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Classical Studies 220: Introduction to Archaeology: Images

Citing Images

The following link takes you to a site with great examples of how to cite images using Chicago Manual of style in your papers.  You can also consult the Chicago Manual in sections 12.31 - 12.51 for directions on how to write captions and credit lines.

Databases and Web Sites

Many kinds of images can enhance you paper, not just sculptural representations of your subject person.  Vases, coins, and architecture may all represent objects or events related to your topic.

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