Oxford Latin Dictionary
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Fifty years in the making, the Oxford Latin Dictionary is the first Latin-English dictionary based on a fresh reading of original sources. The Dictionary was published in eight fascicles between 1968 and 1982 and is now available in a single bound volume.
First Latin-English dictionary composed directly from original sources
Comprehensive coverage of classical Latin with entries for approximately 40,000 words
Based on a collection of over one million quotations that illustrate the meaning and use of Latin words from the earliest known instance
Definitions are in modern English and based on modern lexicographical principles
Up-to-date with the inclusion of better texts as well as epigraphical material that was previously unavailable
The Oxford Latin Dictionary is a comprehensive and authoritative reference work for students, teachers, professionals, and general readers interested in classical languages and literature, ancient history, medieval studies, languages, art history, ancient philosophy, religion, archaeology, law,
medicine, and natural science.