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About the Perseus Digital Library

The Perseus Digital Library (sometimes called the Perseus Project) is an online collection of books and resources in English, Greek, Latin, and other languages. The two largest collections on Perseus are the Greek and Roman Materials and 19th-Century American writings. This research guide focuses primarily on the Greek and Roman Materials, which contains both primary resources from the classical world written in Greek and Latin (often accompanied by English translations) and secondary sources written in English. Perseus is free to use and does not require special access from an Emory account. For an overview of the Perseus project, see the following: Lisa M. Cerrato, Robert F. Chavez, Perseus Classics Collection: An Overview


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