How can I cite these in MLA format? An Internet article with no author called “Famous Greek Battles.” It was published on June 14,1999, viewed on January 12, 2004, and belongs to the website...

How can I cite these in MLA format?

An Internet article with no author called “Famous Greek Battles.” It was published on June 14,1999, viewed on January 12, 2004, and belongs to the website called Theoi Greek Mythology.

A video on YouTube called "The History of YouTube by The Geogory Brothers (YouTube Comedy Week)." It was uploaded by username YouTube Spotlight on May 20, 2013.

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Famous Greek Battles. Theoi Greek Mythology. N.p., June 14, 1999. Web. 12 Jan. 2004.

Unfortunately, there are no instructions for how to cite a YouTube video in the MLA style. However, I would suggest that you follow the same basic style, so:

username. The History of YouTube by The Geogory Brothers (YouTube Comedy Week). YouTube. N.p., 20 May 2013. Web. (View date?)

For future reference, the general outline for an MLA formatted citation is this:

Author(s)/Editor(s)/Translator(s). Title of book/article/etc. (in italics if it's a standalone thing, or in quotations if it's part of a larger work). Title of website/larger publication (only if applicable; if this does not exist, just leave it out completely). Location of publication: Publisher. Date published. Medium (Print/Web/PDF/etc.). Date viewed (if it is online).

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