I love free mp3 audio of the Classics!
Please visit Dr. David Bradshaw’s homepage which contain some extremely intelligent and useful essays (particular a couple of papers on the term energeia, or, in English, “energies”).
You will not be disappointed.
Take a look. Vol. 5 articles available in pdf format.
Iliad Pronunciation Guide, for the Richmond Lattimore translation
Appearing on my mp3 player (courtesy of the good folks at Librivox.org)
- Aristotle, Poetics (Ingram Bywater translation)
- Homer, The Iliad (Samuel Butler translation)
- Homer, The Odyssey (Butler translation)
- Plato, The Apology (Benjamin Jowett translation)
- Plato, Euthyphro (Jowett translation)
- Plato, Ion (Jowett translation)
- Thucydides, The Peloponnesian War (Richard Crowley translation)
Wanna learn Greek and/or Latin by email, for free? Check out: Latin & Greek Study Groups.
Back in the 1999-2000 timeframe I took part in some Latin email learning. It’s great stuff. I highly recommend it.
The Hellenophilic Ellopos.net site has a webpage devoted to Plato, from which you can access Plato’s Complete Works. They also have a bilingual anthology of portions of Plato’s works which is not only available online but is downloadable. One of the downloads is the entire Greek Timaeus (along with the LXX Genesis and patristic commentary, St. Gregory of Nyssa’s “The Making of Man”). According to the webpage of downloads, the complete works of Plato in Greek are forthcoming.
Try your hand at open-source translating: Eusebius, Chronicle
Some podcasts of classic written works, novels and such: