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AAD 201 The Built Environment - Kreg Mebust: Library Book Holdings

This LibGuide is designed to connect you with resources invaluable to your 5 page essay about a building of historical importance from the perspective of a travel writer who experienced this structure/complex during the time of the actual construction or

Library Reference and Circulating Books

Reference Books

Reference books cannot be checked out of the library. The content you will probably need is less than 12 pages in length.  On the main floor of the Library Commons are two high speed scanners. You can scan the needed pages for FREE and save the scanned pages to a flash drive or send the scanned pages to your email or to your Google docs account.  You have between $10 and $20 of a FREE printing credit that can be used at any one of the 46 Commons computer workstations.

Reference Titles that may be of benefit:

The Architecture Section call number has a NA prefix.  There are two separate book sections in the library, reference and circulating.  The circulating books are the majority of the books on the shelf. They are followed by the reference collection which is closest to the back door of the computer classroom.  Reference books have a spine label REF.

 Buildings that changed the world / Klaus Reichold, Bernhard Graf. NA2550 .R45 1999

The seventy wonders of the ancient world : the great monuments and how they were built / edited by Chris Scarre. NA2550 .S48 1999

Anatomy of architecture / George Mansell. NA204 .M28 1979

The World atlas of architecture  NA200 .W67 1988

The story of architecture : from antiquity to the present / Jan Gympel  NA200 .G96 1996

  • Amazing buildings /written by Philip Wilkinson  NA2555 .W48 1993
  • global history of architecture / Francis D.K. Ching,  NA200 .C493 2007
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    Western architecture : from ancient Greece to the present / Ian Sutton  NA200 .S93 1999
  • Architecture, from prehistory to postmodernity / Marvin Trachtenberg  NA200 .T7 2001
  • The dictionary of art / editor, Jane Turner.  N31 .D5 1996 
  • The Encyclopedia of ancient civilizations of the Near East and Mediterranean DS57 .H38 1997
    Egypt, Greece, and Rome : civilizations of the ancient Mediterranean / Charles Freeman. 
  • DE71 .F74 1996
  • Civilizations of the ancient Near East / Jack M. Sasson, editor in chief DS57 .C55 1995
  • The Oxford encyclopedia of ancient Egypt / Donald B. Redford  DT58 .O94 2001 
  • The complete temples of ancient Egypt / Richard H. Wilkinson.  DT68.8 .W55 2000
  • Handbook to life in ancient Egypt / Rosalie David.  DT83 .D23 1998
  • Daily life in the late Middle Ages / edited by Richard Britnell.  DA185 .D15 1998
  • Daily life in ancient Rome / Florence Dupont  DG78 .D8713 1993
  • Handbook to life in ancient Rome / Lesley Adkins  DG77 .A35 1994
  • Living in ancient Rome / Don Nardo  DG78 .L6 2004
  • Leisure life of the ancient Greeks / by Don Nardo  DF78 .N37 2005
  • Daily life of the ancient Greeks / Robert Garland.  DF78 .G276 1998
  • Architecture of Spain / Alejandro Lapunzina NA1301 .L35 2005
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  • This is just a sample of available reference books to assist your research.  Consult with a librarian if you are not finding the right resources to build your essay narrative.

 

Circulating Books

The Books about Architecture are found in the NA section of the collection.

DG is the call number for Rome

DF for Greece

DT for Egypt

DP for Spain

DA for England

Your student ID allows you to check out books for three weeks.  A librarian or someone at the circulation desk is available to assist you in finding and checking out books.

 





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