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Archaeology

A guide to resources, digital projects and specialized topics for the study of archaeology as an interdisciplinary field of research on the past and present.

Citing archaeology papers

The format used for archaeology papers varies. See below for or examples and explanations of some of the possible formats. For Brown Library books that can be checked out or read online, use this subject heading: "Bibliographical citations."

 

Clay tablet with incised cuneiform text.

Cuneiform tablet with a bilingual lexical list. From Ebla, Syria, ca. 2350-2250 BCE. Luna Collection.

Citation Managers at Brown

Brown supports several citation managers, including EndNote, Mendeley, and Zotero. Please see the page below for descriptions. links, and comparisons of the software.

Help with Writing Papers

Your  librarian can help you with researching your paper, but what about the actual writing process?

For Brown Library books that can be checked out or read online, use this subject heading:

Art Criticism -- Authorship.

 

Man wearing turban reading a book outside.

 

Mu'in Musawir. Bearded Man Reading in a Landscape. Iran,1635. Courtesy of Los Angeles County Museum of Art.