It has become increasingly apparent as we move further into the twenty-first century that the scholarly reference work, which had become rather unfashionable a generation ago, is undergoing a renaissance. These reference works go by various names: sometimes ‘companions,’ as with the Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World and the Cambridge Companion Series; at other times ‘handbooks,’ as with the Oxford Handbook Series; often ‘encyclopaedias,’ like the Encyclopedia of the Renaissance (edited b...

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