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- References to books generally include an author, a book title, the publisher city, the publisher name and the year published. Use the classic catalog and search by author or title.
- References to individual essays or articles in edited books begin with the author of the article/chapter/essay, the title of the chapter or essay (sometimes in quotation marks), followed by the title of the book or the book editor(s), followed by publisher information and the year.
Carney, Elizabeth Donnelly. "Putting women in their place: women in public under Philip II and Alexander III and the last Argeads." Philip II and Alexander the Great : father and son, lives and afterlives. ed. by Elizabeth Donnelly Carney and Daniel Ogden. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010, pp. 43-53.
To find this article/chapter/essay, use the catalog and search by title of the book or editor.
- References to journal articles will begin with the article author, the title of the article (sometimes in quotations), followed by the title of the journal (sometimes in italics), a volume number (sometimes followed by an issue number) and a date (often a month and year).
McClymont, J. D. "Reading between the lines: Aristotle's views on religion." Acta Classica 2010 53: 33-48.
Use the catalog and search by journal title (NOT article title).