Image Use & Citation

May I use these images?

You are free to:
  • Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format
  • Adapt — remix, transform, and build upon the material
Under the following terms:
For full guidelines on use of images see:
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/


How do I cite these images?

To cite images, use your chosen citation format.
You must indicate: 
  • The institution where the object lives (e.g. The Aga Khan Museum, Toronto; The Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto). When you click on an object image, you will find this information in the Publisher field of the object's information.
  • The shelfmark or accession number of the object (an identifying code found in the Identifier field)

You may indicate:

  • The title of the object (found in the Title field)
  • The date of the object (found in the Date field) and its place of origin (found in the Coverage field).

Example

To cite an image from Canon Grandel's Book of Hours:

Image from Canon Grandel’s Prayer Book (France, Lille, 15th century, Western University, Archives & Special Collections, MS BX2080.C365 1500) via the digital exhibit Hidden Stories:  Books Along the Silk Roads (https://hiddenstories.library.utoronto.ca/).