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  1. ASSOCIAZIONE GIURISTE ITALIANE (AGI) - Sezione di Palermo
    The Association, whose Palermo section is led by our associate, M. Beatrice Scimeca, intends to promote or modify laws both nationally and internationally for the implementation of principles enshrined in the Italian Constitution, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and international conventions and to promote the study of legal, economic, and social issues and the cooperation with associations and national institutions, foreign and international, which have similar purposes.
  2. BIBLIOTHECA CLASSICA SELECTA
    Conçue et maintenue par deux professeurs belges, Jean-Marie Hannick (Université de Louvain, à Louvain-la-Neuve) et Jacques Poucet (Université de Louvain à Louvain-la-Neuve et Facultés universitaires Saint-Louis à Bruxelles), la BCS se veut une introduction aux études classiques, destinée prioritairement aux étudiants de lettres classiques et d'histoire ancienne.
  3. CLASSICAL PHILOLOGY. Has been an internationally respected journal for the study of the life, languages, and thought of the Ancient Greek and Roman world since 1906. CP covers a broad range of topics from a variety of interpretative points of view. Full-text PDF from v.98 (2000)
  4. COLLEGIUM POLITICUM
    The 'Collegium Politicum' is a thematic net which has as its objective the study of classical political theory and its reception in the history of political thought, with special emphasis on its impact on the Europe of today. This net brings together groups of investigators in various universities and centres for research.
    Academia Verlag
  5. COMPITUM est un site consacré à la recherche sur l'Antiquité romaine et la latinité. En rassemblant annonces de colloques, de séminaires ou de soutenances, en signalant publications et appels à communications et en proposant des ressources ayant trait à la civilisation romaine sous toutes ses formes, Compitum souhaite faciliter les échanges entre chercheurs et accroître la visibilité des études latines.
  6. ELECTRONIC RESSOURCES FOR CLASSICISTS : The Second Generation (Maintained by Maria C. Pantelia)
  7. GNOMON ONLINE
    The Eichstätt Information System for Classical Studies - A selection from the Gnomon CD-ROM 2008 with special consideration of the years since 2005
  8. GREECE & ROME - Published with the wider audience in mind, Greece & Rome features informative and lucid articles on ancient history, art, archaeology, religion, philosophy, and the classical tradition. Although its content is of interest to professional scholars, undergraduates and general readers who wish to be kept informed of what scholars are currently thinking will find it engaging and accessible. All Greek and Latin quotations are translated. Full-text PDF from v.48 (2001)
  9. The Centro di Studi Retorici e Grammaticali of Bologna is directed by Lucia Montefusco. A lot of scholars from Dipartimento di Filologia Classica e Medievale join together, but from other universities too, among whom some are SIAC members, like Ramón Gutiérrez González.
  10. INSTITUTE FOR CLASSICAL STUDIES - (Joint Library of the Hellenic and Roman Societies)
  11. INTERCLASSICA es un proyecto inaugurado en mayo de 2006. Tiene como fin la divulgación de contenidos correspondientes a distintos ámbitos del mundo Griego y Romano Antiguos. Se encuentra abierto a la colaboración de todo el que esté interesado en estos campos y pretende proporcionar información rigurosa para ser utilizada y compartida sin ningún tipo de obstáculo ni restricción dado que la educación, el conocimiento, la información y la comunicación esenciales para la cultura y el progreso de los seres humanos.
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    Web resources for the study of languages, literature, history, and culture of the civilizations of Greco-Roman antiquity, and the ancient history and cultures of the Mediterranean and Near-Eastern regions. Each resource has been evaluated and categorised by subject specialists based at UK universities.
  13. KIRKE - Katalog der Internetressourcen für die Klassische Philologie
  14. OPINIONS OF ANCIENT PHILOSOPHERS
    (Prototype d'une collection des témoignages relatifs aux anciens philosophes du monde gréco-romain)
    Cette collection de témoignages vise à rassembler au sein d'une base de données informatique le texte des sources relatives aux philosophes dits présocratiques ou préplatoniciens. Dans un premier temps, la collecte des témoignages ne sera cependant systématique que pour les philosophes Milésiens (Thalès, Anaximandre, Anaximène) et Eléates (Xénophane, Parménide, Zénon, Mélissos). Cette limitation pratique tient au caractère de « prototype » de cette base de données, qui reste en voie d'élaboration tant pour ce qui concerne les entrées de textes que les formes de leur indexation. Nous la publions seulement à titre de proposition, soumise à la critique. Une autre partie de ce projet consistant à réunir les principaux textes anciens relevant de la doxographie systématique (qu'il s'agisse d'oeuvres complètes, ou d'extraits), des philosophes n'appartenant pas à la période dite présocratique trouvent également droit de cité dans cette base, bien qu'il ne soit aucunement question pour le moment de chercher à réunir exhaustivement les sources les concernant.
  15. MARCUS TULLIUS CICERO - Created by JosephHughes at MissouriState.edu
  16. NAVICULA BACCHI - Aus Ciceros Biographie
  17. PERFORMING CICERO - This site drew its initial inspiration from the video, Performing Cicero's Speeches, an Experimental Workshop, developed by Jon Hall of the University of Otago and Robin Bond of the University of Canterbury, New Zealand
  18. PERSEUS 4.0, also known as the Perseus Hopper.
  19. PREFERITO
    The webpage of the Università di Torino is constantly updated with links to free online resources for the Humanities.
    Tulliana is reported there.
  20. REPERTOIRE DES SOURCES PHILOSOPHIQUES ANTIQUES - Ce répertoire a pour ambition de regrouper les sources philosophiques primaires de l'Antiquité des Présocratiques à la fin du VIe siècle de notre ère, en fournissant pour chaque document une liste des éditions, traductions, commentaires et instruments divers utiles pour une recherche de première main. La bibliographie secondaire n'est généralement pas prise en compte.
  21. REPERTOIRE DES SOURCES PHILOSOPHIQUES ANTIQUES - Ce répertoire a pour ambition de regrouper les sources philosophiques primaires de l'Antiquité des Présocratiques à la fin du VIe siècle de notre ère, en fournissant pour chaque document une liste des éditions, traductions, commentaires et instruments divers utiles pour une recherche de première main. La bibliographie secondaire n'est généralement pas prise en compte.
  22. ROMAN LAW LIBRARY – Edited by Yves Lassard has been an Associate Professor at the School of Law of Grenoble since 1990, Alexandr Koptev, Moscow Lomonosov State University
  23. ROMAN LAW RESOURCES - Edited by Ernest Metzger, University of Glasgow This site provides information on Roman law sources and literature, the teaching of Roman law, and the persons who study Roman law. The site is available in English and German.
  24. SENECANA - La Bibliografia contiene l'edizione on line della Bibliografia senecana del XX secolo , pubblicata in versione cartacea per i tipi di Pàtron di Bologna. La bibliografia– che nella versione a stampa si chiude all'anno 2000 – verrà aggiornata da un nuovo gruppo di ricerca coordinato da Andrea Balbo: sarà possibile reperire informazioni bibliografiche su Seneca dal 1901 al 2007 stesso.
  25. THE CICERO HOMEPAGE - Andrew M. Riggsby - U.Texas Austin Classics
  26. THE CLASSICAL QUARTERLY has a reputation for publishing the highest quality classical scholarship for nearly 100 years. It publishes research papers and short notes in the fields of language, literature, history and philosophy. Two substantial issues (around 300 pages each) of The Classical Quarterly appear each year, in May and December. Full-text PDF from v.51 (2001)
  27. The INTERNET ANCIENT HISTORY SOURCEBOOK has expanded greatly since its creation, and now contains hundred of local files as well as links to source texts throughout the net.
  28. THE LATIN LIBRARY - Toutes les oeuvres de Cicéron disponibles sur le site.
  29. The STOA CONSORTIUM for Electronic Publication in the Humanities has been edited since its creation in 1997 by Ross Scaife, Professor of Classics at the University of Kentucky.

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