On the website of the classics scholar Andreas U. Schmidhauser there is a page on Apollonius Dyscolus, containing an introduction, a complete bibliography, works (in Greek) to download including the 1495 Aldina edition of Apollonius's Syntax and a list of Apollonius scholars. Apollonius was an influential Greek author of the second century AD, considered to be the founding father of European reflection on language. He wrote texts on morphology, syntax, prosody, semantics, orthography, and dialectology. The bibliography consists of around 340 items arranged alphabetically. Its compiler claims comprehensiveness for works written in English, French, German, Italian, or Latin. Review articles in the bibliography are hyperlinked to the entry they describe. The Aldina edition of the syntax is a very large file (17MB). The text is in Greek. The bibliography is not at present searchable, although it is possible to restrict the display to editions of Apollonius's works, or to translations of his primary texts. There is the option to subscribe to bibliography updates through an RSS feed.
The Henry Sweet Society for the History of Linguistic Ideas encourages and promotes the study of the history of linguistic thought, including non-European traditions. The society was founded in 1984 and promotes its aims by publishing a biannual Bulletin; by arranging meetings, at least once a year; maintaining a collection of books and articles relevant to the subject; and publishing the series Henry Sweet Society Studies in the History of Linguistics. The website contains information about the society; information about the annual colloquium; links to the Bulletin; and links to related organisations. In addition a number of back issues of the Bulletin are available as PDF-files. The Bulletin was about to become a fully peer-reviewed journal with the title, Language and History, published by Maney Publishing, at the time of review. This site may be a starting point for anyone interested in the history and development of linguistic ideas.
Linguistik Online is a peer reviewed e-journal for linguistics, published by the University of Bern, founded in cooperation with the Europa Universitšt Viadrina in Frankfurt an der Oder (Germany). It covers discourse analysis; history of language; language acquisition; history of linguistics; theoretical linguistics; morphology; syntax; pragmatics; semantics; sociolinguistics. 2-5 issues a year have been published since 1998. Articles are mainly in German or English, some are in French or Spanish. The introduction to the journal is in four languages (German, English, Frech, Spanish).