INST ARCH Classes F-H
The Institute of Archaeology collection is arranged according to its own classification scheme and has the designated classmark of INST ARCH. E.g.:
Non-textual marking systems, writing and pseudo script from prehistory to modern times / edited by Petra Andrássy, Julia Budka & Frank Kammerzell.
Göttingen : Seminar für Ägyptologie und Koptologie, 2009.
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INST ARCH books are divided into quartos and a main sequence. Quartos books may be found on the shelves facing the Issue Desk, the main sequence is located at the end of the quartos and runs along the back of the reading room and into the two side rooms. It then continues on the left-hand side of the stacks.
The INST ARCH classification scheme is divided into a number of main classes, which reflect the thematic and geographical arrangement of the scheme.
Class F is comprised of books on religion and mythology. Reflecting changing attitudes to archaeology, this class is gradually being phased out of the classification. Useful material may be found in anthropology and the collections of the Folklore Society.
Class G is comprised of books on language and philology as they relate to the study of archaeology. Other useful material may be found in the Comparative Philology, Classics and Ancient History collections within UCL Library Services.
INST ARCH GB: Language general
INST ARCH GC: Alphabet
INST ARCH GE: Ancient Languages
Class H is comprised of books on aspect of ancient life. Other useful material may be found in the Ancient History collection within UCL Library Services.