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This guide highlights resources for researching archaeology.

How to Cite Images


ARTstor is the most comprehensive image resource available to USC students and faculty, offering access to over 1,000,000 high-quality images relevant to the fields of art, architecture, humanities and social sciences. 

An image database of inscriptions and artifacts from the West Semitic Research Project at USC.

Perseus Digital Library
Multimedia collection of primary and secondary sources, with an emphasis on ancient Greek and Rome.  Includes are texts by classical authors, some with commentary, the Duke Databank of Documentary Papyri (non-literary papyri, Greek and Latin, from the Ptolemaic and Roman periods), and especially the Art & Archaeology Artifact Browser of buildings, sites, and art objects.

Visual Arts Images Online Guide