Classics

Classics, originally, and often still, the standard authors in the literature of Greece or Rome, now authors in any literature that represent it at its best, when, as Goethe has it, it is “vigorous, fresh, joyous, and healthy,” as in the “Nibelungen,” no less than in the “Iliad.”

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Classic Races * Claude, Jean
Clark, Thomas
Clarke, Adam
Clarke, Charles Cowden
Clarke, Dr. Samuel
Clarke, Edward Daniel
Clarke, Henri
Clarke, Mary Cowden
Clarke, William George
Clarkson, Thomas
Classic Races
Classics
Claude, Jean
Claude Lorraine
Claudian
Claudius, Appius
Claudius, Appius
Claudius I, Tiberius Drusus
Claudius II.
Clausel, Bertrand
Clausewitz, Karl von
Clausius, Rudolf

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Classics in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

Links here from Chalmers

Alter, Francis Charles
Apollonius
Appian
Aristophanes
Arntzenius, John Henry
Athenæus
Baxter, William
Bengel, John Albert
Blackall, Offspring, D. D.
Blackwall, Anthony
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