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This guide covers a set of high-quality sources of information for archaeology that can be a good starting point for your research.
Cambridge Core: Archaeology
Archaeological journals (printed & online)
Van Dale Dictionaries
Bilingual dictionaries from and into Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish, and the 'Dikke Van Dale' (Dutch dictionary).
Online dictionaries of Van Dale can also be accessed via smartphone or tablet, by means of the Van Dale App! Once the app has been downloaded, you can open the app and click on the Surfspot link on the bottom of the log in screen to log in with your UG account.
Powerpoint Archeologie 2017
Classification scheme Archaeology University Library
Rondleidingtekst Archeologie 2019
Selected bibliographies and other databases for archaeology
Here is a list of databases with literature on archaeology
The easiest way to keep up to date with the latest articles in your research field!
Related LibGuide: Information Literacy Archaelogy
Information Literacy Archaelogy
During your university study you will be confronted with academic literature for the first time. It is essential that you learn what academic literature is, where to find it and how to use it correctly. To succeed in this you need to develop new skills; information literacy skills. These skills are part of the academic skills you will be taught during your university education.
For more information: study this LibGuide Information Literacy Archaeology!
Hulppagina over Google Books bij Universiteit Utrecht
For book reviews in all disciplines use one or more of these databases.
Use as many keywords as you need to identify the book and its author, but no more than that.
Example: Nijf Roman East
Zoek informatie over een archeologisch onderzoeker
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