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Resources for researching Greek art.

General Reference

Online Resources for Journal Articles and Citations

Art and art-related sources

Online Resources for Journal Articles and Citations

General Sources

Web Resources

Important Reference Books

Breve, H.  Greek Temples, Theatres and Shrines.  (Art Library Reserve, FOLIO NA275 .B413)

Boardman, J.  Lexicon iconographicum mythologiae  classicae (LIMC).  (Art Library Reference, NX650 .M9 L48)

Camp, J. The Archaeology of Athens.  (Art Library Reserve, DF275 .C28 2001) and as e-book (http://site.ebrary.com/lib/uiowa/Doc?id=10192315)

Goette, H.R.  Athens, Attica and the Megarid: An Archaeological Guide. (Art Library Reserve, DF275 .G6413 2001)

Lawrence, A.W.  Greek Architecture (5th ed. rev.).  (Art Library Reserve, FOLIO NA270 .L36 1996)

Stewart, A.  Greek Sculpture: An Exploration. (Art Library Reserve, FOLIO NB90 .S74 1990)

Travlos, J.A.  Pictorial Dictionary of Ancient Athens (Art Library Reserve, FOLIO NA280 .T68)

Important Journals

American Journal of Archaeology
Library: The years 1897-1999 are shelved off site at the Library Annex. The years 2000-2011 are shelved alphabetically among the journals on the 3rd floor of the Main Library.
Online access: JSTOR (1897-2005)

Hesperia
Library: The years 1932-1999 are shelved off site at the Library Annex. The years 2000-2011 are shelved alphabetically among the journals on the 3rd floor of the Main Library.
Online access: JSTOR (1932-2008)

The Journal of Hellenic Studies
Library: The years 1880-1999 are shelved off site at the Library Annex.
Online access: JSTOR (1880-2008)

Evaluating Information

Evaluate Information Online: The CRAAP Test

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Evaluating your sources

Authority - Find out who's telling you the information, an expert or scholar?

Source - Who's the publisher or entity responsible for presenting the information?

Coverage - Is it scholarly or popular? Who's the intended audience? (Check the vocabulary, language and tone.) What's the depth/scope?

Accuracy - Are the facts, names, dates, etc correct?

Objectivity - Is there a bias or particular viewpoint?

Date - Is it recent? (Is that relevant?)

Subject Guide

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