Classics and ancient history resources
Location of print resources
You can find most of the print resources for your subject on the second floor of the Arts and Social Sciences Library. Use Library Search to find the classmark for an item, and to search for books and other materials.
You can also find useful books on cultural theory in the Wills Memorial Library.
- Exam papers: located on first floor and available for photocopying
- Theses: these are held in the thesis collection and can be viewed by request; use Library Search to find details and ask at the ground floor Information Desk for access
- Perseus Digital Library - a growing library of the humanities covering Classics (Greek, Latin, Archaeology, Papyri); English Renaissance (Shakespeare, Marlowe, and more); the Bolles Collection on the history of London; "American memory" from the Library of Congress; and the Boyle Papers (history of science). The contents include original texts, secondary sources, and many thousands of images.
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