Virgil Bibliographies

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*Most pages last updated January 1, 2011.
*Most pages last updated January 1, 2011.
*A set of pages covering bibliography on the sub-topics named above.  Taken together they include sections on bibliographies, editions, indices, commentaries, and scholarly monographs, in all languages; much secondary literature is not covered. The interface is in latin.
*A set of pages covering bibliography on the sub-topics named above.  Taken together they include sections on bibliographies, editions, indices, commentaries, and scholarly monographs, in all languages; much secondary literature is not covered. The interface is in latin.
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'''A Hellenistic Bibliography: Virgil'''
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*http://sites.google.com/site/hellenisticbibliography/latin-authors/vergil
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*http://sites.google.com/site/hellenisticbibliography/latin-authors/vergil/vergil-recent
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*Martine Cuypers, Classics, University College, Dublin
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*Last updated January 2011.
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*This comprehensive bibliography includes monographs and articles in multiple languages, organized alphabetically by modern author.

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A Bibliographic Guide to Vergil's Aeneid

  • http://www.vroma.org/~bmcmanus/werner_vergil.html
  • Shirley Werner, formerly Department of Classics, Rutgers.
  • No last update date; latest works cited are late 1990s.
  • This is a fairly comprehensive bibliography, divided into sections, including Ancient Scholarship, Commentaries, Editions, Patronage, and many other topics. It includes works in all languages.

Vergil Bibliography

  • http://www.unc.edu/~oharaj/VergilBib.html
  • James O'Hara, Department of Classics, UNC
  • Last updated 2007 (comprehensive update 2004).
  • A selective and "unpolished" bibliography, with books and articles in all languages but an emphasis on English.

Vergil

  • http://www.lrz.de/~stroh/bibl/vergil.html
  • Wilfried Stroh, Institut für Klassische Philologie, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
  • Created winter 2002-2003.
  • A 474-item bibliography, with books and articles in multiple languages, broken down by specific works and general topics.

Virgil and Rome Bibliography

New Research Tools: Bibliographies

  • http://www.vergil.clarku.edu/research.htm
  • Bibliographies by Alexander MacKay and Nicklas Holzberg, posted by the The Vergilian Society, hosted at Clark University, webmaster Philip V. Stanley (SFSU).
  • MacKay bibliographies published 1987-1993; Holzberg bibliographies latest is 2007.
  • Comprehensive bibliographies, including all languages.

Vergilius at Bibliographical Latina Selecta

A Hellenistic Bibliography: Virgil

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