A PRIMARY SOURCE IS FIRST-HAND EVIDENCE
Examples of primary sources for Islamic empires include written documents, works of art and architecture, literature, and artifacts such as tools, household objects and furnishings, clothing, weapons, coins, etc.
SweetSearch, a search engine for students from FindingDulcinea.com, it searches only the 35,000 Web sites evaluated and approved by Dulcinea's staff of research experts, librarians and teachers.
Britannica Academic On your topic article page, find Web's Best Sites in the left sidebar to display sites selected by Britannica editors for quality and age-appropriateness
Internet History Sourcebooks Project (a web project with an extensive collection of primary source documents by Paul Halsall, Fordham University)
TO SEARCH GOOGLE: Combine your topic search term(s) with the phrase documents OR "primary sources"
See the course guide Find Primary Sources for more ways to locate documents in our library and online.
To find primary source material in books/ebooks and reference books/ebooks, follow these tips:
To cite a Primary Source, first choose the option that best describes where you found it:
Next determine what kind of primary source you are citing:
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