Classical Studies

Must-know resources in Classics

The resources below may be considered crucial "tools of the trade" for Classics. They are listed here to help undergraduate and graduate students in Classics familiarize themselves with them and their acronyms.

Important Reference Resources:

  • The Liddell, Scott, and Jones (LSJ) Greek-English Lexicon: 1st floor General Collection, PA445.E5 L6
  • Oxford Latin Dictionary (OLD): 3rd floor Library West, PA2365.E5 O9 2012 or PA2365.E5 O9
  • Oxford Classical Dictionary (OCD): 3rd floor Library West, DE5. O9 2003 or online
  • Brill’s New Pauly (BNP): 3rd floor Library West, DE5 .N4813 2002, Supplements DE5 .N4813 2007, and 1st floor Library West, PA3009 .R4913 2012
  • Prosopographia Imperii Romani (PIR): PIR1 and PIR2 in print and online
  • Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum (CIL): Grand Reading Room, 2nd floor Smathers Library, CN520 .C6
  • Inscriptiones Graecae (IG): Grand Reading Room, 2nd floor Smathers Library, CN360 .I64 Oversize (and partially online through Hathi Trust (editio altera)

Important Texts: scattered throughout the Library West General Collection, likely in the PA area

Important Online Resources:

 

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