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Greek and Roman Studies

Finding Articles for Greek and Roman Studies

Key  databases for locating journal articles in the area of Greek and Roman Studies are:

Other useful free resources include:

General:

Archaeology:

Law

  • DRoits ANTiques  (DRANT)-  this bibliography database lists works on ancient law and related areas inlcuding numismatics archaeology and religion.   Produced by the Center for the Documentation of Ancient Law this database includes over 55,000 references

Medicine/Science:

Sports:

 

NOTE: Many of the relevant subject databases can be useful in identifying articles on your topic:

Architecture -  Avery Index

Literature -  Literature Online (LION)  and Literature Resource Center   provide literary criticism and reviews on writers from all time periods

Medicine -  Medline

Philosophy -  Philosophers' Index

Religion -  ATLA Religion Database

Sports -   Sport Discus

Google Scholar and the Library search box are also good sources for locating articles, especially for interdisciplinary topics.

Can't find the book or article in the library collection?

Submit an interlibrary loan request.  There is no charge to you for this service.  Articles arrive in digital form usually within a day or so. Books can take weeks/months depending on where we need to borrow them.