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HIST / HUM STUD 103: World Civilizations I

Heidi Sherman

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This guide will help you find resources and information for your HIST/HUM STUD 103 course with Professor Sherman. On each page you will find useful sources to help you understand different types of sources and recommendations on where to find them.

If you need help with library search tools and resources, just click on the Research Help tab. For other questions about your assignment, consult with your professor.

Greek. Late Classical Period, 359-336 B.C.. Coin Showing the God Zeus Reverse: Horseman with victory palm. Decorative Arts and Utilitarian Objects, Coin. Place: The Art Institute of Chicago, Gift of Martin A. Ryerson, Chicago, Illinois, USA, 1922.4923,

Mi Fu. ca. 1093-94. Abundant Harvest (Sui feng tie). Paintings-Calligraphy. Place: Princeton University Art Museum,

late 10th C. Constantinople, Hagia Sophia, Virgin and Child Enthroned between Emperors Justinian I, with the Model of Hagia Sophia [left], and Constantine I, with the Model of Byzantium, Constantinople: Hagia Sophia: outer narthex mosaic: enthroned Madonna between empe. mosaic, mosaic.

Egyptian. Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 12, c. 1991-1784 B.C.. Wall Fragment from the Tomb of Amenemhet and His Wife Hemet. Place: The Art Institute of Chicago, Museum Purchase Fund, Chicago, Illinois, USA, 1920.262,

India, Vidisha District, Madhya Pradesh, Gupta Period. 4th Century. Head of Vishnu from Besnagar. Sculpture. Place: The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio, USA, John L. Severance Fund, 1969.57,

12th century, middle and c. 1180. The Auct. Bible' or 'St. Hugh's Bible', vol. I, Folio #: fol. 051v. Manuscript. Place: Bodleian Library, University of Oxford,