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Boardman, J. Lexicon iconographicum mythologiae classicae (LIMC) (Art Library Reference NX650 .M9 L48)
Claridge, A. Rome: An Oxford Archaeological Guide (Art Library Reserve DG62 .C53 1998 )
Nash, E. Pictorial dictionary of ancient Rome (Art Library Reserve FOLIO NA310 .N28 1968 )
Platner, S.B. A topographical dictionary of ancient Rome (Art Library Reserve DG16 .P685 1965 )
Richardson, L. A new topographical dictionary of ancient Rome (Art Library Reserve FOLIO DG68 .R5 1992 )
Haselberger, L. Mapping Augustan Rome (Art Library Reserve FOLIO GA895.R65 M37 2002 )
Steinby, E. Lexicon topographicum urbis Romae (Main Library Reference Collection FOLIO DG63 .L49 1993 )
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)
Journal of Roman Studies
Library: Main Library Folio DG 11 .J7 (1911-2009)
Online access: JSTOR (1911-2007)
Journal of Roman Archaeology
Library: Main Library DG 11 .J68 (1988-2010)
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