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* Classical Greece and Rome: Latin Resources

This subject guide provides reliable resources pertaining to the study of Classical Greece and Rome, including the study of Latin and Greek languages.

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Step 1: Dictionaries, Grammar and Writing

Need help with the language? Begin by consulting dictionaries and books on grammar below.  If you're getting started on your topic, begin by checking out these encyclopedia and bibliography databases in the next section. They'll provide you with a basic background for your topic, and a list of important papers published on your topic.  This is a great time-saver.

In the left-hand column, you'll find links to databases that have material on Latin language and cultures.

When you have a list of books or articles to search for, you can search from our Articles & Books tab on our homepage: http://www.library.rochester.edu.

Second Step: Encyclopedias and Bibliographies

Finding articles about Latin language and culture

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