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The Library of Congress uses a controlled vocabulary (a unique sequence of words) to organize information in libraries. So if you are trying to find books in our library catalog, you can use some of these terms to help you find books on that particular topic.
Greek Military History:
Roman Military History:
We use the Library of Congress method to organize our books. If you want to browse the book shelves to find books in classical studies, look in these areas of the library:
B's for philosophy, religion & mythology:
B 108-708 (ancient philosophy)
BL 300-325 (comparative mythology)
BR 1-1725 (Christianity)
BS 1-2970 (Bible)
D's are history:
DE 1-100 (Greco-Roman)
DF 10-289 (Ancient Greece)
DG 11-365 (Ancient Italy)
PA for Greek & Latin literature:
PA 1-899 (Greek philology & language)
PA 3000-4499 (Greek literature)
PA 6000-6961 (Roman literature)
Atlas of Classical Archaeology. M.I. Finley ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1977. JFK Upper Level Book Stacks. G1046. E15 A8 1977.
Atlas of Classical History. Richard Talbert. New York: Macmillan, 1985. JFK Main Level Reference Atlases. G1033 .A833 1985.
Atlas of the Greek World. Peter Levi. New York: Facts on File, 1985. JFK Main Level Reference. DF77 .43 1985.
Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World. Richard Talbert ed. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 2000. JFK Main Level Reference Atlases. G1033 .B3 2000. (CD-ROM version located in the main level reference collection)