Answered By: Kathryn Park
Last Updated: May 13, 2015     Views: 338

Your best bet is to go to the History & Genealogy tab (link below) on Databases LibGuide. Once there:

  1. Select EBSCO: All History Databases so we can search all at once.
  2. Enter Cleopatra in the search box.
  3. On the Search Results page you will wan to narrow the thousands of results:
    1. Limit to Full Text and update.
    2. Select Source Magazines and Academic Journals (or just Academic Journals if your instructor requested) and update.
    3. Click on Subject and select cleopatra, queen of egypt, d. 30 b.c. and update.
    4. Now just review the remaining articles and take your pick!

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