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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)


Open access information

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

Google Scholar

Google's search engine for scholarly and scientific literature.

For direct access to full text documents: 
Click on Settings - Library links : choose University of Groningen options + Open Worldcat (if not shown, type 'Groningen'). Links to full text (if available) will be shown in your search results.
Citing a publication found in Google Scholar?
Click on Settings - Search result - Bibliography manager, choose e.g. RefWorks


The easiest way to keep up to date with the latest articles in your research field!

Related LibGuide: Information Literacy Archaelogy


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Book reviews

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

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