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Welcome to the Archaeology research guide!
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Encore is a keyword search engine for the Library's collections of books, digital resources, databases and more. See also Advanced Search.
To find articles and dissertations:
Atla Religion Database with AtlaSerials PLUS The database provides coverage dating back to 1908 with indexing for some journal titles extending back into the 19th century. Full-text journal articles and reviews are selected for inclusion by leading religion scholars.
Academic Search Complete This database is the leading resource for scholarly research that supports high-level research in the key areas of academic study by providing journals, periodicals, reports, books, and more.
ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global is the world's most comprehensive collection of dissertations and theses from around the world, spanning from 1743 to the present day and offering full text for graduate works added since 1997, along with selected full text for works written prior to 1997. It contains a significant amount of new international dissertations and theses both in citations and in full text.
Finding the Text of Articles
If you need to find the text of an article, follow the instructions on the "Finding articles" Guide.
You may also search Periodicals A-Z for the periodical title.
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