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ANT 3163 - Mesoamerican Archaeology

Library Guide to accompany Mesoamerican Archaeology: an introduction to the prehistory of Mexico, Guatemala and upper Central America from earliest times through the Spanish conquest.

LC Subject Class Range

Most materials in the UCF Libraries are arranged according to the Library of Congress Classification System.  Anthropology and related materials are classified in the following areas:

C - Auxiliary Sciences of History

        CC1-960 Archaeology 

G - Geography. Anthropology. Recreation

GN1-890 Anthropology

GN700-890 Prehistoric archaeology


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Serial Set

The U.S. Congressional Serial Set contains the Documents and Reports from Congress, but that brief description fails to capture the richness of the content. Many publications from federal agencies on a wide range of topics were published as Congressional documents.  Rich Gause, Government Information Librarian, has created an entire Guide devoted to finding Anthropology resources in the Serial Set.