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ART 361: Ancient Art: Books
This guide can be used by students in Art 361 to learn how to locate books, articles, and additional resources that will be helpful when completing their research assignment.
This is an excellent, scholarly alternative to Wikipedia. It allows you to search back-of-the-book indexes and article titles in thousands of reference books owned by Camden-Carroll Library. If it is an e-book you can access it. If it is a print book you can find its call number and then the volume and page numbers for your topic.
Browse for Art Books
For books about Art and Design, browse the following areas:
700 The arts; fine & decorative arts
750 Painting & paintings
760 Graphic arts, Printmaking& prints
770 Photography, photographs & computer art
For books about Sculpture, browse the following areas:
730 Sculpture and related arts
732.8 Ancient Egyptian sculpture
733.3 Greek (Hellenic) sculpture
733.5 Roman sculpture
For books about ancient Egyptian, Greek and Roman history, browse the following areas:
932 Egypt to 640
937 Italian Peninsula to 476 and adjacent territories to 476
Offers a large collection of mostly non-fiction e-books. The library's catalog contains records for all of these e-books. [Formerly known as NetLibrary] Access to individual e-books is limited to 1 user at a time.
scholarly monographs, reference titles, computer manuals, and other non-fiction
Dates of Coverage:
2001 to present
more than 125,000 e-books
Access to individual e-books is limited to 1 user at a time.
An e-book may be viewed for any period of time but will automatically check itself back in after 15 minutes of inactivity. "Activity" is defined as traffic between the PC and the server. Using the scroll bar to move down the page is not activity. Clicking into a new page is activity.