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Reference and Non-Fiction titles used for this project are for Library Use Only. You should photocopy the pages that you are using as well as the citation information for Noodle Tools.
Use the Gale databases to find a variety of comprehensive topic overviews and images
Use the ABC CLIO databases for articles and images of art and architecture
Use Artstor for images of historical artifacts and monuments
Searching the Web?
Evaluate the website before you use it
- What domain is it? .org? .com? .edu?
- Who is the author/publisher?
- Is there a strong bias?
- If the site seems unreliable, find a new one!
Possible books to use
Coin Atlas by
Call Number: 737.494 CRI
This account tells about the history and geography of countries as revealed in their coins and also gives a history of the world's coinage system.
The Romans by
Call Number: 937 MCG
This book on Roman civilization seeks to achieve, with careful selectivity and astute critical assessment of the literature, an expression of the Roman civilization and an appreciation of its achievements. Includes a list of references for further study at the end of each chapter. Dozens of photographs and drawings, plus detailed maps of Rome and its empire as they evolved over time.
History of Rome by
Call Number: 937 GRA
Rome's artistic achievements, especially in literature, architecture, sculpture, and painting are discussed and the economic and social conditions of life in the empire are fully explained.