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New database: Projekt Dyabola

Responding to requests by the USF History Department, the USF Libraries have acquired three databases within Projekt Dyabola, a resource in support of Classical History and more.

Projekt Dyabola indexes works in the fields of Classical Archaeology, Etruscology, Minoan Archaeology and Prehistory, Byzantine Art History, Numismatics, and Classical History. Within Projekt Dyabola, USF subscribes to Archäologische Bibliographie, 1956-2005 and the Supplements. This resource indexes books, articles and reviews in these fields, as found in periodicals, congress reports, and exhibition and museum catalogs.

Archäologische Bibliographie records the current acquisitions of the German Archaeological Institute, the most comprehensive library devoted to classical studies, the École Française de Rome, the British School at Rome, the American Academy in Rome and of the Escuela Española de Historia y Arqueologia en Roma. Approximately 2000 to 2500 new titles are added per month and made available every four to five weeks. The database contains about 1,000,000 subject headings; 420,000 citations of 77,000 authors; and citations to 143,400 monographs. The interface of this resource is available in German, English, Italian, and French.

To access this database and other library resources, visit Click on “Search the databases” to begin.

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