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Brill's New Pauly is the English edition of the authoritative Der Neue Pauly, a modern reference work for the ancient world. Provides references to the standard literature about the classical period and its interpretation and reevaluation in later centuries. Split into two parts: Antiquity and Classical Tradition. Coverage for antiquity ranges from the second millennium BC to early medieval Europe. The Classical Tradition section deals with the aftermath of antiquity and the constant reinterpretation through classical scholarship.
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This resource brings together an exceptional collection of maps of the ancient world. Both the Barrington Atlas and the 2-volume index to its maps have been placed on 2-hour reserve, and can be requested at the Fondren Library Circulation Desk.
A partially annotated bibliography that closes the traditional subject gap between the humanities (Classical World; Egyptology) and the social sciences (anthropological archaeology; Near East) in the study of the ancient world. The appendixes are mostly subject specific, including graduate programs in ancient studies, reports from archaeological sites, numismatics, and paleography and writing systems.