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Locate core research resources in Classical Studies: Classical civilization as well as ancient Greek and Latin

Abbreviations Help

Works by classical authors and classics journals are often abbreviated
Lists of abbreviations may be found in
The Oxford Classical Dictionary
and
Brill's New Pauly

A comprehensive source is the Dictionary of Bibliographic Abbreviations Found in the Scholarship of Classical Studies and Related Disciplines which is accessible as an e-book through a link in its catalog record

Citation Tools

The online companion to A Writer's Reference provides rules and examples for Chicago, MLA, and APA formats

Refer to the Chicago-Style Citation Quick Guide for additional information

See the Haverford College Department of Classics website for helpful information on citing ancient sources

Copies of The Chicago Manual of Style and the MLA Handbook are available on every floor of the Information Commons and on reserve in Cudahy Library

 

 

 

 

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Online Reference Sources

Start here to discover a topic, define a term, check a name or event, or identify recommended sources.

Reference Universe

Greek-English and Latin-English dictionaries are shelved in the Reference Collection
on the first floor of Cudahy Library at the call numbers PA 445 and PA 2365 respectively

Use Reference Universe to search back-of-the-book indexes and entry titles in our reference collections; link to Pegasus to check location information or link to the entry if it is available online

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