The well-known publishing company that since 1911 has published Latin and Greek classics with parallel translation has now been digitized.
“The Loeb Library, with its Greek or Latin on one side of the page and its English on the other, came as a gift of freedom…"
—Virginia Woolf, The Times Literary Supplement, 1917
James Loeb's publishing company has made it their mission to make the classic Latin and Greek literature accessible to a wider public. More than hundred years of publishing has resulted in 521 volumes with the original text in Latin or Classical Greek on the left page and an English translation on the right page.
The Digital Loeb Classical Library - The digital version of this publication - makes everything available online. You can search for individual works or authors, or browse a list. Digitization also allows you to search in both the original text and the English translation. (Beneath the text - see picture.)
You can only print two pages at a time and download is not permitted at all.