CLASSICS 320: The Greeks (Fall 2020) : Background Info
Find Background Info: Use Reference Sources
Reference sources such as encyclopedias and dictionaries can be useful for background information or an overview of a topic, definitions of specialized terminology, verification of historical facts, biographical information, and identification of references to other sources through bibliographies. In the boxes below are some examples of reference sources in the Libraries' collections.
The list below shows the call number ranges for the history and literature of Ancient Greece. You can browse these areas on Memorial Library's second floor, South Stacks, or the Greek and Latin Reading Room (Room 424), for print reference sources.
- D 51-90 - Ancient History
- DE - History of the Greco-Roman World
- DF 10-289 - History of Ancient Greece.
- PA - Classical Philology, Greek, Roman, Classical Literature
Selected Classical Studies Reference Sources
Below is a list of selected Classical Studies reference sources. The title link goes to the Library Catalog record for the source. Some of these sources on print only, some are online only, and some are online and in print. Also see Online Reference Collections for the ability to search across some of these sources.