Language & Linguistics
(also browse Reference call number PA)
The Classic Greek dictionary. Greek-English and English-Greek (Reference PA445.E5 C55 1934)
Greek-English lexicon & supplement (Reference PA445.E5 L6 1953)
Etymological dictionary of Latin (Reference PA2342.T8 1985)
A Dictionary of Latin words and phrases (Upper Level Books PA2365.E5 M667 1998)
Cassell's new Latin dictionary. Latin-English, English-Latin (Reference PA2365.L3 C3 1960)
Mythology, Religion, History
(also browse Reference call numbers BL, DE, DF, DG)
Women of classical mythology (Reference BL715 .B445 1991)
The Oxford dictionary of classical myth and religion (Reference BL715.O845 2003) Early Greek myth: a guide to literary and artistic sources (Upper Level Books BL782.G34 1993) The Oxford classical dictionary (Reference DE5 .O9 2012)
The Oxford encyclopedia of ancient Greece and Rome (Reference DE5 .O95 2010)
The Classical tradition (Reference DE60 .C55 2010)
Literature and Art
The Grove encyclopedia of classical art and architecture (Reference N5610 .G76 2007)
The Oxford guide to classical mythology in the arts, 1300-1990s (Reference NX650.M9 R45 1993)
**Classical and medieval literature criticism (Literary Criticism, Main Level PN681.5.C57)
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Buck, Philo M. "The Mystery of Laughter-Aristophanes." The Golden Thread, Macmillan, 1931. 104-26. Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism, edited by Jelena Krstovic, vol. 4, Gale, 1990, pp.86-92.