Arts and Humanities through the Eras. (5 vol.) REF NX440 .A787 The first 3 volumes of this series are comprised of ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome, and Medieval Europe, respectively. Categories are arranged under humanities (Architecture, Dance, Fashion, etc.), and contain images, maps, bibliographies, and primary sources.
Cambridge Ancient History. (multi-volume) REF D57 .C252 Excellent source for detailed background information; organized both chronologically and by region.
Civilizations of the Ancient Near East. (4 vol.) REF DS57 .C55 Comprehensive essays organized by topic which focus on Egypt, Syro-Palestine, Mesopotamia, and Anatolia; refer to the extensive index in volume 4.
History of Humanity. REF CB69 .H59 (especially vol. 1- 3) Volumes are arranged chronologically and contain both thematic and country specific scholarly essays on the history of humanity, beginning with prehistory.
Ancient World Mapping Center: Maps for Students Free downloadable maps depicting ancient sites, monuments, landscapes, and military campaigns.
Atlas of Classical History. REF Atlas G1033 .G65 Annotated maps ranging from 1700 B.C. to 565 C.E.; contains useful index of place names.
Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World. REF Atlas G1033 .B3 Detailed maps organized by region of the ancient Greco-Roman world; CD available in the back of the book.
Who’s Who in Ancient Egypt. REF DT76 .R53 Contains information on notable ancient Egyptians, as well as a few related essays.
Who’s Who in the Greek World. REF DE7 .H39 Brief entries focusing on literary and historical personages from ancient Greece.
Ancient Greece and Rome Encyclopedias
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