Module tutors and dissertation supervisors can advise students on the use of subject-specific digital resources.
The following are a few general digital resources that MARS students may find useful:
- E-resources @ UCL
- COPAC to locate copies of books in UK research libraries.
- Perseus for classical materials.
- Thesaurus linguae graecae, a database of almost all known ancient and Byzantine Greek texts up until 1453, in scholarly editions. Available through the UCL list of databases.
- Diogenes For searching and browsing the databases of ancient texts, primarily in Latin and Greek. The collection includes digital versions of the Lewis and Short Latin dictionary and Lidell, Scott and Jones Greek dictionary.
- Du Cange, Glossarium Ad Scriptores Mediae et Infimae Latinitatis, for medieval Latin.
- Bible Gateway for searches in Biblical texts in many languages.
- Digital Scriptorium Includes digital images of manuscripts.
- Biblioteca italiana (CIBIT) for the best site for Italian e-texts.
- BIVIO (Biblioteca virtuale online) with many Italian Renaissance texts, both in Latin and Italian.
- An analytic bibliography of on-line neo-Latin texts compiled by Dana F. Sutton (University of California, Irvine). A list of digital versions of many medieval and Latin texts in rare printed editions.
- The 'Einbanddatenbank' is a searchable database of the stamps used for decorating fifteenth- and sixteenth-century leather bindings. It is useful for dating copies and identifying their origins.
- Orbis latinus. For identifying Latin place names.