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The Library Catalogue lists books held in the Library's collection.
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The Loeb Classical Library – this book series provides the Greek or Latin text with a parallel English translation for most authors of the Classical period. They are shelved on the 6th floor of the Central Library, most Greek authors at PA 3612. In the Library Catalogue, you can browse the whole series by author , or search for an individual title using Advanced Search (choose Keyword or Author and Series loeb).
Search in a similar way to locate Greek texts in other series, such as Scriptorum classicorum bibliotheca Oxoniensis (Oxford Classical Texts) and Bibliotheca Scriptorum Graecorum et Romanorum Teubneriana (Teubner).
The Library Catalogue lists the print and electronic titles of journals held by the Library. Select the Browse Alphabetically: By Title search option and enter the full journal title.
To find articles on your specific topic, use Citation Chaining and search in the recommended Classics databases
Finding Classics Journal Articles
|CN 350–455||Greek Inscriptions and Epigraphy – Central Library, Level 11|
|PA 1–199||Classical Philology in General|
|PA 201–899||Greek Philology and Language|
|PA 3050–4505||Greek Literature|
|PA 3051–3285||Literary History|
|PA 3520–3564||Criticism, Interpretation, etc.|
|PA 3612|| Loeb Classical Library: Individual Authors
(in alphabetical order)
|PA 3818–4505||Individual Authors (in alphabetical order)|