Library Catalogue

Using the Library Catalogue

You can search by author, title, keyword, subject and classmark.

To search for journal articles or the contents of conferences, use the databases which are listed under Digital Resources.

All items in our collections show the location ICLASS, with the status of the volume indicated as follows: Reference Only for the Institute of Classical Studies Collection;  Available for the Hellenic and Roman Library collection. If the item is on loan to another reader, the due date will be displayed. You can recall the item by clicking on Request.

Please ask at the library desk in order to access items with the following locations:
ICLASS Theses Room
ICLASS Library Office
ICLASS Cupboard

and some ICLASS Folios volumes

The classification scheme is used to arrange the different types of source material from the classical world. Scroll down for a brief outline, or to download the full classification scheme (80 pages).

Library Classification Scheme (Outline)

60-70 

75-97

98 

99 

100 

101 

102

103

104-116

117-119

120 

121A-F

121G-K

122 

123 

127 

128-135 

136 

140-149

150 

151 

152-153 

200

201 

202 

203

204

205

206

222-236

Dictionaries

Texts

Language

Literature

Papyri and Mss

Epigraphy

Pre-Classical Greece

Pre-Classical Italy

Archaeology and Local History

Ancient History

Early Christianity

Political History

Law

Religion

Philosophy

Science and Technology

Art

Numismatics

Bibliographies, Encyclopaedias and Dictionaries

Musical Texts

Modern Greek History and Literature

Ancient Life

Congress Reports

Collected Essays

Festschrift Volumes

Classical Studies

Biographies / Bibliographies of Scholars

(in Librarian’s Office) Archaeological Technique

Original Compositions, Translations and Fiction

Maps and Atlases

 

Library Classification Scheme (Full)

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