Q: How do I access texts in Greek online?
The digital Loeb Classical Library contains over 1,500 Greek works along with over 400 works in Latin. To access this resource, please click here.
The Thesaurus Linguae Graecae is an online digital library of most of the extant texts in Greek literature from Homer up to and beyond the fall of Byzantium in AD 1453. The digital corpus contains over 10,000 texts from over 4,000 authors. All texts may be searched and read online (in Greek).
The TLG is only available on campus from 3 computers: one in the library lobby, one in a room in the library restricted to Graduate Philosophy students, and one on the 3rd floor of Sullivan Hall. From these computers, access the TLG from the library database list. Off-campus access is not available due to licensing restrictions.