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ANT 3168 - Maya Archaeology: Print Resources

Maya Archaeology

Reference Books - Online

Each title includes a link to the corresponding eBook(s).  If you are not already logged in, you will be prompted to enter your NID and NID password to access them, as you would with databases.  All may be read online, but many have print/download restrictions.

Reference Books--3rd Floor--LIBRARY USE ONLY

All reference works are shelved by call number on the 3rd floor in the Main-Reference collection.  They cannot be checked out, but scanners and photocopiers are conveniently located on the 2nd floor between the elevators.  

Subject searching for Maya topics

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

Class F - History of the Americas

Interlibrary Loan

To request a book that UCF does not own (or to request a book from another UCF Campus), use Interlibrary Loan.  If you do not have an account with Interlibrary Loan, please click on "First Time User Registration" below the login form.

To search for books at other libraries, use the State University Libraries' Catalog, or WorldCat.


Use the Library catalog (the search box on the Libraries home page, or the Books/Catalog link) to locate books and other media in the UCF Libraries. You can search by author, title, keyword, or subject.

See the streaming video Finding Books in the UCF Libraries for a demonstration of using the Library catalog, or Using QuickSearch to find books and articles simultaneously.