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Resources for studying Julius Caesar.
© Leo C. Curran
Forum of Caesar, Rome

There are many websites devoted to the study of ancient Rome, Julius Caesar, and Latin.

Here is a small selection of sites useful for beginning students.

  Documents to download.

     A section of downloadable documents, including books 1 and 6 of De Bello Gallico in Microsoft Word format.

  Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar.

     AG is the classic resource for understanding Latin grammar.  Whatever you need to know, from declension of nouns to result clauses, you will find here.  AG is available online via the Perseus Project.

     The link above is to the table of contents — use it to access points of grammar about which you need more information.

  Latin to English Dictionary.

     Yes, there are more complete and more thorough Latin dictionaries on the web, but for simplicity's sake this one is the best. The dictionary was written by Tze-wan Kwan and Chong-fuk Lau at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, based on a word list by Lynn H. Nelson of the University of Kansas.

  The Julius Caesar Site.

     Devoted to works by and about our author, the Julis Caesar Siteis sponsored by the Perseus Project, the premiere scholarly website for studying antiquity.

  Interactive Ancient Mediterranean.

     Sponsored in part by the departments of Classics and History at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, IAM is an "on-line atlas of the ancient Mediterranean world designed to serve the needs and interests of students" at all levels of education.


     Leo C. Curran of SUNY Buffalo has made available to the world his personal collection of Roman (and Greek) images for non-commercial use. One of the best collections of antiquity-related photographs on the internet.

  HI 202: Roman History Web Resources.

     For a useful list of online materials see this page, compiled by our own Professor Arnush for last fall's Roman History class.


If you discover other online resources helpful to you, please contact me.

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