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Reference Sources - scope out an area, provide brief, better bibliography and key words (author's names, nomenclature) for more extensive searching.

Groveart (Oxford Online) -  Scholarly art encyclopedia.  Entires on classical, also use for terms and other art topics related (Asia Minor, etc.)

Brill's New Pauly - combined classical-subject reference works, the most important of which is the Pauly (English).

Oxford Reference Online: Classics - Oxford University Press online titles on classical studies

 

Other

Lexis -  full-text newspaper index going back +10 years.  Great for seeing classical context in modern times

Dukecatalog example, for women in the classical world, use the subject heading,  Women--Greece

 

Websites

Perseus Project - Classical studies website maintained by Tufts University.  Compendium of texts and images.

Claros - The World of Art on the Semantic Web - Oxford University's classical art website (images)

 

Blogs

AWOL - Ancient World On Line - serious blog for the study of the Ancient world.

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