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List of encyclopedias by branch of knowledge

This is a list of notable encyclopedias sorted by branch of knowledge. For the purposes of this list, an encyclopedia is defined as a "compendium that contains information on either all branches of knowledge or a particular branch of knowledge." For other sorting criteria, see List of encyclopedias.

General knowledge

Arabic

Chinese

Czech

  • Otto's encyclopedia - the largest Czech-language encyclopedia published between 1888–1908 and 1930–1943

Danish

English

German

Italian

  • Treccani - also known as Enciclopedia Italiana di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti

Latin

Persian

Polish

Russian

  • Brockhaus and Efron - imperial encyclopedia in 86 volumes
  • Great Soviet Encyclopedia (Большая Советская Энциклопедия) - The second largest and most comprehensive encyclopedia in Russian; here were 3 editions, 3rd edition of 1969-1978 contains 30 volumes

Slovenian

Spanish

Swedish

  • Nationalencyklopedin - encyclopedia in Swedish
  • Susning.nu - project to create a Swedish-language encyclopedia using wiki software. Anyone-can-edit encyclopedia until 2004, shut down in 2009.

Turkish

Multiple languages

  • WorldHeritage - the world's largest free encyclopedia — a project to create a comprehensive encyclopedia using wiki software

Specialized encyclopedias

National, regional, ethnic or cultural

Australia

Austria

Bangladesh

  • Banglapedia in 10 Volumes published in 2003 bilingual of English and Bengali.

Canada

Croatia

Ethiopia

Iran

Italy

Malaysia

New Zealand

Poland

Slovenia

Sweden

United Kingdom

United States of America

Yugoslavia

Subject

Art and Architecture

Entertainment

Environmental Science

Fashion and dress

Fiction

History and biography

Law

International and comparative law

Literature

Mathematics

Medicine

Music

Philosophy

Science

Religion

Christianity
Islam
Judaism

Social sciences

Economics

Sports

Other

See also

References

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