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    Posted: 22 Oct 2015 at 9:21pm
I am pleased to acknowledge a request for a new wizard to deal with how to cite ancient texts.

Someone sent me the request below:

"Citing ancient sources, for example: Pliny the Elder's Natural History, Strabo's Geography or Antipater's Greek Anthology."

I have not had a similar request before and normally wait until I get several requests before writing a new citation wizard. This request is so unusual that I am already thinking how this might be done. I wonder if it is possible to develop a unified wizard that would enable such references to be correctly cited?

Any views from those familar with these and similar publications?
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