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Ancient Studies (formerly Classics)

Reference Sources

Use reference books as background sources to get quick facts or information, or an overview of a subject. Some examples of reference sources are: dictionaries, encyclopedias, bibliographies, almanacs, directories, atlases, and handbooks.

Books with REF in the call number are located on the first floor. Books with GEN are on the second or third floors.


Barrington Atlas of the Greek & Roman World                  G  1033 B32 2000 REF

The Cambridge Ancient History                                         D 57 C252 REF

Encyclopedia of the Worlds Ancient Languages               P 371 C357 2004 REF

A Companion to the Classical Greek World                      DF 214 .C58 2006 GEN 

The Oxford Classical Dictionary                                        DE 5 O9 1996 REF 

Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece                                         DF 16 E52 2006 REF

The Oxford Companion to Classical Literature                  PA 31 H69 1989 REF

Voyages in Classical Mythology                                         BL 727 S66 1994 GEN 

Women of Classical Mythology                                          BL 715 B445 1991 GEN 

Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites                        DE 59 P7 REF and DE 59 P7 GEN

The Homer Encyclopedia                                                   PA 4037 A5 H58 2011 REF