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Subject information: Classical philology

Books and journals in the Main Library

Books can be found in the reading room on the 1st floor under the shelf marks 10/F …

Thanks to numerous overlaps with other related disciplines, you will find further literature relevant to your subject in the collections for theology 10/B …, philosophy 10/CA … to 10/CK ..., classical archaeology 20/LD … to 20/LG ... and Greek/Roman history 20/NH ...

Journals can be found under the shelf marks 11/FA ...

You will find study-relevant literature under the shelf marks 24/Klass ….

General plans: 1st floor (PDF, 310 KB) | 2nd floor  (PDF, 307 KB)

Books and journals in the library of the Institute of Classical Philology

Books can be found in the reading room on the 1st floor under the shelf marks 402/ ...

Journals can be found under the shelf marks 402/Z ...

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General

Literature search tips are summarised on a separate page.

Subject-specific

The most important databases for your field are Année Philologique and Gnomon.

These databases offer the most comprehensive specialist searches, encompassing monographs, journal articles, theses, recent reviews and many other media and materials.

The Gnomon database is freely accessible. Année Philologique has been licensed for students and employees of the University of Würzburg. Please note our information on external access.