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ANCH 119-401 Augustan Cultural Revolution: Overview
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Thinking about Search Terms and Phrases, Synonyms, Dates, Names, or Concepts
Use these terms and subject headings (as well as those you select on your own) when searching for resources in Franklin or other journal and book databases.
Subject Headings (Library of Congress)
Rome History Empire, 30 B.C. - 284 A.D.
Augustus, Emperor of Rome, 63 B.C.-14 A.D.
Emperors -- Rome -- Biography.
Rome -- History -- Augustus, 30 B.C.-14 A.D.
Rome -- Politics and government, 30 B.C.-284 A.D.
Rome--History--Republic, 265 - 30 B.C.
Rome -- History -- Civil War, 43-31 B.C.
Rome -- Histry -- Military
Slaves -- Rome -- History.
Power (Social sciences) -- Rome -- History.
Social status -- Rome -- History.
Roman Provincies -- Administration
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Librarian Specialist for Classical Studies.
Van Pelt 216 stuhrreb @ upenn . edu
Using Citations to Find Resources
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