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Open Greek and Latin Project (CC BY-SA)

The ultimate goal is to represent every source text produced in Classical Greek or Latin from antiquity through the present, including texts preserved in manuscript tradition as well as on inscriptions, papyri, ostraca and other written artefacts.


Euripides Scholia: Scholia on Orestes 1–500 (CC BY-NC-SA)

A web and PDF version of the online edition of scholia at, covering Release 1(2020) of the annotations on Euripides, Orestes 1–500. This version is intended for digital preservation purposes. Updates and greater functionality are available at the online site.

This is a British Columbia created resource.Spectacles in the Roman World [Word File] (CC BY-NC-SA)

Spectacles in the Roman World: A Sourcebook (CC BY-SA)

This is a collection of primary sources on Roman games and spectacles in some of their various forms, created for a second-year undergraduate class on spectacles in Greece and Rome (this book covers the Roman section of that course) at the University of British Columbia.

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