Greek and Roman Gods and GoddessesThe purpose of this page is to provide you resources which will help you complete Ms. Dare's Project - Iconography of the Roman and Greek Gods.There are three categories with which to search: books, databases, and websites.BOOKSSearch for a book in the library OPAC or catalog: https://opac.dentonisd.org:8480/?config=007#section=home**A selection of books have been pulled specifically for your class for use in the library.**
Google Advanced Search - https://www.google.com/advanced_search
In the section, "Then narrow your results by..." you can change the following to narrow down your choices:
Site or Domain: Type .edu, .gov, .org
Also, remember "AND" and "OR" when searching. "AND" narrows the search results, "OR" increases the search results.
Online Citation Resources
Online Citation Creators
Easybib - This is a great all around citation machine that auto fills and has a wide variety of sources.Bibme- The fully automatic bibliography maker that auto-fills. This citation machine is the best choice for students who are using several different books, because it is linked to Worldcat (the world's largest online catalog.
NoodleTools Express - MLA bibliography maker. This citation machine is perfect if you have a wide variety of resources that you need to cite.
(Citing a Photo or Illustration in an Archive) NoodleTools Express - Use this online tool to cite a photo that is part of an archive.
Citation GuidesMLA Citation Style- A color-coded list of various MLA citation examples and tips
OWL at Purdue- A guide from Purdue University on using MLA guidelines in research papers, and citing all sources from a single book to government documents.Citing from Gale Literary Volumes- Citing from Gale Literary Volumes - Extra help on using these tricky reference books.