Our ancient history, archaeology, Greek and Latin collections support university users at every stage of their academic career. The collections are supplemented by their auxiliary sciences: epigraphy, numismatics and sigillography.
Because of the Unithèque extension works, 10 Epigraphy and Classical studies stacks (Sources, Egypt, Middle-East, Greece and Asia minor) will be moved, from march to september 2022, in front of the greek collections, against the wall of the photocopier room. The following quotes are affected:
- 271(33) to 931.271(37)
- 271(391) to 931.271(393)
- 931(093)PLAU to 932
- 932 :1 to 932.07
- 932.08 to 935
- 938.7 to 939.89
The Riponne site houses a classical studies and classical literature collection aimed at the general public.
Some 21,000 works are available to you in Classical Studies, ranging from specialist monographs, including an important corpus of Greek and Latin inscriptions, to periodicals, archaeological dig reports and exhibition catalogues to help you discover and learn about classical civilisations, starting with the Greeks and Romans.
The Classical Studies collections are an invitation to take a tangible trip into the past, identifying the various stages in knowledge of our history through an extensive, varied collection covering a long period, which is regularly updated with new acquisitions.
The Unithèque site is home to over 8,000 books. The collection is continually updated with recent publications, including: critical editions of classical works, dictionaries, commentaries, textbooks, grammars and reference books.
The list of books – your true Greek literature workmates – is long and an invitation to explore some fascinating reading.
The Latin collection consists of almost 6,000 books, with new items added regularly. The list of new acquisitions is updated every month. The core of the collection comprises critical editions of classical texts, commentaries and studies of the works concerned. There are also reference works, such as dictionaries, textbooks and grammars, literary studies by genre, and others with a focus on a particular aspect of language.
This collection, in particular, is one of the ways the Unithèque site contributes to the exploration of past cultures and the transmission of knowledge to enhance our understanding.
Édité par Claude-Emmanuelle Centilivres Challet, avec une contribution de Charlotte Golay
Ripetizione e riformulazione nell'«Iliade» : la tecnica discorsiva dell’ἄγγελος nella rappresentazione omerica della comunicazione verbale a distanza
Les cultes aux rois et aux héros à l'époque hellénistique : continuités et changements, édité par Giuseppina Lenzo, Christophe Nihan et Matthieu Pellet
The library classifications and development policies established in conjunction with the Institute of Archaeology and Classical Studies, UNIL can be found here.