- May 27, 2011: A new release of our source code is now available on SourceForge. Updated data and text files are also available here.
- May 23, 2011: Thanks to a grant from the Google Digital Humanities program, Perseus is pleased to publish TEI XML digital editions of Dio Chrysostom and Dionysius.
Support from the Mellon Foundation has allowed us to add TEI XML digital editions for Jerome, Minucius Felix, and Tertullian.
This release also includes fixes for line number displays in recently released texts, typos in Elegy & Iambus, the citation scheme in Athenaeus and entity voting errors.
- April 14, 2011: Thanks to a grant from the Google Digital Humanities program, Perseus is pleased to publish a TEI XML digital edition of Diodorus. Support for the Cybereditions project from the Mellon Foundation has allowed us to add as well TEI XML digital editions for Curtius, Horace, Cicero, Ovid, Sidonius, Prudentius and Seneca the Elder.
Thanks to support from the U.S. Department of Education and the Max Planck Society we have also been able to publish Edward William Lane's Arabic-English Lexicon.