Over the years, the Internet Classics Archive has
benefited from the assistance of many individuals and organizations,
not the least of whom are the regular patrons of the site. A select
few individuals and organizations are listed below who have
contributed significantly to the site.
- Jon Lendon
- Professor Lendon, formerly of MIT and currently at the University
of Virginia, taught several introductory Greek and Roman history
classes at MIT. His exciting and informative classes were the
intellectual inspiration for this archive. He has also lent advice
from time to time on the site. He recently published a book about
Roman imperial government,
Empire of Honour.
- MIT Program in Writing and Humanistic Studies
- Professor Jim Paradis, director of the MIT Program in Writing and
Humanistic Studies, has generously agreed to host the Internet
Classics Archive on the program's network.
- Tom Grayson,
Mike Shiffer, and the Pennsylvania
State University Maps and Data Center
- Shiffer and Grayson, of the MIT Computer Resource
Laboratory, provided assistance using GIS software for the map
facility. The map data was provided by PSU's excellent
Digital Chart of the World site.
- James Fieser's
Encyclopedia of Philosophy (University of Tenessee, Martin)
- Dr. Fieser's excellent resource is the electronic source for the texts
by Epicurus, as well as The Enchiridion by Epictetus.
- Kevin Fu
- During the time that the Internet Classics Archive was hosted on
the webatomics.com site, MIT student Kevin Fu graciously provided for
URL redirection from the classics.mit.edu address.