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Classics: Greek Mythologies and Religion

Greek Deities

Greek Mythological Creatures

Understand Your Topic

The first step is to make sure you understand the topic. Identify the main concepts or keywords in your question to help you develop a search strategy.

  1. Use encyclopedias and dictionaries for Classics to find definitions and background information

 

  1. Check for High-Demand items by course code  (about High Demand ).
  2. Find course material on Learn .

Find Books

The Library Catalogue  lists books held in the Library's collection.

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Citation Chaining

Finding eBooks

Find Journal Articles

The Library Catalogue lists the print and electronic titles of journals held by the Library. Select the Journal title begins with search option and enter the full journal title

  • Sometimes the titles of journals in lists of Classics references have been abbreviated, making them hard to find on the Library catalogue. Here is a list of abbreviations along with the full titles that should be used in the Library catalogue

To find articles on your specific topic, use Citation Chaining and search in the recommended Classics databases


Journals:

Greek Mythology, Religion – Central Library, Level 11

CE 42 Greek Calendar
BL 700–820 Classical (Etruscan, Greek, Roman) mythology and religion
BL 780–795 Greek
BL 780–783    General works
BL 785    General special
BL 788    Ritual
BL 793    Local, A–Z
BL 795    Special topics, A–Z
BL 820 Special deities and characters of Classical mythology, A–Z
DF 121–129 Religious antiquites of Greece – Central Library, Level 10

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Greek Mythologies and Religion

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