Location and Accessibility

The Emery and Claire Yass Library of Archaeology is located in the Institute of Archeology on the Mount Scopus Campus.

The Library floor of the Institute of Archeology is divided into separate spaces for books in particular subjects and for study.

Two glass-enclosed group study rooms – a computer room and a seminar room –are located in the main archeology hall of the library.

The space devoted to pre-history and Assyriology also contains three individual study carrels.

The inner space of the library holds movable shelves used mainly for book storage.

The Circulation Desk is located near the entrance.

There are no restrooms on the library floor. Restrooms are located on the third and fourth floors of the Institute.

Accessibility in the Library

Disabled Access to the Library
The Archeology Library is located in the Institute of Archeology on the Mount Scopus Campus.
It is accessible by wheelchair from the main entrance to the Institute building.
The elevator in the Institute building is wheelchair accessible.
All service areas of the library are accessible to the mobility challenged.

Services for the Disabled
There is a disabled toilet in the restroom on the third floor of the Institute of Archeology.
The library staff will be happy to assist with any request and help to locate material in the library’s catalog, shelves, and electronic resources.