Latin Language Tools
Whitaker’s Words is a parsing tool that can identify Latin words in their various forms, provide the dictionary meaning, and list all possible forms.
Charles Bennett’s A Latin Grammar is available as a PDF download from Textkit.
Duke University’s Collection of Tools of the Trade for the Study of Greek and Latin.
Saint Louis University’s website, “Introductory Latin Materials,” provides a number of aids to learning and reviewing Latin grammar, including a Wheelock vocabulary grid for Chapters 1-20and Chapters 21-40. The vocabulary grid separates words by part of speech.
Greek Language Tools
The Perseus Greek Dictionary Tool allows you to search through several standard Greek dictionaries: the LSJ, the “Middle Liddell,” the Slater (a lexicon for Pindar), and the Autenrieth (a lexicon for Homer).
Herbert Weir Smyth’s A Greek Grammar for Colleges is available as a searchable database on Perseus and as a PDF download from Textkit.
Basil L. Gildersleeve’s Syntax of Classical Greek is available as a searchable database on Perseus.
OKUS is a computer application available for download that allows for easier reading of ancient Greek texts through its color coding capabilities and parsing and vocabulary tools.