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CLASSICS_101-6: Ancient Greece and Rome in Modern Film and Culture (Platte): Some quick questions

Some quick questions

Which would be a scholarly source?
An article in the New York Times: 0 votes (0%)
An article in the Journal of Roman Studies.: 35 votes (56.45%)
A Wikipedia entry: 0 votes (0%)
1 and 2: 27 votes (43.55%)
2 and 3: 0 votes (0%)
1 and 3: 0 votes (0%)
All of the above: 0 votes (0%)
Total Votes: 62
Where might you go to find some general background on the amphora and what it was used for in the ancient world?
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Greece and Rome: 6 votes (13.64%)
An article in the Journal of Roman Studies: 3 votes (6.82%)
Both of the above.: 35 votes (79.55%)
Total Votes: 44
Which of these citations is for a journal article?
Richards, Jeffrey. 2008. Hollywood’s ancient worlds. London: Continuum.: 3 votes (6%)
Sobchak, Vivian. 1990. “Surge and splendor”: A phenomenology of the Hollywood historical epic. Representations 29:24–49: 16 votes (32%)
Coleman, Kathleen M. 2004. The pedant goes to Hollywood: The role of the academic consultant. In Gladiator: Film and history. Edited by Martin M. Winkler, 45–52. Oxford: Blackwell.: 5 votes (10%)
1 and 2: 2 votes (4%)
2 and 3: 18 votes (36%)
1 and 3: 2 votes (4%)
All of them: 3 votes (6%)
None of them: 1 votes (2%)
Total Votes: 50
To find books and videos owned by the Northwestern University Library, you should use:
NUSearch: 16 votes (80%)
Academic Search Complete: 2 votes (10%)
Google Scholar: 0 votes (0%)
I don't know: 2 votes (10%)
Total Votes: 20