ABZU Web Site
- ABZU Web Site, based at the
Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, is the first site to
check for new resources in the area of the ancient Near East. Abzu offers
multiple points of access to the growing number of resources located on
Amazing Discoveries in Biblical Archaeology (http://www.concentric.net/~extraord/archaeology.htm)
- Amazing Discoveries in Bible Archaeology A
list of sites in Biblical Archaeology and the Dead Sea Scrolls. It also
allows one to search for Books on Archaeology and search the Web for
Biblical Archaeology web links
- Ashmolean Museum Home Page.
This page holds great promise. The Cast Gallery has several images with
links to dictionary entries and other materials.
- Biblical Archaeology focuses on the peoples and
cultures of the Levant, and other regions as they relate to the biblical
record, during the biblical period.
Biblical Archaeology Society (http://www.bib-arch.org)
- The Biblical Archaeology Society has been
presenting the excitement of archaeological discovery and ground breaking
Bible scholarship to a popular audience for 25 years through magazines and
books. This site connects to the sites for
Biblical Archaeology Review
and Bible Review.
The Israel Museum Site (http://jeru.huji.ac.il/ej24.htm)
- The Israel Museum Site is a web site that
presents material from the Israel Museum arranged by Time Period and
arranged in sections on Costumes, Water Systems, Food, People etc.
- Oriental Institute The home
page of the Oriental Institute, University of Chicago
The Tel Hazor Excavation Project (http://unixware.mscc.huji.ac.il/~hatsor)
- The Tel Hazor Excavation Project provides
information about Tel Hazor and information for prospective volunteers who
may wish to participate in further excavations at Hazor.
Images and Pictures (http://belarmine.lmu.edu/~fjust/rome.htm)
- This web site maintained by Felix Just contains
over 350 captioned pictures of Ancient Rome
Ancient World Web
- Ancient World Web is the
Ultimate Index on the Ancient World. Actually, rather than an index, this
site offers links to a wide selection of sites concerned with the "ancient
world." Still, it is a useful gathering of resources and is worth checking
for new resources or general browsing.
is a Journal of Ancient Literature and History on the Web. One of the new
electronic journals to appear on the World Wide Web with both editors and
an editorial board. This is a referred journal, and the editors are
seeking articles of quality comparable to print journals.
Classics Collections Page (http://web.uflib.ufl.edu/cm/classics)
- The University of Florida Classics Collections Page
is a compendium of resources, databases, e-texts, electronic journals, and
sites on Greek and Roman History, Art and Archaeology, and Classical
Interactive Ancient Mediterranean
- The Interactive Ancient
Mediterranean is an on-line
atlas of the ancient Mediterranean world designed to serve the needs and
interests of students and teachers in high school, community college and
university courses in classics, ancient history, geography, archaeology
and related fields.
of Congress Classics (http://www.loc.gov/rr/main/alcove9/classics.html)
- The Library of Congress Classics Collections Page
Professor KC Hanson's Web Site
- This site contains an
article on using the Web for ancient studies, a collection of 250
classified links to the ancient world Websites, and a collection of 100
classified links to world religions Websites, classified bibliographies,
and a collection of ancient documents
- The Perseus Project
is a teaching and research tool that combines in a multimedia
database environment resources for the study of ancient Greek literature,
history, art and archaeology. In addition the site maintains links to
several other sites of interest to classicists.
The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World
- The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World is a
site devoted to the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the other Wonders
of the Ancient world, wonders of the Modern world, and natural Wonders. It
also provides several links to resources in Near Eastern, Greek and Roman
of Contents of Journals of Interest to Classicists (http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/amphoras/tocs.html)
- TOCS-IN: Tables of Contents
of Journals of Interest to Classicists is listing of tables of contents
form journals in the classics. It lists more than 13,000 from over 160
University of Chicago Classics Dept. Home Page http://humanities.uchicago.edu/humanities/classics
- The University of Chicago
Libraries and the Classics Department Home Page which contains useful
resources for Classics with Links to other resources on the Internet
- Rome for You
- Describes museums, monuments, and other sites of
Ancient Near Eastern Links (http://www.sonoma.edu/people/poe/Links.html)
- Ancient Near Eastern links of William Clay
Poe which are good places to begin searching for information on the web.
Shamra Project (http://www.ed.ac.uk/~ugarit/home.htm)
- Edinburgh Ras Shamra Project
offers both images of tablets from Ugarit and information on the
Ugaritic language. The texts currently available are accompanied by
transliterations and translations
Rutgers University Religion Dept Ancient Near
East Links http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~religion/vri/aneast.html
- Rutgers University Religion Dept Ancient Near East
Links is a collection of General resources and Language tools for
study of the Ancient Near East. There are subsection devoted to Anatolia,
Egypt, Mesopotamia, Persia, and Syria and Palestine.
Chicago Ancient Near East Home Page (http://www.lib.uchicago.edu/e/su/ne)
- The University of Chicago
Libraries and Ancient Near East Department home page which contains useful
resources for Ancient Near Eastern Studies such as Guides to UC Catalogs,
Bibliographic Databases, Electronic Journals and Full Text Resources.
in the Ancient Near East (http://www-oi.uchicago.edu/OI/DEPT/RA/WOMEN.HTML)
- This site contains a
bibliography focusing on Women in the Ancient Near East from materials
acquired by the Oriental Institute between 1988 and 1992.
Annual Egyptological Bibliography (http://www.leidenuniv.nl/nino/aeb.html)
- Annual Egyptological Bibliography is
published by the International Association of Egyptologists in cooperation
with the Netherlands Institute for the Near East.
- Egyptology Resources is
maintained by Nigel Strudwick It originated with the assistance of the
Newton Institute in the University of Cambridge, to provide a source of
Egyptological information on the World Wide Web. It begins with a very
good opening graphic
Internet Resources for the Study of Judaism and Christianity
- Internet Resources for the
Study of Judaism and Christianity lists a number of sites on the
Internet that are useful for the study of Judaism and Christianity.
- Understanding Bar and Bat Mitzvahs --
- Articles previously
appearing in the Ioudaios list indexed by author for retrieval.
- Companion electronic home
page to the group Ioudaios which focus on reviews of material of interest
to scholars of early Judaism and related fields.
Judaism and Jewish
- Judaism and Jewish resources
is one of the most complete listings of links to other sites and of
material related to Judaism and Jewish Studies.
- The Tanach Directory from
Shamash included the Hebrew text of the Tanach and links to all the known
Divrei Torah on the Internet.
The Tanach Study Center
- The Tanach Study Center is
designed to provide the student of the Torah with a structured learning
program for self-study of Tanach.
The Torah Net Page (http://torahnet.org)
- The Torah Net Page
lists sources for studying the Torah on the Internet.
Dead Sea Scrolls Rutgers University
- This site contains a very detailed Timetable of
Discovery and Debate in the history of the Dead Sea Scroll. There are
significant hyperlinks to places, people and events in that history.
Dead Sea Scrolls
Seminar of Robert Kraft (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/rels/225/)
- Religious Studies 225.
Robert Kraft's home page at the U Penn. This link leads to archives from
Robert Kraft's seminar on the Dead Sea Scrolls at the U Penn, Spring Term
Dead Sea Scrolls Texts online (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/~humm/Resources/Texts/dss.html)
- Dead Sea Scrolls texts online at the University of
Pennsylvania Computer Center for the Analysis of Texts.
Orion Center for the Study
of the Dead Sea Scrolls (http://orion.mscc.huji.ac.il)
- The Orion Center for
the study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Associated Literature was
established in 1995 to stimulate and foster research on the scrolls,
provide a forum for the unique scroll opportunities in Jerusalem, and to
coordinate research being carried out at the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem. This Website is intended to further those goals while providing
educational, scholarly, and Orion Center-specific information. The site
contains general information on the Scrolls and a Cave Tour .
The Scrolls from the Dead Sea (http://metalab.unc.edu/expo/deadsea.scrolls.exhibit/intro.html)
- The Ancient Library of Qumran and Modern
Scholarship is an online version of the Dead Sea Scrolls Exhibit at the
Library of Congress .
Scrolls from the Dead Sea Library of Congress
- This site contains material on the community the
produced the scrolls, the Library of scrolls, and the debate that is
raging 2000 years after the writing of the scrolls.
Bible Gateway (http://www.gospelcom.net/bible)
- The Bible Gateway allows
searches of various translations of the Bible, by passage or search words
with Boolean operators. It also offers searchable translations of the
Bible into other languages.
is the Best European site for biblical studies and related areas,
with extensive links to source materials and other resources on the
Internet. Of particular interest isthe listing of computer resources for
biblical studies, which has links to both software and electronic texts.
Bible Institute of Fribourg
- Biblical Institue of
Fribourg University provides timely information on the
current activities of the Biblical Institute, Information on volumes of
Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis and Novum Testamentum et Orbis Antiquus,
backlist and new/forthcoming.
Church Documents (http://bellarmine.lmu.edu/~fjust/ChurchDocs.htm)
- Full texts of all Catholic
Church Documents on Biblical Research
Assisted Bible Analysis (http://www-writing.berkeley.edu/chorus/bible)
- Computer Assisted Bible
Analysis is maintained by Harry Hahne. Includes Bible
fonts for Windows, Internet courses on humanities computing, reviews of
Bible search software, scholarly essays pertaining to computer-assisted
analysis of biblical texts, and other resources (FAQs, discussion groups,
The Resource Page for
Biblical Studies (http://www.torreys.org/bible)
- The Resource Page for
Biblical Studies: This Resource Page is maintained by Torry Seland at
Volda College in Norway.
TC: A Journal for Biblical Textual
- TC: A Journal for Biblical
Textual Criticism is an electronic, peer-reviewed, journal focusing on
biblical textual criticism. The journal contains full-length articles,
shorter textual notes, project reports and book reviews.
Hebrew Bible Bibliography (http://divinity.library.vanderbilt.edu/bibs/HB/HBbib.html)
- Hebrew Bible Bibliography
is a short bibliography of the Hebrew Bible from Divinity
Library, Vanderbilt University
- Navigating the Bible Old
Testament. This site began as a place where young boys and girls could
prepare for their Bar/Bath Mitzvah. However, it was felt that the project
should be expanded to cover not only the needs of those for whom it was
originally aimed, but also to provide a means by which others might
explore the Five Books of Moses from a number of different perspectives.
It provides Real Audio clips for pronunciation of texts.
Manuscripts and Documents
on NT (http://www.historian.net)
- A collection of Manuscripts
and documents on the New Testament including an analysis of the Lord's
Prayer in Aramaic, Greek and English, along with a series of essays on New
Wabash Center's Guide to Resources on Early Christianity http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/Internet/early.htm
- The Wabash Center's Guide to
Internet Resources pages on Early Christianity contains teaching
resources, texts, journals and web sites dedicated to Ancient
Fonts site (http://babel.uoregon.edu/yamada/fonts/greek.html)
- Greek Fonts
site contains free fonts offered for MS-DOS (SVGA), Windows, Macintosh
etc. along with information for using these fonts to view Greek on the
Base Morphology (http://www.facstaff.bucknell.edu/rbeard/)
- This site is dedicated to
the theory described in Lexeme-Morpheme Base Morphology by R. Beard. IT
contains links to dictionaries and grammars etc.
Greek Tutorial (http://sunsite.unc.edu/koine/greek/lessons)
- An interactive Greek
tutorial, with RealAudio samples to teach pronunciation, an interactive
flashcard, and loads of scriptural examples.
- This is a site containing
resources and tips for learning koine or biblical Greek
- B-Greek is a mailing list
for scholar study of biblical Greek and the biblical Greek texts. Includes
A Greek Grammar for Colleges (http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/cgi-bin/ptext?doc=Perseus:text:1999.04.0007)
- Herbert Weir Smyth, A Greek Grammar for Colleges
is an on line version of the will known Smyth Greek Grammar.
New Latin Grammar (http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/cgi-bin/ptext?doc=Perseus:abo:sec,00002)
- Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar for
Schools and Colleges is an online version of the well known Latin
Computing at Oxford (http://www.oucs.ox.ac.uk/ltg/index.html)
- A centralized collection of
links to all the humanities computing efforts at Oxford University.
Contains links to such efforts as the Center for Humanities Computing, the
Humbul Gateway (international resources for the humanities), projects
undertaken at various departments at Oxford, and a variety of other
O'Donnel's Web Page (http://www.georgetown.edu/faculty/jod)
- This web page is an
interactive WWW exploration and demonstration of practical applications
of Internet technology for teaching.
Kraft's Home Page (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/rs/rak/kraft.html)
- This home page containing
links to materials from several of his classes on Dead Sea Scrolls and
The iLove Languages Pages
- This is a
comprehensive catalog of language-related Internet resources compiled by
Tyler Jones. It includes online language lessons (in ancient and modern
languages), dictionaries, texts, etc.)
Center for Textual Studies
- The Centre for Textual
Studies is one of twenty-three Computers in Teaching Initiative (CTI)
Centres for Textual Studies, established to promote the use of computers
in university teaching. This homepage offers access to the Centre's
Resources Guide, which is an introduction to the software, techniques
and literature of electronic textual analysis for academics seeking to us
computers in teaching and research.
- This is the Special
Collections Library at Duke University has undertaken to provide
electronic access to the largely unpublished Duke papyrus collection of
papyri from ancient Egypt. The usefulness of this site is enhanced by the
provision of both basic and advanced information on papyri in general and
Textual Criticism and Manuscript Interpretation
- This is a site maintained by David L. Moore
containing facsimiles, and links to various NT manuscripts.
The New Media Bible
- The New Media Bible
is sponsored by the American Bible Society. The Scholars who are
working on this project realize that the Bible has passed through many
media transformations in the course of human history; from ancient stories
told, to handwritten manuscripts, to the printed page. This project is a
transformation of the Bible into yet another medium, the electronic media
of the 21st century.
The Electronic New Testament
Manuscripts Project (http://www/emtmp.org )
- The Electronic New Testament
Manuscripts Project is "…an international, scholarly,
volunteer effort to make images and transcriptions of New Testament
manuscripts available freely on the Internet." presently in its pilot
Linguae Graecae Project (http://www.tlg.uci.edu/~tlg/about.html)
- TLG is the Gopher Server of
the Thesaurus Linguae Graecae Project of at the University of California,
Centre for the Study of
Ancient Documents (http://www.csad.ox.ac.uk/CSAD)
- The Centre for the Study of
Ancient Documents was established in 1995 under the auspices of Oxford
University's Faculty of Literae Humaniores to provide a focus for the
study of ancient documents within Oxford. Over the last six years it has
developed into a research centre of national and international importance.
The Electronic Text Center
- The Electronic Text Center
at the University of Virginia. Online versions of English, French, German,
Japanese and Latin texts, and links to many other resources.
The Gramcord Institute
- The GRAMCORD Institute's
World Wide Website is intended for visitors who are interested in Biblical
Greek and Hebrew --- and Biblical Studies software in general. It provides
having access to scholarly information, forum archives, technical support
bulletins, news about Institute research and software development, and
links to many other Biblical text and Biblical language-related Internet
WWW sites. The site is sponsored by the non-profit GRAMCORD Institute
as a free public service to the Biblical studies community.
The American Academy of Religion
American Schools of
Oriental Research (http://www.asor.org)
of Biblical Literature
The Catholic Biblical Association of America
resources of Scholarly Societies
- AcqWeb is a
website for librarians interested in acquisitions or collection
development. Also excellent for scholars seeking contact information for
publishers, libraries on Internet and host of other bibliographic
Theological Library (http://www.hds.harvard.edu/library)
- Basic information concerning
library and its collections.
- The Calgary Libraries
Automated Virtual Information System (Clavis) Home Page
allows searching of the University Library's holdings by author, title or
subject. Research findings can then be mailed to an e-mail address.
University Library (http://www.lib.duke.edu/online_catalog.html)
- Duke University Online
Emory University Library
- The Library of Emory
University where one can find
Euclid on the Web. The Emory University Search service.
The University of South
Florida Library http://webluis.fcla.edu/cgi-bin/cgiwrap/fclwlv3/wlv3/CM2/DGcat/DBSF/P1basic
- The University of South
Florida Library Virtual Online Library
Heard Library of
Vanderbilt University (http://www.library.vanderbilt.edu)
- The Jean and Alexander Heard
Library of Vanderbilt University
Hill Monastic Manuscript
- This library contains
information concerning the project of making the library of more than
90,000 volumes in libraries and archives of classical and medieval
handwritten manuscripts available in electronic format.
- This is
Gopher site which contains links to several others libraries throughout
the world which have online catalogs.
The Library of Congress
- The Library of Congress
Catalog Experimental Search site allows searching of the holdings of the
Library by Author, Title or Subject and has the capability of sending
results to your email address.
Library of Congress Catalog (http://catalog.loc.gov)
- WWW Page is maintained by
the Library of Congress. It allows the searching of the Library of
Congress On Line Catalog (OCLC). It also has links to resources in the
classics and electronic texts.
Online Research (http://www.marquette.edu/library/)
- This site allows searching
of the Marquette Memorial and Science Libraries as well as linking to
other sites on the Internet .
Library Database (http://www.citationonline.net/librarys.htm)
- Oberon Library database
(libraries available through Oberon Software) for use with Biblio
[Citation8] and Biblio4 [Nota Bene Ibidem Software]
Pitts Theological Library
- Pitts Library at Emory
University. This page provides a guide to the resources of this library
and on the internet in general.
- The Regenstein Library of
the University of Chicago. Online Catalog which is searchable.
Biblical Studies on the Web (http://www.bsw.org)
Biblical Studies on the Web
is a new exegetical journal exclusively published on the World Wide
Web, dedicated to the study of Jewish and Christian Biblical Theology
- The Vanderbilt Divinity
Library home page contains links to Internet resources for religious and
theological research, guides for research in religion, bibliographies for
religious and theological research
- Citation 8 Biblio Software
is a Windows bibliographic software produce by The Nota Bene Corporation
who are known for their Note Bene and Ibidem software. This is a windows
variant of the Ibidem software.
Holy Land Photos (http://www.holylandphotos.org)
- A collection of 44 sites with 390 photos of the Holy Land compiled by
Carl Ramussen. Its purpose is to provide quality photos of the biblical
sites free of charge to teachers and others interested in biblical
Images at NT Gateway (http://www.ntgateway.com/images.htm)
- The art and images of Dr. Mark Goodacre's New Testament web site
containing severals links to artwork and images concerning the New
Testment and early Christian Literature.
Religious Art (http://bellarmine.lmu.edu/~fjust/art.htm)
- Religious Art collection of Felix Just, especially art partaining to
the gospel of John and the Book of Revelation