There are many 'sourcebooks' that compile and translate ancient sources. Try searching the library catalogue for keywords and adding "sources" (for example: ancient Rome women sources). A few example sourcebooks are included below.
The Johns Hopkins University has one of the oldest and richest university collections of classical artifacts in the United States. The epigraphic materials comprise some one hundred fifty Latin inscriptions, mainly epitaphs from Rome.
The corpus of inscriptions from the Roman province of Britannia is known as The Roman Inscriptions of Britain. RIB Online reproduces the printed edition and the relevant addenda and corrigenda published in Journal of Roman Studies and Britannia.
The ANS collections database contains information on more than 600,000 objects in the Society’s collections. These include coins, paper money, tokens, ‘primitive’ money, medals and decorations, from all parts of the world, and all periods in which such objects have been produced.