Pretty cool — read about it here. Here are some excerpts:
The British Library said Monday that it was making more than a quarter of its 1,000 volume-strong collection of handwritten Greek texts available online free of charge, something curators there hope will be a boon to historians, biblical scholars and students of classical Greece alike. . . . “Not every scholar can afford to come here weeks and months on end,” he said. The big attraction of browsing the texts online “is the ability to do it at your own desk whenever you wish to do it and do it for free as well.”
Here is the project’s website.
There are naturally other such archives online. In case you weren’t aware of it, here are some others: