These resources can help you identify 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.
These databases will also uncover book chapters along with articles in journals
Carthage Quarter Shekel. The obverse may depict Hannibal . . . the reverse one of his war elephants. Wikimedia Commons used under a CC-By-SA 2.0 license
Search the resources listed in columnes one and two of this guide through combining relevant terms--derived from your reading and discussion. A sample of terms are below. "Subject terms" are taken from the Library of Congress Subject Headings used in library catalogs such as Franklin:
Free text or keywords:
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