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Welcome to the Tanglin Classics Libguide!
Don't forget there's plenty to look at on Weebly.
Classics in the news combined with some feisty analysis...
A very basic introduction...
Thank you to David Gregory for creating this Latin and Classical Civilisation Libguide.
Paintings of the Classics
See how myths have come alive over centuries of great painting here...
What is tragedy?
What is tragedy all about? This interview of the legendary Oliver Taplin is just one of tonnes of free podcasts from Oxford University. (Creative Commons - University of Oxford)
The single best site for reading Latin (and Greek) is Perseus Tufts - it contains texts, translations and dictionaries along with heaps of archaeological resouces and more.
For translation made easy, but with a less authentic translating experience, try reading with no dictionaries.
Classical Civilization: Bill Thayer has amalgamated a great collection of materials in translation at Lacus Curtius.
ancienthistory.about.com also has tonnes of great information and activities
Troy Story by
Call Number: F HAS
A modern retake of Homer's classical epic by our very own Mr. Hassall, now re-told with the assistance of some stop-motion barbie dolls!
The Iliad: A New Prose Translation by
...if you liked that, try Homer's Epic Classic in the bard's own words.