Useful links for common abbreviations used in Biblical Studies and Ancient Near Eastern Studies:
- Abbreviations in Classical Archaelogy provided by the University of Toronto.
- The (old?) SBL abbreviations for Biblical Studies, hosted by L. Eslinger at the University of Calgary.
- Biblical Studies abbreviations from Biblical Studies.org.uk.
- Ancient Near Eastern abbreviations maintained by the cdli project.
Fonts and such like
- Hittite Fonts on the website of Portal Hethitologie Portal Mainz (confusingly hosted by Würzburg University)
- Wazu Gallery of Unicode Fonts
- Jack Kilmon's fonts
- The Oxford Expidition to Egypt
- A search engine for Egyptian Ritual Scenes
- The Thesaurus Linguae Aegyptiae
- Trismegistos - collection of papyrological and Epigraphical data on Egypt 800BCE - 800 CE
- The Fitzwilliam Museum's (Cambridge) resources on Egypt
- An online tutorial for students of Religious Studies
- The World Atlas of Languages
- Associations in the Graeco-Roman World
- Harvard's Iranian Studies Teaching Materials
- The website of the Hittite Epigraphic Findings project
- A very helpful list of links by UCLA's library services:
online article databases, etc
- Cairn, the French collection. Provides access to hundreds of online journals, particularly French articles in journals. Only few articles are provided free of charge!
- Online Archive - the amazing repository of freely downloadable pdfs of out-of-copyright books (and more).
- E-rara specialises on 16th century (CE) Swiss prints, but contains more than that.
- The Jewish National and University Library Digitized Book Repository - does what it says on the tin. Very useful.
- Claros semantic web on art
- The Greek-Spanish dictionary (DGE)
- The Propylaeum website; bibliographic data in a variety of disciplines dealing with the ancient world