Ancient Lives is a collaboration between a diverse collection of Oxford Papyrologists and Researchers, The Imaging Papyri Project, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri Project, the Egypt Exploration Society and the following institutions.
The papyri belong to the Egypt Exploration Society and their texts will eventually be published and numbered in Society's Greco-Roman Memoirs series in the volumes entitled The Oxyrhynchus Papyri.
The LGGA (Lessico dei Grammatici Greci Antichi) means to provide an online reference tool for scholars of Greek-Latin Antiquity, especially for studies on the history of ancient philology, grammar and scholarship.
The contents consist of files on the personalities who variously contributed to erudite and philological-grammatical research in ancient world, alphabetically ordered by Latin name.
The catalogue includes now a total of 565 grammarians. Files are made available progressively, as soon as work on a file is completed and can be downloaded in pdf format. To access this free service you have just to sign in with your e-mail address when the relevant window appears.
The preparation of the pdf files entails a polishing and completion work on the entries of the lexicon. The files concerning some particularly important grammarians, that call for a more extended and complex encyclopedic entry, are made available for download as they are filled in just with the updated bibliography, while the general discussion and possible texts will be added on in a second time. This handling has been chosen for Aelius  Herodianus, Apollonius  Dyscolus, Aristarchus, Aristophanes, Didymus, Eratosthenes, Galenus, Iulius  Pollux, Zenodotus.
From July 2007 the Lessico dei Grammatici Greci Antichi has adopted a peer review policy, which consists in submitting each entry to at least two external reviewers before publication.
Papyri.info is dedicated to the study of ancient papyrological documents. It offers links to papyrological resources, a customized search engine (called the Papyrological Navigator) capable of retrieving information from multiple related collections, and an editing application, the Papyrological Editor, which contributors can use to suggest emendations to PN texts.
Some of the terms used by papyrologists can be obscure, and since many of them are Greek or Latin terms, they can be difficult to remember. If you are in doubt about the meaning or usage of a particular term, hopefully you will find it here. This listing is by no means complete, but covers some of the more common terms which may be foreign to beginners. UMich Library.
Pinakes lists the manuscripts of Greek works written prior to A.D. 1600, for the most part recorded in printed catalogues of manuscripts.
The records focus on the content of each manuscript (authors and works). Dates are given according to catalogues. Basic codicological and paleographical
information is provided only insofar as it is related to the texts.