What is cyclopaedia?

  • (noun): A reference work (often in several volumes) containing articles on various topics (often arranged in alphabetical order) dealing with the entire range of human knowledge or with some particular specialty.
    Synonyms: encyclopedia, cyclopedia, encyclopaedia

Some articles on cyclopaedia:

List Of Historical Encyclopedias - Encyclopedias Published 1800–1900 - Specialist Encyclopedias
1849 often cited as Hebert's Encyclopaedia) Cyclopaedia of Useful Arts and Manufactures (1852 often cited as Tomlinson's Cyclopaedia) A Dictionary of Greek and Roman ...
Pears Cyclopaedia
... Pears Cyclopaedia is a one volume encyclopaedia published in the United Kingdom ... Pears Soap launched Pears Shilling Cyclopaedia in December 1897 ...
Lives Of The Most Eminent Literary And Scientific Men - Lardner's Cabinet Cyclopaedia
... In his article on the Cabinet Cyclopaedia, Morse Peckham writes that this "revolution in literacy, partly the result of the spread of liberal ideas by the ... Dionysius Lardner's Cabinet Cyclopaedia, published between 1829 and 1846, was one of the most successful of these enterprises, which also included John Murray's Family Library and ... The advertisements for the Cyclopaedia describe the expected audience as "merchants, captains, families, new-married couples" ...
List Of Historical Encyclopedias - Encyclopedias Published 1800–1900 - American Encyclopedias
... New American Cyclopaedia (1857–1863) 16 volumes, editors George Ripley and Charles A ... American Cyclopaedia (1873–1876), the retitled New American Cyclopaedia ... Johnson's New Universal Cyclopaedia (1876–1878) 4 volumes ...
List Of Historical Encyclopedias - Encyclopedias Published 1800–1900 - British Encyclopedias
... Rees's Cyclopaedia (1802–1819) Encyclopædia Britannica (eds 4–9 by 1889) Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1808–1830) British Encyclopaedia (1809) Encyclopaedia. 1869–1873) Chambers's Encyclopaedia (1860 no relation to Chambers's Cyclopaedia of the 18th century) Brewer's Dictionary of Phrase and Fable (1870) Dictionary of Political Economy (1894–1899 ...