The Lexicon of Greek Personal Names (LGPN) is attempting to
collect and publish all ancient Greek personal names, drawing on the full range of written sources from the 8th century B.C. down to the late Roman Empire.
These are being made available in an online database.
The Bibliotheca Polyglotta Graeca et Latina (BPGL) is working to
document the multilingual diffusion of the Greek literature of antiquity, showing how the concepts of Greek and Roman thinking historically has influenced thinking in a global context, first in a Latin medium, then Syriac and Arabic, as well as German and French, and then to some extent the whole world.
Theses and dissertations in Classics from the University of Iowa are available openly on the web.
The new Judaism and Rome project “aims to:
- give access to some important sources, providing as much information as possible: images, original text, translation
- provide the reader with an original and detailed analysis of each source, a service that is very rarely offered on the internet, and which makes this website comparable to a rich sourcebook
- promote interdisciplinary discussion between scholars working on Roman history, Jewish Studies, Epigraphy, Numismatics, Classics, Patristics, History of Christianity, etc.”
Several interesting resources have already been made available with the promise of more to come.
HT: Charles Jones, Jim Davila, Larry Hurtado
Auctor is the postgraduate journal of the Royal Holloway (University of London) Classics department. Our aim is to provide a high quality peer-reviewed journal, where postgraduates at any stage in their career can publish notes or articles pertaining to the classical world. We do not discriminate and so not only welcome submissions in Classical literature, but also from archaeology to reception, and everything in-between.
On these pages you will find information regarding the latest call for papers and how to submit an article. You can also find out about our current editorial team and panel of reviewers. More will be added to the website as we put together our first issue, but for now please take a look around and get involved.
For more information, see the Auctor website.