UCB Library access to Loeb Classical Library Online <http://www.loebclassics.com> is now official.
Thesaurus Linguae Graecae (TLG) has redesigned Canon and text searches, and now provides new tools. Included in this release are n-grams and statistical analysis, a new online lexica, and vocabulary tools (including flash cards and word lists).
The new site (http://stephanus.tlg.uci.edu/index.php) requires login registration. It will run concurrently with the previous version for a limited time. Help files are available and video tutorials are coming soon.
Features of the new TLG site:
Canon of Greek Authors and Works
Expanded bibliographical information
Ability to search ALL Canon fields or limit a search by author, work, editor, publication title, series or year of publication
Search by database fields such date, genre, geographic origin etc.
Faceted navigation using TLG Canon fields.
Quick links to free and licensed resources (Google, WorldCat, JSTOR, L'Année philologique, Brill Online and other sites)
Ability to display locations on Google maps and view results as a timeline
Word, Lemma and Textual Search for one word or several words in proximity Wildcard and Boolean (proximity) searches
Word index phrasal searches
Display results as a list or grouped by word, author or grammatical category
Case and diacritics sensitive searches, exact word search and substring matches
Links to morphological information and lexica
Browse one text or two texts side by side
Hyperlinks to morphology/lexica, statistics and n-grams
Click on any phrase in the text and view its occurence in the full corpus
View statistical information about each word or the selected text
Links to online translations
Ability to search the text you are browsing
View any two texts side by side
Highlight similarities between two texts or
View differences between two editions of the same text
Select two texts and view their common N-grams
View statistics information for the whole corpus (as a list or as a diagram) or for a specific time period
Display statistical information for each author and/or work
Display statistical information for each lemma in the corpus
Display use of each lemma by geographic region
Please note that the AH/C Library will be CLOSED during the Winter Break, . Our Intersession hours, , will be through , closed weekends. To check current hours click here.
Since it was first published in Leipzig in 1868, Johannes Overbeck's Ancient Literary Sources for the History of the Visual Arts of the Greeks has been a standard work, not just for all classical disciplines, but also for art history and related studies. This completely revised new edition in five volumes goes far beyond a simple revision and addition of new sources; it also takes into account the results of archaeological research since Overbeck, as well as changes in the knowledge and needs of future users of the handbook.