If you incorporate information from visual sources into your text, you must provide both an in-text citation and matching entry in your end List of References. These two components are referenced differently for different types of visual sources.
Take a look at our general guidelines for examples of referencing most types of visual sources.
You can also find guidance on specific types of visual sources by clicking on the relevant tab above.
Figure 3: St. Michael's - Coventry's Old Cathedral (Historic Coventry 2017)
Label your image as a Figure, and include the following in your citation:
If your figure is from a printed source (or an electronic source with page numbers):
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