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Choose an Archaeological Site
The site you choose is up to you! Here are some suggestions for how to choose a site:
Check out these site ideas (click on the site for a background article):
Prefer a video? Check out these short introductions to some other site options:
Once you have a site chosen and you have some background information, you are ready to start your research!
Source Requirements: You must use and cite at least three peer-reviewed scholarly journal articles for your research paper. To find these, try searching for your site in one of our library databases. Email Haley (email@example.com) for help and suggestions!
Databases to search:
Academic Search Premier This link opens in a new window
Tip: Check the Full Text and Peer-Reviewed boxes when you search to see results that will work for this assignment.
ProQuest This link opens in a new window
Tip: Check the Full Text and Peer Reviewed boxes when you search!
Search the open web for scholarly journal content. NOTE: some articles will not be freely available online. Look for PDF links on the right to access free articles.
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One Search finds books, articles and films in one search.
Try searching for the name of your site: