Ancient Greece generally is understood to cover the period from the Greek Dark Ages (12th - 9th centuries B. C.) through the Classical and Hellenistic periods ending in 600 A. D. The suggested electronic resources are available linked from here and from the Electronic Resources section of the library home page. Print resources are available in the PHC on-campus collection. Online resources and ebooks are particularly helpful to members of our Distance Learning (DL) community. If you are off-campus and accessing online resources, use your student portal user name and password for access. If you have difficulty accessing online resources, call or email the library. You may check out the location and availability of an item in the on-campus collection through the online catalog, Voyager, accessed here or through the library home page.
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Ancient-Greece.org provides access to a collection of images, thoughts, and resources about Ancient Greece.
Beazley Archive contains the world’s largest collection of photos of ancient Greek painted pottery.
Euro Docs – History of Greece: Primary Documents contains primary source documents including selected transcriptions, facsimiles, and translations.
Fordham University’s Internet Ancient History Sourcebook: Greece provides access to primary source texts and visual and audio material.
Livius.org provides access to articles on ancient history by the noted scholar, Jona Lendering.
Perseus Digital Library – Greek and Roman Materials contains an impressive number of primary and secondary sources for the study of ancient Greece and Rome.
Created: Ngai, 2017. Reviewed: Dr. Douglas Favelo/Thornhill, 2017, 2019.