James Loeb founded the Loeb Classical Library in 1911 with two goals in mind: First, to make the work of classical authors accessible to as many readers as possible—regardless of their knowledge of Greek or Latin—so they could profit from the wisdom of the ancients that had enriched his life so much; secondly, to offer the best of Anglo-American classical scholarship.
Grove Art features entries on artists, architects, craftsmen, patrons, movements, locations, and periods, as well as bibliographies for further research and thousands of searchable images made available through Oxford’s partnerships with museums, galleries, and other outstanding arts organizations.
Multivolume encycolpedia cataloguing representations of mythology in the plastic arts of classical antiquity.
Note: Descriptions may be in English, German or French.
v. 1. Aara-Aphlad
v. 2. Aphrodisías-Athenas
v. 3. Atherion-Eros
v. 4. Eros-Herakles
v. 5. Herakles-Kenchrias
v. 6. Kentauroi et Kentaurides-Oiax
v. 7. Oidipous-Theseus
v. 8. Thespiades-Zodiacus
Indices (2 v. )
Suppl. 2009. Abellio-Zeus (2 v. ).