Where was Encyclopaedia Britannica published?

Answer The first edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica was published in Edinburgh, Scotland. Other editions have been published in Philadelphia and in conjunction with Cambridge University, while Britan... Read More »

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Who is the author of Encyclopaedia Britannica?

There is no one author of Encyclopaedia Britannica. Thousands of subject matter experts, scholars, journalists, Nobel Prize winners and even past presidents have contributed to the more than 70,000... Read More »

Who is the publisher of Encyclopaedia Britannica?

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc. publishes The Encyclopaedia Britannica, which is the oldest reference book in the English language. The independent publishing company, headquartered in Chicago, Illi... Read More »

Who published Encyclopedia Britannica?

In Edinburgh, Scotland, Colin Macfarquhar and Andrew Bell published Encyclopedia Britannica's first edition (1768-1771). Thomas Dobson published a pirated version in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in ... Read More »

When was Encyclopedia Britannica published?

According to the Encyclopedia Britannica corporate website, the encyclopedia originated in Scotland during the 18th century. Printer Colin Macfarquhar, engraver Andrew Bell and scholar William Smel... Read More »