Many of us don’t own or have access to print copies of the full range of classical texts, so I thought it would be worth highlighting some online resources for the ancient philosophy scholar. Most readers are probably already aware of the Thesaurus Linguae Graecae collection of Greek texts and the Perseus collection of Greek and Roman materials. You should also take note of Répertoire des sources philosophiques antiques, a source I recently discovered. This site has bibliographic information and links for critical editions, commentaries, and translations into modern languages, covering over 700 ancient authors and 1200 ancient texts. Readers should also note that the Loeb Classical Library, including the excellent new 9 volume edition of the Early Greek philosophers, edited by André Laks and Glenn W. Most, is now available online to subscribing institutions. There are also a number of out of copyright scholarly works that are freely available on the web. For example, the Hathi Trust has a scanned copy of Herman Bonitz’s Index Aristotelicus, as well as many older commentaries on Plato, Aristotle, and other classical authors. Please share your own suggestions for resources, especially ones available to all.