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THL 310 Archaeology and the Bible

Welcome

The resources on this guide will help you with your projects in THL 310.

Use CREDO Reference

Credo Reference is an academic alternative to Wikipedia. It contains entries from dictionaries and encyclopedias on people, places, movements, etc. It's a good place to start to get basic information about your art style, culture, or geographic area. 

Find Reference Books in the Library

Find More Books in the Library

The library has a number of books on various aspects of art and history on the lower level of the library. You can search OneSearch for specific keywords or types of art.

Or browse the collection by going to these specific call numbers:

709.01 - Ancient Art

722 - Architecture from the earliest times to ca. 300

732 - Sculpture from the earliest time to ca. 500

733 - Greek, Etruscan, Roman sculpture

750s - Painting

If you need help finding books, ask a librarian and well be happy to help!

Find Sources on the Web

Use museums or other cultural institution websites to find more information. Museums, especially, may have digital exhibits that have similar to your topic or information about the time period and artwork.

For example: