The supervising team does his best to describe a given position as exactly as possibile. In most cases a work is adscribed to one from the general key words such as „Rome”, „Egypt”, „Elam” and so on. Then more precise terms are used. For example Lesław Morawiecki’s Legum ac libertatis auctor et vindex: Marek Juniusz Brutus i jego program polityczny, Poznań 2001, was described as follows: Rome - republic - civil war 44-42 B.C. – religion - numismatics - coins – iconography - monetary iconography - propaganda - Marcus Iunius Brutus - coinage - libertas - Libertas – Brutus - tyrannocides. Terms like ancient history, byzantinology, Mediterranean archaeology are used to denote scientific disciplines. For works on the ancient languages the general term is the name of the language. Use rather plural than singular when entering a key word (e.g. herbs rather than herb).
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