Oxford Classical Dictionary : “OCD5”

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Access is now available to the new, updating edition 5 of the Oxford Classical Dictionary.

Access the dictionary via this link.

In print since 1949, the Oxford Classical Dictionary (OCD) has grown from almost 160 to 6,500 entries on a wide range of topics, and has been an unrivaled single-source reference for the study of the Greco-Roman world.  With its accessible, concise entries, the OCD has long-served as a student’s introduction to richer study, as well as a trusted guide for scholars seeking a ready reference.

Sander Goldberg, Editor in Chief writes:

In planning now for a fifth edition, the OCD confronts not only the familiar challenge of keeping abreast of progress in our dynamic, multi-faceted field, but must engage with a new challenge as well. Where past generations with questions to ask habitually sought out the OCD on its shelf, an ever-growing number of potential…

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New ebook titles – March 2016

Here is a selection of the titles added to the ebooks@cambridge collection during March. These titles were purchased by, or on behalf of, department and faculty libraries within the University of Cambridge and by the University Library.

Click on the cover image to access the title via our authenticated links.

Archeology1    Education1Education2    English1English2  English3  English4Geography1       History1  Italian2  mml1978-3-658-08313-7_Cover_1.indd  physics1    physics2  Physics3  Physics4AMES1  Education3  Education4  Education5  English6    English7  English8  Education6  Education7    English9  English10English11  Geography2  Medicine1   Wen_Buying Beauty_PB-op  AMES3  AMES4     Education8  Italian5  Italian3  italian4  Engineering1    English13  English14