Sunday, June 5, 2016

CLASSICSINDEX: Links to Online Books (Google Books, Archive.org, etc.) FOR THE STUDY OF GREEK AND ROMAN CLASSICS, EARLY JUDAISM, AND CHRISTIANITY

[First posted in AWOL 6 June 2014, updated 5 June 2016]

CLASSICSINDEX: Links to Online Books (Google Books, Archive.org, etc.) FOR THE STUDY OF GREEK AND ROMAN CLASSICS, EARLY JUDAISM, AND CHRISTIANITY
General Classics Resources Palaeography and Manuscripts

Ancient Greece: Language and Literature

[Download older (non-wiki) page of Greek Literature links here]

Ancient Rome: Latin Language and Literature

[Download older (non-wiki) page of Latin Literature links here]
Mythology

Bible [Hebrew : LXX : NT : Latin]

Judaism [2nd Temple : Rabbinic]

Early Christianity

[Download older (non-wiki) page of Bible, Judaism, Early Christianity, Medieval, Renaissance, and Reformation links here]


Medieval and Byzantine



Renaissance



Reformation



Classics of Scholarship






Parallel Resources and Abbreviations

Indices

Facsimiles of Editions and Manuscripts [See also Palaeography and Manuscripts ]


Texts (html or other formats) - Non-Facsimiles






Conventions:

  • Boldface in a list of authors = large number of books found or at least a fairly exhaustive search for them, boldface in a list of sources = most significant ones in the list; ALL CAPS = most important authors.
  • Within each author's page, first come "Editions" (original language texts), then "Translations," with complete editions or translations coming first in each instance, then editions or translations of individual works, grouped or ordered in a way that makes sense for the author. Lastly, "Studies" (books about the author) or "Tools" (e.g. concordances, lexica). Within a single category (e.g., complete works of X), reverse (descending) chronological order. The exception: for "Classics of Scholarship," larger categories are "Works" (in ascending chronological order), "Editions" (ancient texts edited by the scholar), and "Studies" (books about the scholar).
  • Editions and translations should include the title of the work (either as generally known or specifically from the title page of the edition) and the name of the editor
  • Links to Google Books are (becoming) keyed to the book id number.

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