, and Provinces.

Epigraphic Sources on Greek Religion

Bibliography for Greek and Roman Hells

  • http://www.hell-on-line.org/BibGR.html
  • Eileen Gardiner, American Council of Learned Societies.
  • Last updated 2008.
  • This site contains a series of bibliographies on ancient conceptions of hell. Most include sections on primary sources and secondary studies. The Bibliography for Jewish and Christian Hells is by far the most detailed and lengthy; the others are quite short. Most works are in English, but there are a few in other languages.

Religion and Power in Archaic and Classical Greece

LIMCbiblio

  • http://www.mae.u-paris10.fr/limc-france/LIMC-biblio.php
  • LIMC-France team (a list of contributors is available at the site).
  • Last updated 6/29/2009 (site overall).
  • This is a searchable bibliographic database created "to complement the information published in the LIMC [Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae] volumes." Citations (of articles and books, in multiple languages) about mythological and religious figures covered in the LIMC volumes are included; chronological coverage varies but seems to comprise publications after each individual volume saw print (so, post-1984, but variable by topic). The entire site is available in French, English, German, Greek, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Hungarian, and Arabic interfaces. Free registration is required.

Area Studies

Publications dealing with the Black Sea in Antiquity

  • http://spartokos.wordpress.com/
  • This is a blog, with no formal statement of responsibility.
  • Currently being updated (March 2011).
  • The blog is mostly in French; publications presented are in a variety of languages, including Russian and Bulgarian. Publications mentioned include links to electronic publications and mentions of early 20th century works, some now available online.

Bibliographie épirote. Époques classique et hellénistique

  • http://bsa.biblio.univ-lille3.fr/biblioepire.html
  • Marie-Pierre Dausse, Department of History, Universite de Paris
  • Last updated August 2010.
  • A select bibliography on Epirus, this consists of suggestions for fundamental works, a list of some important recent works, and includes (as a linked .pdf) a list of primary sources for the region.

Scythie, une bibliographie introductive

  • http://bsa.biblio.univ-lille3.fr/scythie.htm
  • Régis Robineau, Bibliotheque des Sciences de l'Antiquitie, Universite de Lille
  • Last updated March 2011.
  • This bibliography focuses on monographs in English, French, and German, although it includes a few works in slavic languages and gives information about specialized journals.

Archaeology of the Hellenistic Far East: A Survey

Post-Classical Reception

Traditio Classicorum: The Fortuna of the Classical Authors to the year 1650.

The Reception of Classical Art Bibliography

Antiquitas Superstes at Bibliographica Latina Selecta (Classical Tradition)

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

  • http://virgil.org/bibliography/
  • David Scott Wilson-Okamura, English Department, East Carolina University.
  • Last updated 2010.
  • A largely comprehensive bibliography of monographs and articles in multiple languages. Headings include Late Antiquity, Middle Ages, and Renaissance, with sub-headings within each.
Personal tools