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PECS: Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites

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How to cite articles in The Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites in Pleiades references.

Standard Short Title

Pleiades follows the practice of the Barrington Atlas by using the acronym PECS for the Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites. Because PECS has been digitized and put online at the Perseus Digital Library, we add "(Perseus)" to the short title thus: "PECS (Perseus)" and include the appropriate link in the "accessURI" field. 

Preferred Citation

When citing an article in PECS, indicate as follows. Note that the short title and bibliographic URI refer to the encyclopedia as a whole, not to the article. We do not maintain Zotero records for individual PECS articles.

short title PECS (Perseus)
citation detail MORLANWELZ Belgium
formatted citation R. Stillwell et al. (eds.), The Princeton encyclopedia of classical sites, Princeton, N.J., 1976. See: MORLANWELZ Belgium.
bibliographic URI
access URI
alternate URI
other identifier