Wednesday, 29 April 2015

Perseus Digital Library

quote [ The Perseus Classics collection began as an integrated collection of materials, textual and visual, on the Archaic and Classical Greek world.
[...]
Building on the success of the tools and resources developed for Ancient Greek source materials, the project expanded into the Roman world, with additional art and archaeology materials as well as new collections of Latin texts and tools. ]

Got linked to this by my professor in Roman and Greek mythology (not personally, it was more of a "if anyone can't afford the books, this is also okay to use" thing). Thumb is obviously from Jason and the Argonauts, which I felt was appropriate despite the lack of Perseus himself. Anyway, I'm sure you nerds will enjoy some Classical texts.
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[by azazel@6:05pmGMT]

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lrdcthulu said @ 8:57pm GMT on 29th Apr
I'll drop this here - I used this website over and over in undergrad and grad school.

The internet History sourcebook.

http://legacy.fordham.edu/Halsall/index.asp
steele said @ 9:01pm GMT on 29th Apr
Don't mind me. Just testing something.
Resurrected Morris said @ 9:30pm GMT on 29th Apr
awesomus incredibilus
Marcel said @ 1:51pm GMT on 30th Apr
Biggus Dickus
HP Lovekraftwerk said @ 2:53am GMT on 30th Apr
Loved Jason and the Argonauts as a kid, but now I can't see that skeleton scene without thinking about how Ray Harryhausen nearly killed himself animating it.

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