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The Classics Workgroup will organize and coordinate efforts to create and improve articles relating to Classical Greek and Roman antiquity. If you are interested in participating, you may add yourself to Category:Classics Authors, discuss issues on the Classics Workgroup Forum, or simply dive in and begin contributing. If you'd like to be an editor, please follow these instructions and then you may add yourself to Category:Classics Editors.

Classics guidelines

High Priority articles

In the list of articles below, the existence of an approved version is indicated by underlining.

If you begin work on one of the articles from the list below, please be sure to add the article to the Classics Workgroup Top list (add [[Category:Classics Workgroup]] at the bottom of the article's page).

If you want to import one of these articles from Wikipedia, please read How to convert Wikipedia articles to Citizendium articles first. In particular, please do not import WP articles unless you plan or beginning work on them "within the hour" as the article says.

Main subject areas

Herodotus | Latin language | Vergil | Ovid | Cicero

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