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Classics: Referencing Guide

Referencing style

Please see the Faculty of Classics site for information on plagiarism. The Faculty does not have a preferred referencing style as long as entries are consistent within your essay.  Students may wish to check the University's list of referencing styles, including MHRA and Harvard.

To find out more about the University of Cambridge’s view on plagiarism and good academic practice, as well as further advice on how and when to reference, visit these guidance pages:

University page on plagiarism

Plagiarism Libguide

For guidance on citing specific resources, see Cite Them Right.

Specific advice for Classics students

Other Referencing advice

You will find reference management software useful for creating bibliographies.

For example:

Zotero

Mendeley

Advice for configuring these for Cambridge eresources is available here.

There are software-specific Libguides available for both Zotero and Mendeley.

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