This bibliography is growing as new articles and information are added.
We have attempted to avoid using abbreviations for the titles of academic journals and reference works in articles and notes in this section. Many books, articles and dissertations include a key to such abbreviations as used in the respective publications. Lists of those in general use are available on various academic websites, for example www.ajaonline.org.
academia.edu Thanks to all the authors, academics and non-academics, who have generously made their articles and publications freely available online at this website. Many worlds of discovery.
American Journal of Archaeology (AJA), published by the Archaeological Institute of America. Issues and articles available online at jstor.org. Many older articles available at the Internet Archive and some other online sources. Website: www.ajaonline.org
Andreae, Bernard, 36. Die Lakoongruppe, in: Schönheit des Realismus: Auftraggeber, Schöpfer, Betrachter hellenistischer Plastik, pages 213-229. Verlag Philipp von Zabern, Mainz am Rhein, 1998. At Heidelberg University Digital Library.
Andreiomenou, Angeliki K., Notes de sculpture et d'épigraphie en Béotie, I. La stèle de Mnasithéios, oeuvre de Philourgos: étude stylistique. In: Bulletin de correspondance hellénique, Volume 130, livraison 1, 2006, pages 39-61. At Persée.
Anti, Carlo, Lykios. In: Bullettino della Commissione Archeologica Comunale di Roma, Anno 47 (1919), pages 55-138. P. Maglione & C. Strini, Rome, 1921. At Heidelberg University Digital Library.
Arachne, the central object database of the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut (DAI, German Archaeological Institute) and the Archäologisches Institut der Universität zu Köln (Archaeological Institute of the University of Cologne). The online databse contains a huge number of pages with detailed information about individual ancient artefacts (as well as reproductions), buildings and monuments, many with photos and illustrations, as well as scans of books and periodicals. The majority of the information is reliable, although there are some errors and some entries are outdated. A valuable free resource for researchers.
Arachne website: arachne.uni-koeln.de/drupal/ (in German only)
Athenaeus of Naucratis, The Deipnosophists (Banquet Of The Learned). Translated by Charles Duke Yonge. Henry G. Bohn, London, 1854. At Perseus Digital Library.
Not all books of the translation of Athenaeus' work are online, and links to some individual chapters are a little haphazard. Two Greek editions are also available at Perseus. The Loeb Classical Library edition in Greek and English is online at the Internet Archive (see below). Some books of the English translation from the Loeb Classical Library edition are also on Bill Thayer's LacusCurtius website (see below).
Athenaeus of Naucratis, The Deipnosophists, translated by C. D. Yonge, Volume 1 (of 3). Henry G. Bohn, London, 1854. At Project Gutenberg.
See also the note about Athenaeus on Ephesus gallery 1, page 22.
Attanasio, D., Bruno, M., Prochaska, W., Yavuz, A. B., Ancient 'black' decorative stones and the Ephesian origin of sculptural bigio antico. Archaeometry 59, 5 (2017), pages 794-814. PDF available at Wiley Online Library.
Austin, C. and Bastianini, G. (editors), Posidippi Pellaei quae supersunt omnia. LED Edizioni Universitarie, Milan, 2002.
Barracco, Giovanni, Catalogo del Museo di scultura antica. Fondazione Barracco. Forzani E. C. Tipografi del Senato, Rome, 1910. Illustrated catalogue of sculpture in the original Barracco Museum, Rome. At the Internet Archive.
The Beazley Archive, at the Classical Art Research Centre (CARC), Ioannou School for Classical and Byzantine Studies, Oxford.
The CARC website includes extensive searchable databases of classical art, including pottery, gems, architectural terracottas and sculptors' signatures.
Bernhardy, Gottfried, Dionysius Periegetes : [Opera omnia] graece et latine, cum vetustis commentariis et interpretationibus. Weidmann, Leipzig, 1828. At the Internet Archive.
British Museum, Collection online at the British Museum website.
A searchable database of the museum's collection, including objects not on display, with photos, detailed descriptions and bibliographic references.
Boardman, John, Athenian black-figure vases: A handbook. Thames and Hudson, London, 1974 (corrected reprint, 1997).
Boardman, John, Greek sculpture, the Archaic period: A handbook. Oxford University Press, 1978.
Boardman, John, Greek art. Thames and Hudson, London, 2012 (4th edition).
Boardman, John (editor), The Oxford history of classical art. Oxford University Press, 1993.
Bothmer, Dietrich von, The Amasis Painter and his world: Vase-painting in sixth-century B.C. Athens. Exhibition catalogue, co-published by J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, California and Thames and Hudson, New York / London, 1985. Free PDF at Getty Publications Virtual Library.
Also, the companion volume to the exhibition catalogue: Papers on the Amasis Painter and his world. Colloquium sponsored by the Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities and symposium sponsored by the J. Paul Getty Museum. J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, California, 1987. Free PDF at Getty Publications Virtual Library.
Émile Bourguet (editor), Fouilles de Delphes, Tome III, Épigraphie. Fascicule 1, Inscriptions de l'entrée du sanctuaire au trésor des Athéniens. E. De Boccard, Paris, 1929.
Fouilles de Delphes, usually abbreviated as FD, is a series of volumes containing the results of the archaeological excavations at Delphi by the École française d’archéologie d’Athènes (French Archaeological School at Athens).
Calder, William M., III, Kalamis Atheniensis? In: Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies, Volume 15, No. 3, pages 271-277. Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, 1974. At Duke University.
Cicero, Marcus Tullius, Brutus (De claris oratibus) and Orator. For information and links see Aetion.
Also: John Selby Watson (translator and editor), Cicero on oratory and orators.
Harper and Brothers, New York, 1860. At the Internet Archive.
Cicero, Tusculan disputations, translated by Charles Duke Yonge. Harper & Brothers, New York, 1888. At the Internet Archve.
Cicero's Tusculan disputations; also Treatises on the nature of the gods, and On the commonwealth. Translated by Charles Duke Yonge. Harper & Brothers, New York, 1877. At Project Gutenberg.
Colonia, Rosina, The Archaeological Museum of Delphi. John Latsis Public Benefit Foundation, Athens, 2006.
Conwell, David H., Connecting a city to the sea: The history of the Athenian Long Walls. Brill, Leiden, 2008.
Corso, Antonio, The art of Praxiteles: The development of Praxiteles' workshop and its cultural tradition until the sculptor's acme (364-1 BC). L'Erma di Bretschneider, Rome, 2004.
Curtis, Gregory, Base Deception, Smithsonian Magazine, October 2003.
David, Ephraim, The oligarchic revolution in Argos 417 B.C., in: L'Antiquité Classique, Année 1986, Tome 55, pages 113-124. At Persée.
Denkers, Katherine, The Philippeion at Olympia: The true image of Philip? MA thesis, McMaster University, Ontario, Canada, 2012.
Deutsches Archäologisches Institut (DAI, German Archaeological Institute). Its website contains information about the institute's activities and events, as well as an object database similar in content to the Archne website (see above).
DAI website: www.dainst.org (in German, some pages also in English)
Dickens, Guy, Catalogue of The Acropolis Museum, Volume I Archaic Sculpture, pages 19-24.
Cambridge University Press, 1912. At the Internet Archive.
Dickens, Guy, Hellenistic sculpture. Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1920. At the Internet Archive.
Dodwell, Edward, A classical and topographical tour through Greece, during the years 1801, 1805, and 1806. 2 volumes). Rodwell and Martin, London, 1819.
Both volumes available online.
At the Internet Archive: Volume 1
At Heidelberg University Digital Library: Volume 1
Dodwell, Edward, Views in Greece. 30 plates (unnumbered), with descriptions in French and English.
Rodwell and Martin, London, 1821. At Heidelberg University Digital Library.
Dunbabin, Katherine M. D., Mosaics of the Greek and Roman world. Cambridge University Press, 1999.
Fowler, Harold N., The statue of Asklepios at Epidauros. The American Journal of Archaeology and of the History of the Fine Arts, Volume 3, No. 1/2 (June 1887), pages 32-37. At jstor.
Fränkel, Max (editor), Altertümer von Pergamon, Band VIII, Die Inschriften von Pergamon, I: Bis zum Ende der Königszeit. W. Spemann, Berlin, 1890. At Heidelberg University Digital Library.
Fränkel, Max (editor), Altertümer von Pergamon, Band VIII, Die Inschriften von Pergamon, 2: Römische Zeit - Inschriften auf Thon. W. Spemann, Berlin, 1895. At Heidelberg University Digital Library.
Furtwängler, Adolf, Beschreibung der Vasensammlung im Antiquarium, Erster Band. Königliche Museen zu Berlin. W. Spemann, Berlin, 1885. At the Internet Archive.
Furtwängler, Adolf, Meisterwerke der griechischen Plastik. Giesecke & Devrient, Leipzig / Berlin, 1893. At Heidelberg University Digital Library.
The English translation: Furtwängler, Adolf, Masterpieces of Greek sculpture, edited by Eugénie Sellers (Strong). William Heinemann, London, 1895. At the Internet Archive.
Gardner, Ernest Arthur, Ancient Athens. Macmillan, 1907. At the Internet Archive.
Garstad, Benjamin, The Tyche sacrifices in John Malalas: Virgin sacrifice and fourth-century polemical history. Illinois Classical Studies 30 (2005), pages 83-136. At academia.edu.
Gellius, Aulus, Attic Nights (Noctes Atticae)
Giovagnorio, Francesca, Dedications for the Hero Ptoios in Akraiphia, Boeotia, Rosetta journal, Issue 22, Spring 2018, pages 18-39. PDF at the Department of Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology, University of Birmingham, UK.
The Greek Anthology, Volume 5 (of 5). In Greek with an English translation by William Roger Paton. William Heinemann, London; G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, 1925. At the Internet Archive.
Green, Peter, A concise history of ancient Greece. Thames and Hudson, London, 1973.
Gutenberg, Project. Project Gutenberg is one of the oldest and best online resources for a wide range of digitalized public domain books and publications. Its pages and texts are clearly laid out, with solid, simple designs. Unfortunately, due to a dispute over copyright with a German publishing company, the website is currently (2019) blocked for users in Germany.
Habicht, Michael E., Athena Hope und Athena Albani-Farnese. Zwei Schwestern-Statuen? (2002). At academia.edu.
Hammond, N. G. L., A history of Greece to 322 BC. Oxford University Press, 1959.
Helbig, Wolfgang, Guide to the public collections of classical antiquities in Rome, Volume 1, The sculptures at the Vatican, the Capitoline museum, the Lateran museum. Translated from German by James Fullarton Muirhead and Findlay Muirhead. Karl Baedecker, Leipzig, 1895. At the Internet Archive.
Herodotus, Histories see the Herodotus page
Hekler, Anton, Die Bildniskunst der Griechen und Römer. Julius Hoffmann, Stuttgart, 1912. At the Internet Archive.
English edition: Anton Hekler, Greek and Roman portraits. G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, 1912.
At the Internet Archive.
Hesperia, the journal of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens (ASCSA).
Articles on a wide range of archaeological, historical and epigraphical subjects, particularly strong on the excavations of the Ancient Agora of Athens which are organized by ASCSA. Older issues and articles used to be avaiable free from the ASCSA website, but many have now been moved to the jstor.org website where there is a charge to read most articles.
Heydemann, Heinrich, Vase caputi mit Theaterdarstellungen. Hallisches Winckelmannsprogramm, Band 9. Max Niemeyer, Halle/Saale, 1884. At Heidelberg University Digital Library.
Hoyt, Sue Allen, Masters, pupils and multiple images in Greek red-figure vase painting. Dissertation, Ohio State University, 2006. At OhioLink, Ohio Department of Higher Education.
Hurschmann, Rolf, Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum, Deutschland, Band 76, Dresden, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Skulpturensammlung, Band 1. With a contribution by Kordelia Knoll. Munich, 2003.
Hurwit, Jeffrey M., Artists and signatures in ancient Greece. Cambridge University Press, 2015.
The Internet Archive, a free digital library of printed (scanned) and electronic publications (including old websites), as well as other cultural artefacts, including images, films and sound files. Its collection of scanned books and periodicals in several languages and several electronic formats is particularly good.
As with other websites containing scanned publications, in some of the text-only versions, particularly those printed in unusual typefaces (e.g. Fraktur and other older fonts) or non-Latin scripts (e.g. Greek), the text has been mangled by the scanning OCR (Optical Character Recognition) software and is unreadable. This is one reason why Bill Thayer (see below) types the contents of publications himself for his LacusCurtius website.
Jeffery, Lilian Hamilton, Lykios son of Myron: the epigraphic evidence. In: Στήλη Τόμος Εις Μνήμην Νικολάου Κοντολέοντος, pages 51-54. 1971.
Jex-Blake, Katherine and Sellers, Eugenie, The elder Pliny's chapters on the history of art. Translation by K. Jex-Blake, with commentary and historical introduction by E. Sellers and additional notes contributed by Dr. Heinrich Ludwig Urlichs. Macmillan & Co., London, 1896.
Kaltsas, Nikolaos, The National Archaeological Museum. A volume of the "Museums Cycle" book series. John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation and EFG Eurobank Ergasias S.A., Athens, 2007.
Karapanagiotou, Anna Vasiliki, Archaeological Museum of Tegea. Ephorate of Antiquities of Arcadia. Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports, Athens, 2017.
Keesling, Catherine M., Endoios's painting from the Themistoklean Wall: A reconstruction. Hesperia, Volume 68, No. 4 (October - December 1999), pages 509-548. American School of Classical Studies at Athens.
Keyser, Paul T., and Irby-Massie, Georgia L., Encyclopedia of ancient natural scientists: The Greek tradition and its many heirs. Routledge, 2008.
Kousser, Rachel, Creating the past: The Vénus de Milo and the Hellenistic reception of Classical Greece. In: American Journal of Archaeology 109 (2005), pages 227-250.
Loewy, Emanuel, Inschriften griechischer Bildhauer (Inscriptions of Greek sculptors). B. G. Teubner, Leipzig, 1885. At Heidelberg University Digital Library.
Also at the Internet Archive: archive.org/details/inschriftengriec00loewuoft
Lucian of Samosata, A portrait study (Greek, Εἰκόνες; Latin, Imagines)
In Greek: Lucian, Imagines, at Perseus Digital Library.
In English: Lucian, A portrait study. In: The works of Lucian of Samosata, Volume 3 (of 4), translated by H. W. Fowler and F. G. Fowler (following the text of Jacobitz, Teubner, 1901). Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1905. At Project Gutenberg.
Also at: A Portrait-Study. In: The Works of Lucian of Samosata. The same edition at ebooks at the University of Adelaide.
Lucian of Samosata, The lover of lies (also known as The liar or The doubter; Greek, Φιλοψευδής ἢ Ἀπιστῶν; Latin, Philopseudes sive Incredulus). In: A. M. Harmon (translator), Lucian Volume 3 (of 8). The Loeb Classical Library edition in Greek and English. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass., and William Heinemann, London, 1960.
Lucian of Samosata, The way to write history (Greek, Πῶς δεῖ Ἱστορίαν συγγράφειν; Latin, Quomodo Historia conscribenda sit). In: The Works of Lucian of Samosata Volume 2 (of 4), translated by H. W. Fowler and F. G. Fowler. The Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1905.
Lucian (complete works). Loeb Classical Library edition in 8 volumes. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, and William Heinemann, London, 1967.
Mach, Edmund von, A handbook of Greek and Roman sculpture. Bureau of University Travel, Boston, 1914.
Marcellinus, Ammianus, The Roman History of Ammianus Marcellinus. Translated by C. G. Yonge. G. Bell & Sons Ltd, London, 1911. At Project Gutenberg (the entire book on a single webpage).
Macridy, Theodor (Theodor Makridi Bey, Θεόδωρος Μακρίδης), Un Hieron d'Artemis Polo à Thasos. Fouilles du Musée Impérial Ottoman. In: Jahrbuch des kaiserlich Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts (JDI), Band 27, pages 1-19. Georg Reimer, Berlin, 1912. At Heidelberg University Digital Library.
Marx, Patricia A., Acropolis 625 (Endoios Athena) and the rediscovery of its findspot. Hesperia, Volume 70, No. 2 (April - June 2001), pages 221-254. The American School of Classical Studies at Athens (ASCSA). At jstor.org.
Massaro, Vin, Herodotos' account of the Battle of Marathon and the picture in the Stoa Poikile, in L'Antiquité Classique, Tome 47, fasc. 2, 1978, pages 458-475. Brussels, 1978. At Persée.
Meeus, Alexander, The career of Sostratos of Knidos: politics, diplomacy and the Alexandrian building programme in the early Hellenistic period. In: Timothy Howe, E. Edward Garvin and Graham Wrightson (editors), Greece, Macedon and Persia: Studies in social, political and military history in honour of Waldemar Heckel. Oxbow Books, Oxford and Philadelphia, 2015.
Mendel, Gustave, Musées impériaux ottomans: Catalogue des sculptures grecques, romaines et byzantines, Tome premiere. (Mendel, Catalogue of Greek, Roman and Byzantine sculpture in the Istanbul Archaeological Museum, Volume I). Constantinople, 1912. At the Internet Archive.
Michaelis, Adolf, A century of archaeological discoveries. John Murray, London, 1908. At the Internet Archive.
Morgan, Charles Hill, Pheidias and Olympia. In: Hesperia, Volume 21 (1952), Issue 4, Pages 295-339. At jstor.org.
Murray, Alexander Stuart, A history of Greek sculpture, Volume 1. John Murray, London, 1890. At the Internet Archive.
Olympia, Greece. The results and finds of the German archaeological exavations at Olympia in the 19th century were published in a number of volumes:
See: Ernst Curtius and Friedrich Adler (editors), Olympia: die Ergebnisse der von dem Deutschen Reich veranstalteten Ausgrabung (Olympia: the results of the excavations organized by the German Reich). All volumes online and available as PDFs at Heidelberg University Digital Library.
Particularly Volume 5, text with drawings of inscriptions: Wilhelm Dittenberger and Karl Purgold, Textband 5: Die Inschriften von Olympia. A. Ascher & Co., Berlin, 1896. At Heidelberg University Digital Library.
Also online at the Internet Archive.
Overbeck, Johannes Adolph, Die antiken Schriftquellen zur Geschichte der bildenden Künste bei den Griechen (The ancient manuscript sources on the history of Greek visual arts). Wilhelm Engelmann, Leipzig, 1868. At the Internet Archive.
The Packard Humanities Institute, Los Altos, California. Its website contains searchable databases of Greek and Latin inscriptions and classical Latin Texts.
epigraphy.packhum.org Classical Latin Texts: latin.packhum.org
Palagia, Olga, Euphranor. Brill, Leiden, 1980.
Palagia, Olga, Sculptures from the Peloponnese in the Roman Imperial period. In: A. D. Rizakis and Cl. E. Lepenioti (editors), Roman Peloponnese III. Society, economy and culture under the Roman Empire: continuity and innovation, pages 432-445. Institute for Greek and Roman Antiquity, The National Hellenic Research Foundation, Athens, 2010.
Pausanias, Description of Greece see the Pausanias page
J. G. Frazer, Pausanias's Description of Greece, translated with a commentary.
Friedrich Imhoof-Blumer and Percy Gardner, A numismatic commentary on Pausanias.
6 Volumes. Macmillan and Co., London, 1898. At the Internet Archive.
Comprehensive notes and commentary on Pausanias' text, including references to what
was at the time the latest historical, geographical and archaeological scholarship.
Richard Clay and Sons, London and Bungay, 1887. At the Internet Archive.
Perdrizet, Paul, Inscriptions d'Acraephiae, a series of articles on the inscriptions found at Akraiphia, Boeotia, published in Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique (BCH), including:
Inscriptions d'Acraephiae, BCH, Année 1898, 22, pages 241-260;
Inscriptions d'Acraephiae, BCH, Année 1900, 24, page 70-81.
All articles in the series available online at Persée, www.persee.fr.
Perseus Digital Library Project, dealing mostly with the history, literature and culture of the Greco-Roman world. The website contains a free online database of ancient Greek and Latin texts and translations, as well as sections on art and archaeology.
Petronius (Gaius Petronius Arbiter or Titus Petronius Arbiter), Satyricon
Pliny the Elder, Natural history see the Pliny the Elder page
Pliny the Younger, Epistulae (Letters). English translation by John Benjamin Firth.Walter Scott, London, 1900. Based on the Latin text edited by Heinrich Keil: C. Plini Caecili Secundi, Epistularum, libri novem, epistularum ad traianum liber, panegyricus. B. G. Teubner, Leipzig, 1865.
Plutarch, Parallel lives and Moralia
The Parallel lives (Loeb Classical Library edition, 1914). At Bill Thayer's LacusCurtius.
Shilleto, Arthur Richard (translator), Plutarch's Morals. George Bell and Sons, London, 1898.
Goodwin, William W. (editor), Plutarch’s Morals, Volume 4 (of 5).
Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1878. At the Online Library of Liberty.
Pollitt, Jerome Jordan, The art of ancient Greece: sources and documents. Cambridge University Press, 1990. At Google Books.
Polybios, Histories, Volume 1 and Volume 2 (of 2), translated by Evelyn Shirley Shuckburgh. Macmillan and Co., London and New York, 1889. At the Internet Archive.
Pottier, Edmond, Douris and the painters of Greek vases, translated by Bettina Kahnweiler, with a preface by Jane Ellen Harrison. John Murray, London, 1909. At the Internet Archive.
Poulsen, Frederik, Delphi, translated by G. C. Richards, with a preface by Percy Gardner. Gyldendal, London, 1920. At the Internet Archive.
Powell, Anton (editor), The Greek world. Routledge, London and New York, 1995.
Preuner, Hermann Erich, Ein delphisches Weihgeschenk. Doctoral dissertation, Kaiser Wilhelms-Universität Strassburg, 1899. Universitäts-Buchdruckerei von Carl Georgi, Bonn, 1899. At the Internet Archive.
Quintilian (Marcus Fabius Quintilianus, circa 35-100 AD), Institutio Oratoria (Institutes of Oratory), published around 95 AD. English translation by Harold Edgeworth Butler. The Loeb Classical Library edition. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass., and William Heinemann, London, 1922. At Perseus Digital Library.
Raubitschek, Antony E., with the collaboration of Lilian H. Jeffery, Dedications from the Athenian Akropolis: A catalogue of the inscriptions of the sixth and fifth centuries B.C. (usually abbreviated as DAA). Archaeological Institute of America, Cambridge, Mass., 1949. Links to the online edition at the Hathi Trust website.
Reinach, Salomon, Passage de Pline relatif à la Vénus de Polycharmus. In: Comptes rendus des séances de l'Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres, 50e année, No. 5, 1906, page 306. At Persée.
Richter, Gisela M. A., The Menon Painter = Psiax. American Journal of Archaeology, Volume 38, No. 4 (October - December 1934), pages 547-554. At jstor.
Robinson, David M., Gorham Phillips Stevens and Eugene Vanderpool, An Inscribed Kouros Base. In: Hesperia Supplements, Volume 8, Commemorative Studies in Honor of Theodore Leslie Shear, pages 361-364 and plate 48 (page 484). The American School of Classical Studies at Athens (ASCSA), 1949. At jstor.org.
Saatsoglou-Paliadele, Chrysoula, ΝΑΩΝ ΕΥΣΤΥΛΩΝ: A fragmentary inscription of the Classical period from Vergina. In: E. Voutyras (editor), Inscriptions of Macedonia, Third International Symposium on Macedonia, Thessaloniki, 8-12 December 1993, pages 101-102. Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 1996.
Sealey, Raphael, A history of the Greek city states 700-338 BC. University of California Press, 1976.
Sezgin, Yusuf and Aybek, Serdar, A group of portrait statues from the Bouleuterion of Aigia: A preliminary report. In: Ralf von den Hoff, Francois Queyrel, Eric Perrin-Samindayar (editors), Eikones: Portrais en contexte. Recherches sur les portrais grecs du Ve au Ier s. av. J.-C., pages 17-43. Osanna Edizioni, Venosa, 2016. At academia.edu.
Shear, Ione Mylonas, Kallikrates. Hesperia, Volume 32, No. 4 (October - December 1963), pages 375-424, plates 86-91. American School of Classical Studies at Athens (ASCSA). At jstor.org.
Julius Sillig, Dictionary of the artists of antiquity, translated into English by Rev. H. W. Williams. Includes Pliny the Elder, Natural History, Books 34-36 (those dealing with art) in Latin, and four indexes. Black and Armstrong, London, 1837.
Stais, Valerios and Wolters, Paul, Amphora aus Athen. In: Antike Denkmäler Band I, pages 46-48 and plate 57. Kaiserlich Deutsches Archäologisches Institut. Verlag von Georg Reimer, Berlin, 1891. At Heidelberg University Digital Library.
Stewart, Andrew, Faces of Power: Alexander's Image and Hellenistic Politics. University of California Press, 1993.
Stewart, Andrew, One hundred Greek sculptors, their careers and extant works. At Perseus Digital Library.
Stoa Consortium for Electronic Publication in the Humanities. Its webite contains a wide range of research resources, including information concerning works by ancient authors and inscriptions. It is also the home of the vast Suda On Line project.
Strabo, Geography see the Strabo page
Strocka, Volker Michael, Der Apollon des Kanachos in Didyma und der Beginn des strengen Stils. In: Jahrbuch des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Band 117 (2002), pages 81-135 with illustrations. Walter de Gruyter, 2003. At Universitätsbibliothek Freiburg.
Suidas Suda On Line: stoa.org/sol/
Svoronos, Ioannis N., Das Athener Nationalmuseum, German edition by W. Barth. Elefthouradakis, Athens, 1908.
Tatian (Τατιανός; Latin, Tatianus; also known as Tatian of Adiabene, Tatian the Syrian or Tatian the Assyrian), Address to the Greeks (Oratio ad Graecos), translated by Benjamin Plummer Pratten, with additional notes by Jonathon Edwards Ryland. In: Alexander Roberts and James Donaldson (editors), Ante-Nicene, Christian Library: Translations of the writings of the Fathers down to A.D. 325, Volume III. T. and T. Clark, Edinburgh, 1867. At Early Christian Writings.
Thayer, Bill, LacusCurtius website, University of Chicago. A large website dealing with Roman antiquity, including works by ancient authors in Greek and Latin, as well as translations. Also photos of Roman and Etruscan cities and monuments, and more...
Bill Thayer's homepage: penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/home.html
Thucydides, History of the Peloponnesian War see the Thucydides page
Trendall, Arthur Dale (1909-1995), Red figure vases of South Italy and Sicily: A handbook. Thames and Hudson, London, 1989.
Vitruvius, Ten books on architecture (De Architectura, On Architecture) see the Vitruvius page
White, John Williams, The scholia on the Aves of Aristophanes. Ginn and Company, Boston and London, 1914. At the Internet Archive.