When you incorporate another person's words or ideas into your own writing, it is important to cite your source. Citations:
Langara's Department of History, Latin & Political Science uses Chicago style referencing.
For helpful examples of Chicago style citations, visit the following guides:
Langara Library has developed a supplementary citation guide for sources commonly used by Classical Studies/Ancient History students.
Image sources must be cited in the caption and included in your bibliography.
Captions for images should be numbered and include at least the following information: What the image is, the date of the item shown, and the source.
Image 1: Statue of Augustus as pontifex, from the Via Labicana in Rome. AD 12 or later. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:CaesarAugustusPontiusMaximus.jpg