An update on the Digital Latin Library project is long overdue.
Latin texts of all types, of all eras.
The Digital Latin Library (DLL) is a joint project of the Society for Classical Studies, the Medieval Academy of America, and the Renaissance Society of America. The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation's Scholarly Communications Program funds the project, and the University of Oklahoma hosts it.
We use the word "library" to describe our project because that word's many meanings apply to what we're building: a library of texts and resources, a place where individuals and groups can study and collaborate on projects, a series of volumes published according to a uniform standard, and resources for digital applications.
This space is for highlighting Internet resources for Latinists. The spotlight is currently on Thebarum Fabula: Digital Library of the Theban Myth, "a research project that aims to create an open-access website to serve as an exhaustive repository of resources, standard critical editions and recent translations of Greek and Roman works dealing with the fratricidal struggles of the Terrigenae and the sons of Oedipus, Eteocles and Polynices." Read more ….
Facilitating the finding and reading of all Latin texts.