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Classics

Electronic Resources at Stanford

Bibliographer: John Mustain
HASRG, Green Library
Phone: 725-6964
E-mail: jmustain@stanford.edu

 

CD-ROMS:

Green Library has a selection of CD-ROMs of interest to classicists, some indexing journals in the humanities and others containing collections of texts.

  • The Database of Classical Bibliography: this is the electronic version of L'Annee philologique, indexing and abstracting virtually all publications related to classical antiquity. The first installment covers the literature from 1976-1987. Future volumes will extend the range of coverage forwards and backwards in time.
  • The Patrologia Latina, texts (in Latin) of the Church Fathers--taken from Migne's 19th century edition--from Tertullian to the Third Lateran Council 1216.
  • CETEDOC, Latin patristic texts derived from the authoritative editions of the ongoing Corpus Christianorum, (searching help is available online.)

Electronic Journals:

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