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The general Library of Congress call number classification for archaeology is CC. These books would be found on the third floor of Campbell Library. For antiquities of a specific area, do a subject keyword search in the library's online catalog using the specific area name and antiquities, i.e. Rome and Antiquities, or England and Antiquities.
These three volumes trace the development of the field from the ancient Greeks to the end of the 20th century. Readers can travel the globe, from the earliest prehistoric times to the end of the 20th century. Particular attention is given to archaeology's impact on the wider culture.
The Atlas of World Archeology takes readers on an archeological journey around the globe, from the origins of humankind to early historical times. Written by an international team of experts in the field, the atlas combines authoritative yet lively text with a wealth of full-color maps and features. 200 illustrations. 80 maps.
Archive of full-text scholarly journal articles in a broad range of academic disciplines.
Coverage includes the full text from volume 1, number 1 through the current date in some cases or, more often, up to a period of embargo from six months to five years depending on the arrangements with the title's vendor.
American Antiquity- One of the principal journals of the Society for American Archaeology. The journal is a benefit of membership in the SAA, but one can view/search over 60 years of American Antiquity on-line through JSTOR.
American Anthropologist - the quarterly flagship journal of the American Anthropological Association. Full text through JSTOR (1888-2007) or Wiley-Blackwell (1997-present)
Arctic Anthropology - an international journal devoted to the study of Old and New World northern cultures and peoples. Full text through JSTOR (1962-2009), Academic Search Premier (1993-1 year ago), or Project Muse (2003-present)
Journal of Anthropological Research- an international publication devoted to the development of theory and methodology for the systematic and rigorous understanding of the organization, operation, and evolution of human societies. Full text through JSTOR (1973-2011)