Ancient Stoicism: Resources
Dr. Cynthia Freeland
Inside a Roman Stoa in Athens From The Ancient City of Athens. Image Copyright 1995-2000. All rights reserved. Kevin T. Glowacki and Nancy L. Klein of the Department of Classical Studies at Indiana University, Bloomington.
Philosophy 6396 Fall 2000
2:30 - 5:30 p.m., Monday, Room 512 Agnes Arnold Hall
(713) 743-3205, CFreeland@UH.edu
ChronologyA Timeline of Hellenistic Philosophy, with background information and an overview of the period (by Dr. Freeland)
BibliographyBibliography of Readings
On-Line ArticlesZeno of Citium, by Robin Turner
Stoicism, by Dirk Baltzly, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Stoicism, Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Crane, Gregory R. (ed.) The Perseus Project, http://www.perseus.tufts.edu, May 2000.
Stoicism on the Web
Stoa, an article from the Perseus encyclopedia.
Stoa, search results on Perseus, includes links to many images of buildings.
Great aerial view of Athens' Agora, from Perseus
Voice of the Shuttle, Texts, Courses, etc., organized by time period and subject area
On-Line Texts and Specific PhilosophersPerseus Base Page for Texts and Translations (To find Stoic authors, you will want to check the Latin text section. There are no Greek Stoic authors on Perseus at this point.)
Zeno of Citium and the Cynics
All About Rome
Virtual Rome, On-Line tours, with links on life, mythology, history, Latin language and literature, etc.
Lacus Curtius: Into the Roman World, a Multi-Mega Resource for Information about Rome. Done by Prof. Bill Thayer of the University of Kansas. This site cannot be topped!
Note: This page is in progress (Summer 2000).
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Last Updated August 26, 2000.
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