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JSTOR Full Text
JSTOR contains the full-text journals across the disciplines from archaeology to zoology.
Brill's New Pauly Full Text
This is the English-language edition of the Der Neue Pauly, the standard reference work on the ancient world.
The Bulletin Analytique d'Histoire Romaine indexes the academic literature on ancient Roman civilisation and early Christianity.
Nestor provides an online bibliography of research into the ancient Aegean, Homeric society, Indo-European linguistics and related fields.
Bibliography of British and Irish History
The Bibliography an authoritative guide to modern works on the history of Britain and Ireland for the period from 55 BC to the present.
TOCS-IN provides tables of contents for a selection of academic journals in Classics, Near Eastern Studies, and Religion.
Gale Databases Selected Full Text
The Gale Databases cover the arts and humanities, social sciences, science and technology. They includes peer-reviewed journal articles, ebooks and online encyclopedias.
ProQuest Full Text
ProQuest includes academic and non-academic content in a wide range of fields, from arts, literature, and social science to business, science, technology, and medicine.
Worth a look
Anthropological Index Online
Indexes periodical literature on languages, linguistics, culture, archaeology, ethnography, religion and civilisation.
Web of Science
The Web of Science abstracts the scholarly literature in the sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities.
Encyclopedias and dictionaries
Oxford Reference offers a range of dictionaries and encyclopedias listed by subject.
Useful titles include Oxford Companion to Classical Civilization, Concise Oxford Companion to Classical Literature, Who's Who in the Classical World, Pocket Oxford Latin Dictionary (English-Latin), Pocket Oxford Latin Dictionary (Latin-English) and Oxford Dictionary of the Classical World.
Web sites and Internet resources
Classics at Oxford Contains links to online fulltext journals, e-text collections, bibliographies, software for classicists and more.
Greek and Latin Classics Internet Resources A portal page which forms part of the Library of Congress' Internet Resources Section.
Greek and Roman History: Links, Documents, Notes California State University's Prof John Adams' suggestions. Resources for other topics such as Greek Mythology, the Roman Army and Ancient Sparta are here.
Greek Mythology Link is a collection of myths retold by Carlos Parada and contains texts, images, charts and maps.
Internet Classics Archive MIT's website with over 400 classical texts translated into English.
Internet Ancient History Sourcebook Access to online primary source texts for the Classics.
Latin Library at Ad Fontes Academy, a collection of texts in Latin (not translated).
Museum of Antiquities UNE's own museum of antiquity, the only archaeological museum in inland Australia.
Perseus Project An extensive digital library of resources for the study of the ancient world.
Resources for Classical Studies from the University of Pennsylvania.
Stoa Consortium Classical images, digital documents, links and blogs.
Voice of the Shuttle: Classical Studies A portal site which contains links to general classical history web sites, online journals, listservs and newsgroups.
VROMA: A Virtual Community for Teaching and Learning the Classics has an index to ANRW (Aufsteig und Niedergang der Romischen Welt) in English. You can also login to the website for free as a guest or permanent character.
Bryn Mawr Classical Review Publishes reviews of current scholarly work in classics. Articles date from 1990 to present
Forum Archaeologiae - Zeitschrift fur klassische Archaeologie Full text e-journal with articles from 1996 onwards. In German only
Histos A journal of ancient historiography from the University of Durham's Classics Department. Articles date from 1997 to 2000
Retarius A Latin e-journal dating back to 1998, hosted by the University of Kentucky's Classics Department