All seven volume’s of Niese’s edition of Josephus’s works are available online. Most are available on Internet Archive in both black-and-white and full color. But, for volumes 2 and 5, one has to go to the black-and-white text only scans on Google Books:
Several of the Loeb series volumes are aggregated on Loebolus:
The Internet Archive has several editions of Liddell-Scott lexica and related texts. Among these are the 8th edition (1897) in color and black-and-white.
For previous LSJ sightings online, see LSJ Online and Donnerstag Digest (March 3, 2011).
The Larger Cambridge Septuagint project, The Old Testament in Greek according to the Text of Codex Vaticanus, had 9 fascicles published from 1909 to 1940. These fascicles are available in full-text PDFs via Internet Archive:
Although the Larger Cambridge series is incomplete and has been superseded by the Göttingen edition, the volumes are still quite valuable and, for the texts they cover, perhaps also much more accessible than the corresponding Göttingen volumes.
The Göttingen series is still very much in progress. But, at this point, if I’m not missing any volumes, it looks like the Göttingen series still lacks the Joshua, Judges, 1–2 Samuel, 1–2 Kings, and 1 Chronicles that the Larger Cambridge edition contains.
The Princeton Theological Seminary Library has open access to several now closed journals, including:
- Biblical Repertory (1825–1829)
- The Biblical Repertory and Theological Review (1830–1836)
- The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review (1837–1871)
- The Presbyterian Quarterly and Princeton Review (1872–1877)
- The Princeton Review (1878–1884)
- The Presbyterian Review (1880–1889)
- The New Princeton Review (1886–1888)
- The Presbyterian and Reformed Review (1890–1902)
- The Princeton Theological Review (1903–1929)
- The Princeton Seminary Bulletin (1907–2010)
- Studies in Reformed Theology and History (1993–2005)
The Internet Archive has full-text PDFs of Alban Butler’s twelve-volume set, Lives of the Fathers, Martyrs, and Other Principal Saints (Thomas Richardson, 1842–46):
The Liddell-Scott-Jones lexicon wiki noted by AWOL has several external links to other LSJ texts available online, including in PDF format.
Google Street view has a dedicated tour of Petra.
Today, the Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts (CSNTM) launched their new and vastly improved website at CSNTM.org.
For details about the reboot see ETC’s post and the CSNTM website.
Chris Stevens has the latest article in the Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism, “John 9.38-39a: A Scribal Interjection for Literary Reinforcement.”