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The following resources may be found on the AH-C Classics Resources page, under SELECTED WEB RESOURCES:
Dedicated to the study of ancient papyrological documents. It offers links to papyrological resources and a customized search engine (Papyrological Navigator) capable of retrieving information from multiple related sites. The Papyrological Navigator currently retrieves and displays information from the Advanced Papyrological Information System (APIS), the Duke Databank of Documentary Papyri (DDbDP) and the Heidelberger Gesamtverzeichnis (HGV).
Approximately 80,000 ancient Greek inscriptions and 32,000 papyri held
at Duke University, University of Michigan, and Cornell University.
Covers: Peloponnesos; Central Greece; Northern Greece; Thrace and the
Lower Danube; North Shore of the Black Sea; Aegean Islands/Crete; Asia
Minor; Cyprus; Greater Syria and the East; Egypt, Nubia and Cyrenaïca;
North Africa; Sicily, Italy, and the West; Upper Danube; and unknown
provenances. Organized by period and corpora. Browse by
geographic area or search for words and phrases.
E-books in the Museums Cycle include: The Archaeological Museum of
Olympia; The National Archaeological Museum; The Archaeological Museum
of Delphi; The Archaeological Museum of Herakleion; The Archaeological
Museum of Thessaloniki; Delos; Elefsis: The Archaeological Site and the
Museum; The Archaeological Museum of Piraeus; The Acropolis Museum, and Greece at the Benaki Museum. E-books in the Arts Cycle include: The Survival of Byzantine Sacred Art; Gyzis; Louis Dupré; Greek Marine Painting, and 100 Years National Theatre.
An electronic version consisting of scanned images of the 160 volumes
of J.-P. Migne’s Patrologiae cursus completus–series graeca
(1857-1866). Included are texts from the age of the Apostolic Fathers,
beginning with Clement of Rome (Pope from 88-97), up to 1439, the date
of the Council of Florence.
The Classics Resources web page has been revised and resources incorporated into a single page, for easier access and location of resources. Suggestions for any additions and/or changes are welcome.
Full-text access to Ancient Narrative online <http://www.ancientnarrative.com/> is now functional. Because this is a UCB paid resource, you’ll need to access either via Library computers or through proxy access or VPN <http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/Help/connecting_off_campus.html>.
The following e-Journals have been added to AH-C Classics Electronic Journals:
Go to: Full Text: Vol.36-38 (2003-2005)
Go to: Full Text: Vol. 1-20 (1986-2005)
Full Text: Vols. 1-59 (1946-2005)
Rheinisches Museum für Philologie
Go to: Full Text: Vol. 93-148 (1950 – 2005) Note: click on blue arrow