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A Reading from the Aeneid
The Aeneid, Eclogues,
and Georgics Latin texts from the George Mason University
Aeneid Translated by John Dryden. From the
Internet Classics Archive; includes a discussion bulletin
Aeneid Trans. John Dryden, from ILTClassics,
Aeneid Trans. John Dryden, presented by
Joel Jaeggli, University of Oregon
Aeneid In Latin and English, with
commentaries. An Online Translation Project by David Herman.
The Aeneid In Latin; Online Critical Edition with
Commentaries. In progress, from The Vergil Project.
The Georgics English translation with commentary.
From The Internet Classics
Archive; includes a discussion bulletin board.
- The Georgics
English translation; from Virginia Tech.
Virgil Web Pages
Vergil Project from The University of Pennsylvania
Home Page, from the University of Pennsylvania
virgil.org A valuable collection of links and resources by David
Wilson-Okamura; formerly Hesperia. Includes a map of Virgil's
Background and Essays
Aeneid A summary of the twelve books.
Part of An Introduction to Latin Epic by Laura Gorney
The Style and Structure of the Aeneid by Laura Gorney
Critical Approaches to the Aeneid: References and Bibliography
by Laura Gorney
Vergil's Aeneid A background essay by Roger Dunkle,
The Greatest Roman An appreciation of Vergil's view of
history, by Wes Callihan
An Esthetic Commentary to Aeneid IV (Part II of An
Introduction to Vergil, by Thomas Harris)
- Virgil's Aeneid
by Thomas Silverman, Reed College. Includes background, modern
views, resources, and bibliography
Vergil's Dido: A multimedia path by
Mark Morford, Daniel Holmes, and John Ashenfelter, University
of Virginia. An exemplary series of background text, images, and
maps that trace the depiction of Dido in the Aeneid and in art
Aeneas in the Underworld: A Multimedia Path
Forty-eight images of the Greek and
Roman underworlds from ancient and modern art, with commentary
by Mark Morford and Daniel Holmes, University of Virginia
A lock and a promise: Myth and Allusion in Aeneas' Farewell to
Dido in Aeneid 6 by R. A. Smith
Other Internet Resources
Mantovano "An Online, Ongoing Discussion of Virgil and
Chat and Bulletin Boards
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