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However, Carleton Discovery - Primo VE doesn't search everything that the library owns or subscribes to so you will still need to search other resources to find everything that you need. Carleton Discovery - Primo VE also doesn't let you do sophisticated searches that you may be used to doing in specific databases or the library catalogue.
When to use Carleton Discovery - Primo VE
- When starting research on a topic
- If you are not sure which databases to use
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Define and get an overview of your topic or find definitions of key terms and concepts.
- Archaeological method and theory : an encyclopedia / Linda Ellis (2000) CC75.A654
- The Cambridge encyclopedia of human evolution / Steve Jones (1992) GN281.C345
- Companion encyclopedia of archaeology / Graeme Barker (1999)
- The concise Oxford dictionary of archaeology / Timothy Darvill (2008) CC70.D37 2008
- Encyclopedia of archaeology : history and discoveries / Tim Murray (2001) CC100.E54 (vols. 1-3)
- Encyclopedia of historical archaeology / Orser, Charles E. (2002) CC77.H5E53 2002
- Encyclopedia of human evolution and prehistory / Delson, Eric (2000) GN281.E53 2000
- The Edinburgh companion to ancient Greece and Rome / Edward Bispham, et. al. (2006) DE59.E3 2006
- The Oxford companion to Archaeology / Brian M. Fagan et. al. (1996) CC70.O96
- The Princeton encyclopedia of classical sites / Richard Stillwell, et. al. (1976) DE59.P7
- The world encyclopedia of archaeology / Aedeen Cremin (2007) CC70.W67 2007
Key Databases for Journal Articles
By connecting via Carleton Library, you will be able to seamlessly connect to the fulltext of articles that are part of the library's collection.
Nestor is an international bibliography of Aegean studies, Homeric society, Indo-European linguistics, and related fields.
- An archaeological map of Hadrian's Wall / English Heritage (2010) MPL G5752.H3 2010 .E5
- Atlas of ancient archaeology / Jacquetta Hawkes (1974) MPA G1046.E15H3 1974
- The atlas of archaeology / K. Branigan (1982) MPA G1046.E15A798 1982
- Atlas of classical archaeology / M. I. Finley (1977) MPA G1046.E15A8 1977 c.3
- The atlas of past worlds : a comparative chronology of human history 2000 BC-AD 1500 / John Manley (1993) CC165.M32
- Atlas of the Valley of the Kings (online)
- Cultural atlas of Mesopotamia and the ancient Near East / Michael Roaf (1990) DS69.5.R62
- The digital archaeological atlas of the Holy Land (online)
- Digital Crete (online)
- Past worlds; the Times atlas of archaeology / Times Newspaper Limited (1988) MPA G1046.E15P3 1988
- The world atlas of archaeology / Michael Wood (1985) MPA G1046.E15G7313 1985
For more information and assistance, contact Sherri Sunstrum.
A photographic archive of the archaeological and architectural remains of ancient Athens (Greece).
Arachne is intended to provide archaeologists and Classicists with a free internet research tool for quickly searching hundreds of thousands of records on objects and their attributes. An index and links to the website’s contents is here.
Includes the world's largest collection of images of ancient figure-decorated pottery.
If you cannot find what you need search the following database:
Free documentaries online.
Requires Adobe Shockwave.
- Archaeological Fieldwork Opportunities Bulletin Online (Archaeological Institute of America)
- The Archaeology Channel
- Archaeology Image Bank
- Archaeology Magazine (Archaeological Institute of America)
- Electric Archaeology - Digital Media for Learning and Research
Carleton University professor Shawn Graham's blog.
- Nestor: Bibliography of Aegean and Related Areas
- Stone Pages: Web Guide to Megalithic Europe
Provides access to Classical Archaeological, Ancient Near Eastern and Egyptological websites. The subject matter covered is all aspects of Classical Archaeology as well as the pre-classical past, e.g. Minoan and Mycenaean civilizations, Etruscan studies and archaeology of the Roman provinces. SISYPHOS also collects resources concerning "Archaeology" in general (history of the subject, theories, methods, institutions, excavation techniques).
Includes a comprehensive list of hominin fossils. Recommended by Archaeology magazine.
- Egyptology Resources
- Tutankhamun: Anatomy of an Excavation (The Griffith Institute, University of Oxford)
The definitive archaeological record for Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon's discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun.
Referencing your sources is an important part of academic writing. Why?
- it lets you acknowledge the ideas or words of others if you use them in your work
- it helps you to avoid plagiarism
- it demonstrates that you are using the scholarly record and that you can provide authority for statements you make in your term paper
- it enables readers to find the source information
- A Canadian Writer's Reference / Diana Hacker (2019) RRF PE3227.H33 2019
- Writing at University: A Guide for Students / Phyllis Creme; Mary R. Lea (2008) PE1408.C69 2008
- Writing Essays: a guide for students in English and the humanities / Richard Marggraf Turley (2016) PE1408.T87 2016