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Below is a simplified outline of the main call number ranges for ancient history, art, and archaeology. Archaeological site reports will usually be in the History and Archaeology call number ranges, which are mostly in the Fine Arts Library, although it is worth looking on the 6th floor, too.
Ancient History (3rd and 6th floors; a few reference books on 2nd floor)
|DS56||Ancient Near East|
|DS80-DS111||Lebanon, Syria, Judea|
Fine Arts (3rd floor)
|N5315-N5900||Ancient Art in general|
|N5460||Judea and Syria|
|N5740-N5790||Italy and Rome|
|NA240-NA245||Judea and Syria|
|NA295-NA340||Italy and Rome|
|NB80||Mesopotamia and Persia|
|NB108-NB120||Italy and Rome|
|NB133||Greek and Roman Relief Sculpture|
|NB160-NB165||Sculptural Topics, e.g., mythological figures, people|
|ND120-ND127||Italy and Rome|