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The following databases are available as trials for a limited time. Check back often to discover new resources as they become available.

Last Updated: Feb 27, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates
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The Digital Loeb Classical Library

The Loeb Classical Library from Harvard University Press has gone digital! 

Trial access to the The Digital Loeb Classical Library is available to Loyola/Notre Dame Library patrons from 2/27/2015 to 4/26/2015.

Click here to access The Digital Loeb Classical Library.

After you explore the Digital Loeb Classical Library, please click here to complete a brief suvey to let the library know what you think.   



The Loeb Digital Library presents over 520 volumes of Latin, Greek, and English texts in digital form allowing readers to browse, search, bookmark, annotate, and share content.  An interconnected, fully searchable, perpetually growing, virtual library of Greek and Latin literature, The Digital Loeb includes accurate English translations of epic and lyric poetry; tragedy and comedy; history, travel, philosophy, and oratory and other documents of Greek and Latin Classical importance.

Key features:

* All Loeb volumes in print, including biannual editions

* Toggle between single and dual language reading modes

* Search across the full library in English, Latin, and Greek

* Bookmark, organize, and annotate in a personal workspace

*Share notes and reading lists with other users



After you use the trial, please let us know what you think!

Fill out a brief survey on the Loeb Digital Classical Library here

You are also welcome to send comments to AcqLib@Loyola.Edu (the library's acquisitions department). 


For Faculty

To request a database purchase or trial, please contact Anna D'Agostino, Electronic Resources Librarain: (410) 617-6844 or Please address the following considerations:

  • Will the database be used by both faculty and students, or is it primarily for teaching and research?
  • What is the value of the database to the entire department?
  • Does the database meet any cross-departmental or co-curricular needs? In other words, does it have interdisciplinary impact?
  • Would the database meet the needs of classes taught every semester and/or research conducted year-round, or are the needs less frequent?

Thank you!


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