Explore citation methods used in Classical Studies, as well as tools and common abbreviations.
Both the AJA and TAPA style guidelines are good places to start if you are not sure how to format your citation.
You might also look at how former Classical Studies graduate students formatted their citations in their dissertations published in U-M's Deep Blue repository. Here are three examples:
The U-M Library has a Citation Help Research Guide.
Style guides require the use of journal and reference work abbreviations in citations. Here are three examples:
Furthermore, style guides require the use of ancient author and title abbreviations in citations. In general, square brackets [ ] indicate erroneous or doubtful attributions and should not be removed from your citation. Here are two examples:
Citation management software helps you:
Find more information on citation management tools here, including comparing tools, how get started, how to get help, and more.