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Classics

The academic study of ancient Greece and Rome begins in the classical period itself, and includes a vast and interdisciplinary body of information that includes history, archaeology, art, language, literature, religion, and philosophy. The collections a

Introduction

The academic study of ancient Greece and Rome begins in the classical period itself, and includes a vast and interdisciplinary body of information that includes history, archaeology, art, language, literature, religion, and philosophy.   The collections and resources for Classics at Brown will also be of interest to readers in other departments and programs such as Religious Studies, Philosophy,  the Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World, Medieval Studies, and Renaissance & Early Modern Studies. Conversely, researchers interested in Classical studies may find it useful to look at the guides for those subjects as well. 

Individual Databases for Classics

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