Welcome to the links page! You can start your journey into other realms of the Web from here; realms which might either aid you in the learning of Greek, or realms whose general content I simply found interesting and whose addresses I am, therefore, putting onto my site in the hopes of their receiving more attention.
If you find that a helpful or interesting website is missing from my list of links, I highly encourage you to get in contact with me.
An excellent website for reading Homer’s works.
A mostly German website with a myriad of information and texts about Ancient Greek and Latin.
A growing collection of open-source and easy-to-read digitised versions of Ancient Greek texts (even readers).
A great hub of texts, including original Ancient Greek texts with English translations.
Arguably the absolute largest collection of original Greek texts and English translations of said texts.
A website in German containing texts by the early church fathers in the original Greek and with German translations.
Geoffrey Steadman produces high-quality intermediate readers for Greek and Latin — available as free PDFs
One of the best online dictionaries for Ancient Greek.
A great forum for both Ancient Greek and Latin; there’s also a nice list of freely available books.
A great website with a Web 1.0 æsthetic containing information on various topics such as Autism, Kemetism and general opinions.
A great website containing lots of information about the science fiction TV series Babylon 5.
A nice repository of information about all things ancient.
A gigantic website with nearly 80,000 pages containing information regarding space (travel).
A nice series of comics (mostly featuring birds).
A website I am not good at describing; it has a tonne of interesting articles to read on various topics such as philosophy, science etc.