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This guide will provide you with resources with which to learn about the broad area of classical civilizations.
On this page, you will find databases listing articles on classical topics, a link to the Library Catalog, as well as alink to the Thesaurus linguae Graecae, a large collection of ancient texts.
The E-Encyclopedias tab takes you a number of electronic dictionaries and encyclopedias, an excellent place to begin research on a topic new to you.
The MLA tab will show you how to format your reference list using the style guidelines of the Modern Language Association.
TOCS-IN (Tables of Contents of Journals of Interest to Classicists)
This is a database which now covers almost half a million publications in the fields of Ancient History, Archaeology and Philology, including a thesaurus and search engine that allows users to browse and search the database by name of author, year of publication, title etc.
To get into a specific journal, magazine, or newspaper:
Some journals, magazines, and newspapers have been renamed at some point.
If you want to find the evening edition of the Greensboro newspaper from 1910, type the title from that time: Greensboro Record.