Instructs students of classics her in how to research various areas of classical studies, from undergraduate dissertation upwards. This book assists scholars and complements standard reference books by concentrating on 'how-to' topics.
This is a basic handbook for every student of classics that will instruct him/her in how to research every area of classical studies, from undergraduate dissertation upwards. It will also be of assistance to scholars and complements standard reference books by concentrating on 'how-to' topics.
1. The nature of the field; general rules of research 2. The stages of research 3. Bibliography 4. Sources and how to use them 5. Book reviews 6. Lexicography 7. Grammar 8. Linguistics 9.Textual criticism 10. literary criticism 11. Oratory and rhetoric 12. Philosophy 13. History 14. Archaeology 15. Papyrology 17. Numismatics 18. Mycenaean studies 19. Sociology, anthropology, economics and ecology 20. Ancient religion 21. Ancient science 22. Art history 23. Ancient dance and music 24. law 25. The classical tradition 26. History of classical scholarship 27. Reconstructing the ancient world 28 Translation