Our Aims:
  • We are a free and comprehensive resource for the study of classical antiquity across its many subdisciplines.
  • We introduce research tools and best practices to students who are beginning advanced study, faculty and students in other disciplines, and the interested public.
  • We offer friendly guidance on academic life.

Jaclyn Neel is visiting faculty in the Department of Greek and Roman Classics at Temple University. Her interests include Roman history and ancient religion, and if armchair archaeology ever becomes a thing, she’s in.




IMG_1008Mary Franks is a PhD student in the Department of History at York University.  Her interests include Roman political and cultural history, Roman religion, and historiography.



Information on our Creative Commons License

Our Creative Commons license allows you to reuse and modify our content on your own personal website, LMS, course page, etc. provided that you attribute it to us and that your use is non-commercial.

Here are some examples of acceptable use:

  • A TA posts a copy of our ‘How to’ for JStor on her course website, changing the login instructions to fit her institution
  • A TA prints and distributes a copy of our ‘How to’ type in Greek to his intro Greek class
  • A student quotes from one of our ‘Rome in the news’ posts in a paper and cites The Library of Antiquity

Here are some examples of unacceptable use:

  • A student copies our instructions and submits them to StudyBlue or another notes-for-sale website
  • A student copies our analysis of an ‘in the news’ post and submits it for a grade in class
  • A faculty member includes our content on a closed website run by a for-profit press, such as Oxford, Pearson, or Wiley