Center for the Study of Religion and Cultureat Vanderbilt University
Electronic Resources for Classicists (by Maria Pantelia, UC-Irvine)
The Perseus Project at Tufts University -- a digital library on Ancient Greece and Rome
Classical Tradition in America
Latin Language pages
Links to "Wheelock's Latin" Study Aids
Internet Workbook for the "Oxford Latin Course"
Best Collection of Resources for High School Latin Teachers
Latin Phrases and Words Used in English
Audio Files of Recited Roman Poetry
An Introduction to Roman Handwriting, to be followed up with the Vindolanda Tablets Online
The Ancient City of Athens, a photographic archive at the University of Indiana
Lacus Curtius: absolutely enormous collection of info on the Roman world (can take a long time to upload - but note the search engine at the bottom!)
VRoma: a highly interactive recreation of early Imperial Rome
Ancient Roman ball games: soccer, hockey, football, you name it!
Ancient jokes: mostly Cicero, but some Greeks make the grade, too.
ROMARCH: A resource for the Art & Archaeology of Ancient Italy and the Provinces of Rome. (University of Michigan)
Karnak Hypostyle Hall Project(University of Memphis)