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ANCH 026 Ancient Greece: Resources for the Term Paper

Begin your research by thinking about terms and synonyms, dates, names, concepts

  • Greece -- Civilization
  • Greek influence
  • Sparta
  • Athens
  • Spartan and Theban Supremacies
  • Greek Langauge
  • literacies
  • Phoenicians
  • Hellenism
  • slaves or slavery
  • helots
  • social conditions
  • laws
  • names of individuals
  • era designations

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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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Likely Call Numbers

    Find your books on the shelves --Van Pelt, Fine Arts, Museum libraries
  • DE 46-DE 70: History of the Greco-Roman world--Antiquities. Civilization. Culture, archaeology
  • DF 10-DF 289: Ancient Greece
  • DF 75-DF 134: History of Greece--Ancient Greece--Antiquities. Civilization. Culture
  • DF 221.5: Troy
  • DF 215 Hellenic History

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

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My Librarian

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Rebecca Stuhr
Contact:
Van Pelt Library 218
215-898-5999

Looking for assistance with your research? Get in touch with your librarian:

Rebecca Stuhr,
Librarian for Classical Studies
stuhrreb @ pobox upenn edu
215-898-5999
Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center, 218

 

 

 

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Ancient Corinth


Old Corinth. The Ruins of Old Corinth. From the Collections
at the Library of Congress

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