Ancient Greek Philosophy and Culture Links
Christopher P. Long • Associate Professor of Philosophy • The Pennsylvania State University


Ancient City of Athens
  A photographic archive of archaeological and architectural remains of Ancient Athens.
CUNY's Latin/Greek Institute
  A great intensive summer program that will teach you Latin or Ancient Greek in ten weeks. They will be the hardest 10 weeks of your academic career, but well worth it!
  Materials for the study of women and gender in the ancient world.
Greek Mythology Link
  "The Greek Mythology Link is a collection of myths retold by Carlos Parada, author of Genealogical Guide to Greek Mythology, published in 1993. The GML contains texts, images, tables and maps. The mythical accounts are based exclusively on ancient sources.
Hardy Hansen's Greek Prose Course
  Information relating to Greek prose style, including links to other resources in Greek and Latin Classics.
The Last Days of Socrates
  Study guide for students studying the Platonic dialogues surrounding the death of Socrates.
Socrates's Apology, 29d-30c 
  Listen to a .wav file of Socrates exhorting the Athenians in the first speech of the Apology.
Oxyrhynchus: A City and its Texts
  An online exhibition of the excavation of this ancient city's rubbish, which held, preserved, a wealth of ancient information.
Perseus Project
  This is one of the best web resources for Greek philosophy, literature, history and culture. It includes lexica, maps, and original texts.
Plato and His Dialogues
  This site has been designed by Bernard Suzanne to aid those studying the Platonic dialogues. The site has a number of helpful elements, including chronologies of ancient Greek philosophy and maps of the ancient Greek world.
Professor Robin Mitchell-Boyask's Classical Epic Site
  This site has a lot of good information about Classical Epic. It is of particular interest to those studying Homer's Iliad and Odyssey as it has study guides, outlines of the texts and good discussion questions.