Citing sources is an important part of your research as it documents what sources you have used in writing your paper, gives credit to the author's work, and gives the information needed to identify and retrieve the cited sources.
This course uses the Chicago Manual of Style. Please go to the Chicago Manual of Style Online to consult the style guide.
Citation Management tools allow a user to collect, organize and retrieve citations and insert properly formatted footnotes or citations into a paper. These tools also create a formatted bibliography using one's preferred citation style.
There are many different citation mangers available including: Zotero, EndNote, and Mendeley.
For more detailed information please consult the LibGuide, Citing and Citation Managers.
For a quick introduction and overview to citing and citation managers, the library has created the following video:
Citing and Citation Management: Tips and Tricks from Queen's University Library.
The Oxford Classical Dictionary, 4th edition has an Abbreviations List.
L'année Philologique has a downloadable PDF list of journal abbreviations which will assist you to identify abbreviations in bibliographies.