Essay references should be in the following form:

Primary sources:

Author, book and chapter number; If you don't know the actual book and chapter then the Penguin page numbers are sufficient.

E.g. Herodotus, 1.132 or Herodotus, Histories (Penguin) p.96

Caesar, Gallic Wars 5.17 or Caesar, The Conquest of Gaul (Penguin) p.112

Secondary sources:

In the bibliography such references must be given in their FULLEST form with the title of the book in italics or underlined e.g.

Martin, T.R. (1996) Ancient Greece: From Prehistoric to Hellenistic Times. Princeton University Press; New Haven. OR Martin, T.R. (1996) Ancient Greece: From Prehistoric to Hellenistic Times. Princeton University Press; New Haven

Dudley, D. R. (1991) Roman Society. Penguin, Harmondsworth OR Dudley, D. R. (1991) Roman Society, Penguin, Harmondsworth

 Articles should have their titles in apostrophes: ‘ ‘ and the title of the journal in italics

 Whitton, C. (2010) ‘Agrippina’s Last Words’ Omnibus 58, 21-23.

 Websites should be cited in their fullest form with the name of the author if present:

 http://www.pharos.bu.edu/Egypt/Alexandria/History/plan.html

 If pictures are downloaded then they too must be accurately referenced, especially if the photographer’s name is present.

 References in the text can be in the following form:

Martin, T.R. (1996), 57 or (Martin:1996,  57]

Dudley, D.R. (1991), 3 or (Dudley: 1991, 3]

At all events references MUST be CONSISTENT!

 

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