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Classification

Warburg Institute Library Research Guide to the Classification System

How to navigate the classification system and the stacks

This guide includes all of the classmarks, shelf locations and links to the shelf list for browsing in the library.

To search in more detail for authors, titles, subjects and keywords, go to the Library Catalogue.

How the classification system works:

The first letter of the classmark of a book indicates the floor on which it is to be found.

The sequence of classmarks on the shelves does not follow the order of the alphabet.

Classification Table

4th Floor

Action

D-Society and Culture

H-History

F-Magic and Science

3rd Floor

Orientation

B-Western Religions

G-Eastern Religions

A-Philosophy

2nd Floor - Word

E-Language and Literature

N-Transmission of Classical Texts

1st Floor - Image` C-Art History
Ground Floor - Reference

RR

Basement

K-Ancient Art and Archaeology

CR-Modern Art

P Classmarks - Periodicals

 

The main page for each class in this guide (Image, Word, Orientation, Action) has a search box for classmarks and a short guide to the main sub-classes.

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