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Architecture: 48-368: Rediscovering Antiquity: Finding Books

Browsing in the Library

You may also want to browse for books. Try these call number ranges in Hunt Library:

  • CC Archaeology
  • DE History. Greco-Roman World
  • DF10-289 History. Ancient Greece
  • DG11-365 History. Ancient Italy
  • DR History. Balkan Peninsula
  • DS History. Asia
  • DT43-154 History. Ancient Egypt
  • N5330-5899 Visual Arts. Ancient History 
  • NA210-NA340 Architecture. Ancient History
  • NB69-169 Sculpture. Ancient History

Reference Books

While the 4th floor of Hunt Library is closed, reference books located in FA-REF-4 can be requested at the library's lending desk on the first floor. Books with other 4th floor locations (STACKS-4, OVRSZQ-4, FOLIOS-4) can be requested through the library catalog. See How to Request a Book [video].


 

Searching for Books

As you use each source, look for citations in bibliographies and footnotes that will lead you to other sources. If you find references to items that Carnegie Mellon does not own they may be requested through Interlibrary Loan if you allow a week or more.



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