from members of staff and requests via recommendations from students the Library is continually adding new books to its collections both online and in print. Here are just a (very) small number of the books that have been added to the Library’s collections in RAB semester one, 2017/18 for the and these demonstrate the wide range of subjects being taught, studied and researched within School. School of History, Classics and Archaeology
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by Catherine M. Keesling (shelfmark: NB1296.3 Kee. Early Greek portraiture: monuments and histories Also available as e-book).
The crusade in the fifteenth century: converging and competing cultures edited by Norman Housley (e-book).
The long aftermath: cultural legacies of Europe at war, 1936-2016 edited by Manuel Braganca and Peter Tame (shelfmark: D744.7.E8 Lon. Also available as e-book).
Race relations at the margins: slaves and poor whites in the antebellum Southern countryside by Jeff Forret (shelfmark: F220.A1 For.)
Beyond conflicts: cultural and religious cohabitations in Alexandria and Egypt between the 1st and the 6th century CE edited by Luca Arcar (shelfmark: BR127 Bey.)
Drawing Lithic artefacts by Yannick Raczynski-Henk (shelfmark: GN799.T6 Rac.) Continue reading
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Tagged Ancient history, Archaeology, Britain, Classics, cultural history, E-books, Egyptology, Europe, Greek, History, India, International Relations, Medieval, Politics, social history, United States
I’m happy to let you know that following a successful trial last semester the Library has now got a 1 year subscription to the
Online Egyptological Bibliographyfrom the University of Oxford.
Online Egyptological Bibliography (OEB) holds the largest available collection of references in Egyptology literature, with coverage from 1822 to the present.
You can access
OEB via the . Databases A-Z list Continue reading
*The Library has subsequently subscribed to Online Egyptological Bibliography. Find out more at New to the Library: Online Egyptological Bibliography (OEB)*
The Library currently has trial access to the
from the University of Oxford and Online Egyptological Bibliography (OEB) primary source database from Adam Matthew The First World War .
You can access all of these online resources via the
. Access is available both on and off-campus. E-resources trials page
Access to OEB is only available until 17th October 2016.
While trial access to the First World War databases ends on 31st October 2016.
Online Egyptological Bibliography (OEB)
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Tagged Ancient history, Archaeology, Classics, Databases, Egyptology, First World War, History, primary source, the Great War, World War I