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1. "Catalog" tab to the Duke Libraries catalog
- Use your natural language to find ONE book that's relevant.
- Click the title of that book
- Scroll down to the "subjects" and look for the library term/subject it groups under your topic
- Click the hyperlink of that topic and get ALL the works we have on your topic!
Here are some subject examples of what you can find:
- Mythology, Etruscan put "Etruscan" after the topic, not before. NOT Etruscan Mythology
- Art, Etruscan - Catalogs permanent holdings catalogs from museums
- Italy Civilization To 476 broad topic
- Excavations (Archaeology) - Italy sites and excavation reports
2. Kubikat (again!) Book & article catalog of four German art-history libraries, covering all languages and with an English interface) Kunsthistorisches Institut (Florence) Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte (Munich). Deutsches Forum für Kunstgeschichte (Paris) and the Bibliotheca Hertziana (Rome).
3. Google Books & Google Scholar
Google Books allows you to search books by key-word. It does not display the whole book. Use LIBX.
Google Scholar is the same but for articles.
Worldcat - combined catalog of all libraries
Use Worldcat to locate exhibition catalogs and books for interlibrary loan and archives of collections. There's a "libraries with this item" link that shows NC libraries first.