This Guide is designed to be an easy introduction to both library and online sources for the study of Classics at Ohio University. It is not the be-all and end-all of sites--but it is a good starting point.
Many of the resources listed here are limited to use by members of Ohio University. If you are using the Guide off-campus, you will need to do a brief login to identify yourself as a member of Ohio University before you can use them.
Start with the sources below ↓ and then go on to other pages in this Guide for additional sources.
The Oxford Bibliography online for Classics, is a wonderful source for starting to explore a research topic--or even to get ideas for a topic in the first place.
Articles Plus is a single database which searches the contents of more than 200 databases all at the same time, including:
Articles Plus does not include everything. We subscribe to many other databases--including about two dozen from ProQuest--that are not included in Articles Plus. To find and use these, go to the database list -- or let us help you.
This is the online edition of the Loeb Classical Library, a series of more than 500 volumes encompassing most of the surviving works of Greek and Roman literature, with original texts and English Translations on facing pages.
Key features include:
Here's a lengthy review, which also includes numerous suggestions of ways to maximize the usefulness of the series.