- Summary of Apollodorus' Library
The Perseus Project, Tufts University. This electronic version of Apllodorus' classic mythology handbook is well-organized and easy to browse for specific content. The table of contents is linked to Frazer's concise commentary, which in turn is lin
ked to the original text itself.
- 18th-Century Translation of the Metamorphoses
Virginia Tech. This is a text-only version of the Dryden, Pope, Addison, and Congreve translation.
- A Latin Version of the Metamorphoses
University of Wisconsin, Madison. A text-only transcription of an 1821 prose version of the Metamorphoses.
- Metamorphoses 3, 316-401: A Hypertext
A hypertext of the Tieresias and Echo/Narcissus episodes. In Latin with grammatical notes.
- Remedia Amoris
By Demetrios Ioannides, Michigan State University Libraries. Only partially annotated, this text of the Remedia Amoris is worth consulting not only for its vocabulary and notes, but for a nice example of how hypertext can look and work.
- The Internet Classics Archive
By Daniel C. Stevenson, Web Atomics. A repository of nearly 400 classical texts in translation.
- The Libellus Project
Konrad Schroder and Owen Ewald, University of Washington. An archive of public-domain Latin and Greek texts. Ovid selections here are limited to the Heroides.