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The Perseus Project is an evolving digital library of resources for the study of the humanities. Visit our information page for more on who we are and what we do.
The Perseus Project's editor-in-chief is Professor Gregory Crane of the Tufts University Classics Department. The Project is wholly funded by grants and support from various public and private entities. See our home page for further information. Perseus is a non-profit enterprise based in the Classics Department, Tufts University.
If you wish to cite the Olympics Web site in a bibliography, please list it with the URL, and the month and year you accessed it, as in the following example:
The Ancient Olympics: A Special Exhibit of the Perseus Digital Library Project. Ed. Gregory R. Crane. date of last site update (see below). Tufts University. date you accessed the site <http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/Olympics/>.
The date of the last site update for this exhibit is on the home page for the Olympics. (Note that the main Perseus Digital Library is updated daily.)