These resources can help you come up with dates, names, additional vocabulary and variant spellings for your research. They can also help you develop a better understanding of your topic or give you ideas for comparisons and contrasts.
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DE contains books for the "Greco-Roman World"
DF contains books for the Greece -- ancient and contemporary
DG contains books for Italy -- ancient and contemporary
HQ for women -- including the ancient world
PA for language and literature of
KL for law (Van Pelt and Biddle)
B for philosophy
JC for politics
** Use Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center, but also the Museum Library and the Fine Arts Library
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To learn more about all of your options, visit a guide that describes EZ Borrow, Borrow Direct, ILL, and more.
Old Corinth. The Ruins of Old Corinth. From the Collections
at the Library of Congress