A very large number of Greek texts and some Roman, as well as plentiful images, a directory of archaeological sites and many other things are available at Perseus (TUFTS) or the Berlin mirror-site at Perseus (Berlin) The TUFTS site now has a very good search engine. You can search the whole text of Pausanias, say, for 'Sacrifice': Perseus Search
- John Porter’s Food Course website
- Sue Alcock’s Food Course web-site
- And her very large and comprehensive bibliography
There are also useful sites on Gods whose sphere relates to Food and Drink: Dionysus, Demeter and Eleusis
- The Ecole Initiative web-site on the Mysteries, or Evansville
- An Introduction to Dionysus from Beloit College
And on Ancient Medicine:
- Introductory essay on some basic issues of rationality, a health-system etc.
- More, useful essays on Greek medicine including...
- Illness of Maidens, very interesting passage, note especially the reference to Brauron and dedications to Artemis of clothing
- On influence of pre-Socratics
- On Asclepius' healing-cults
- On Hippocratic Epidemics, not the same as what we call 'epidemics', interestingly.
Historical Collections - Antiqua Medicina: From Homer to Vesalius excellent on-line exhibition from Universty of Virginia. Don't miss, among many other things....
Week 4: Halstead, P., 'Traditional and ancient rural economy in Mediterranean Europe: plus ça change?' Journal of Hellenic Studies 107 (1987): 77-87 - JSTOR