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Classics

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Welcome! The study of Classics consists of a vast interdisciplinary body of scholarship that includes history, archaeology, art, language, literature, science, religion, politics and philosophy.

This is a guide of selective sources to help you conduct research in Classics. The guide will direct you to recommended databases, reference tools, and online and print resources for Classics. Many classical studies resources have moved online, enabling researchers to gain access to key primary source texts and digital images.

Use the tabs on the left to navigate through the various resources. 

 

Nine Muses, By Unknown - Jastrow (2006), Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=674783

The nine muses on a Roman sarcophagus (second century AD)—Louvre, Paris

 

 

 

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Please contact me to arrange an appointment: Michele Chittenden, Classics Liaison Librarian.