We indicate sources to which we are particularly indebted at the end of a gloss, usually with full bibliographical information. We use some sources so regularly that we give only the name or initials of the source at the end of a gloss and provide fuller information here:
- OCD = The Oxford Classical Dictionary. Third Edition Revised. Ed. Simon Hornblower and Anthony Spawforth. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003.
- OED = The Oxford English Dictionary (online edition). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- OLD = The Oxford Latin Dictionary. Ed. P. G. W. Glare. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1983.
- Jenny March. Cassell’s Dictionary of Classical Mythology. London: Cassell, 2002.
- Edward Tripp. Meridian Handbook of Classical Mythology. New York: Meridian (Penguin Group), 1974.
- Latin and Greek dictionaries, translations, and other reference tools available at the Perseus Digital Library, including the Lewis and Short Latin dictionary (LS) and the Liddell-Scott-Jones Greek dictionary (LSJ).
Other oft-used (and on-line) reference works include:
- Various reference works at Bartleby.com, especially Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase and Fable.
- Laura Gibb’s Aesopica site.
- Latin texts at The Latin Library.
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