Cyclopedia, cyclopaedia or cyclopædia is an archaic term for encyclopedia.
The term may specifically refer to:
- Cyclopaedia, or an Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, 1728, edited by Moses Urio
- Rees's Cyclopædia, 1802-1820, edited by Abraham Rees
- Penny Cyclopaedia, edited by George Long, published from 1833 to 1843
- Tomlinson's Cyclopaedia of Useful Arts, 1852 - 1854, edited by Charles Tomlinson
- New American Cyclopaedia 1857–1863 editors George Ripley and Charles A. Dana.
- The English Cyclopaedia, 1866, edited by Charles Knight
- American Cyclopaedia 1873–1876, the successor to the New American Cyclopaedia, the primary editors were George Ripley and Charles A. Dana.
- Cyclopedia of Universal History 1880-1884, World History
- Johnson's New Universal Cyclopaedia, 1876, edited by Frederick Barnard and Arnold Guyot
- International Cyclopaedia 1884, initially it was largely a reprint of Alden's Library of Universal Knowledge,
- Johnson's Universal Cyclopaedia, 1893, edited by Charles Kendall Adams
- Pears Cyclopaedia, a one volume encyclopaedia originally published in the United Kingdom by Pears Soap as Pears Shilling Cyclopaedia in December 1897 and still published annually.
- The People's Select Cyclopedia 1897 by Charles Nisbett
- Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary
- Universal Cyclopaedia, 1900, edited by Charles Kendall Adams
- Universal Cyclopaedia and Atlas, 1902, edited by Rossiter Johnson
- Potter's Herbal Cyclopaedia of plant derived drugs was first published in 1907 and is still in print
- Cyclopedia (iPhone application), 2009, an iPhone application that overlays geotagged Wikipedia articles on a GPS-enabled Google street view.
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... Hart had to postpone the cyclopedia, and asked the Association for research and clerical staff ... Association delayed appropriations for the cyclopedia, because the expense was "so great," and it was not until May 1928 that a budget was approved for the cyclopedia, although ... Finally, in 1931 Hart presented a rough draft of the cyclopedia to Hagedorn ...
... The topics and subjects included in the Theodore Roosevelt Cyclopedia cover the full range of TR's activities and opinions ... Reception in Europe" (1910), are listed in the Cyclopedia ... Some 149 people are listed as subjects in the Cyclopedia, from historical figures before TR's times, like Oliver Cromwell, Frederick the Great, and John Marshall, to Roosevelts's ...
... The chief weaknesses of the Cyclopedia are, as noted, that the editors did not use the then unpublished letters by TR, and did not trace the roots or indicate the first uses of ... The strengths of the Theodore Roosevelt Cyclopedia are many ... William Allen White said, is found in the Cyclopedia ...
... Christian Cyclopedia (originally Lutheran Cyclopedia) is a one-volume compendium of theological data, ranging from ancient figures to contemporary events ... It should not be confused with The Lutheran Cyclopedia (New York Charles Scribners Sons, 1898), edited by Henry Eyster Jacobs and Charles A.W ...
Famous quotes containing the word cyclopedia:
“A great man quotes bravely, and will not draw on his invention when his memory serves him with a word as good. What he quotes, he fills with his own voice and humour, and the whole cyclopedia of his table-talk is presently believed to be his own.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)