This chapter explores the interdisciplinary vision of the 'Digital Classicist', grounding the discussion with regard to two distinct research projects and current research on disciplinarity and cross-disciplinary team working. Digital Classicists are at the forefront of digital humanities research: using, appropriating, and developing computational tools to aid in the study and exploration of Greco-Roman antiquity. The e-Science and Ancient Documents (eSAD) system will suggest alternative readings to experts as they undertake the complex reading process, aiming to speed the process of understanding a text. Virtual Environments for Research in Archaeology (VERA) aimed to improve the accessibility of the digital excavation records to co-workers, particularly those such as artifact specialists who are not generally physically present on the excavation. Computational technologies can provide the scholar of Greco-Roman culture with an array of tools for creating, searching, manipulating, accessing, analysing and publishing the disparate types of information routinely utilized by the discipline.