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Medieval & Renaissance Studies   Tags: antiquities, byzantium, golden_age, medieval, middle_ages, reformation, renaissance, tradition  

This guide is comprised of both library and Internet resources recommended for finding information about Medieval and Renaissance Studies.
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Hellenistic collection : Philitas, Alexander of Aetolia, Hermesianax, Euphorion, Parthenius - J. L. Lightfoot
Call Number: PA 3622 .H45 2009
ISBN: 0674996364
Loeb classical library; Number 508 which features a selection of Hellenistic prose and poetry from papyrus to the 1st century B.C. , in Greek and English.

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Welcome to the subject guide on  Medieval and Renaissance Studies.   

This guide will direct you to the various resources available for research on Medival and Renaissance Studies.  It will point you to useful databases, journals, books and reference sources, and online information available at the William A. Blakley Library.  Most of the Databases are indexes to articles in journals and chapters in books.  For initial research, try the online library catalog and/or encylopedias

Follow the above TABS for specific information on Medieval and Renaissance Studies. 

      

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