Parsed Greek and Latin texts for readers.

View the Project on GitHub Furman-University-Editions/Readers

HTML Reader Pages

To actually read the texts in your web-browser, please go to the io page.

A very good site for reading pages, similar to these but better in almost every respect, please see In Usum, developed by Dr. Randall Childree of Furman University. His versions of the Iliad are both complete, and significantly better than the ones linked below!


Let’s Read Together: A small but growing list of videos in which students of ancient languages read Greek and Latin together.

Reading Pages

Below are links to stand-alone HTML pages that offer Greek and Latin texts with morphological and lexical hints.

These are generated using the CITE Architecture and the Perseus Morphology Service. Because this is an automated process, the parsing and linking to the lexicon is necessarily imperfect.

Readers might find more help from consulting the online LSJ Greek Lexicon and the online Lewis & Short Latin Dictionary.

Sophocles Oedipus Tyrannos

Reading pages with lexicography, morphology, and syntax.


New Testament (in progress)

(Some of) The Homeric Hymns

To Demeter

To Hermes

To Aphrodite

Thucydides, Books 1 and 2

Marcus Aurelius, Ad Se Ipsum

(Pages are in progress and will be added incrementally.)

Epictetus, Encheiridion

Apuleius, Metamorphoses

Homer, Iliad

Aristotle, Poetics



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