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AHST 1111: Greek Art & Archaeology (Schwab)



Hello! This course guide has been created for students enrolled in AHST 1111: Greek Art & Archeology. In this guide, you will find several resources intended to help with your research-related coursework.

Below is a description of the pages found in the menu at the top of this guide.

  • Background Resources - Important place to start your research! Utilize specicalized dictionaries and encyclopedias written by experts.
  • Find Books
  • Finding Articles
  • Images
  • Websites
  • Research Tutorials - Designed to cover the basics of college-level research and a few more advanced tips and strategies that should help you with research for this course. If you look at our tutorials and still have questions, please Ask a Librarian for help!
  • Citation - Must use Chicago Notes-Bibliography Style

Research Help

Research librarians are available to help you! See the Ask a Librarian box on this page for the various ways to get help.

OR contact the librarian who led your research session, Lisa Thornell, to set up an in-person or virtual research appointment at

Class Example: Dionysus on Ship with Dolphins by Exekias

Title: Dionysus on ship with dolphins, interior of an Attic black-figure kylix

By: Exekias

Retrived from: ARTstor

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