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Layers of Rome: Databases

Supports Dr. Ronald J. Weber's class on Rome, including a trip to Rome

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The UTEP Library has over a million books and more than 300 databases. Here are a few places to start, but you should explore other sources on your own or with a librarian, who will be glad to help you.

  • The Library catalog: books, e-books, films, databases, and other materials.
  • Reference books. Start with a specialized encyclopedia to get an overview of your topic and to gather key names and specialized vocabulary. A few are listed below.
  • Online encyclopedias.  Several databases are collections of specialized encyclopedias and reference works. Gale Virtual Reference Library, Cambridge Core, and Oxford Reference Online are good databases to try.

 

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