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Classics is the branch of humanities dealing with the ancient Mediterranean world.
Classics may also refer to:
- Classic, outstanding example of a particular style, something of lasting worth or with a timeless quality
Classics may also refer to the study of classical texts of Confucianism, the mainstay of study in ancient China, Japan and Korea.
- Classics (Ali Project album), 2001
- Classics (Aphex Twin album), 1994
- Classics (Era album), 2009
- Classics (George Canyon album)
- Classics (Hybrid album), 2012
- Classics (Jennifer Rush album)
- Classics (Kenny Rogers and Dottie West album), 1979
- Classics (Patty Loveless album)
- Classics (Ratatat album), 2006
- Classics (Sarah Brightman album)
- Classics (She & Him album)
- Classics (Triumph album), 1989
- Classics, by Susan Werner
- Styx Classics Volume 15, a 1987 compilation for the band Styx,
- Classics (Ali Project EP)
Artists and labels
- American Classic Races, a series of three Thoroughbred horse races
- British Classic Races, five horse races run during the traditional flat racing season
- Classic cycle races, one-day professional cycling road races in the international calendar
- Swedish Classic Circuit, a diploma awarded to those who have finished races in cross country skiing, cycling, swimming, and cross country running during a 12-month period
- Classics HD, a group of classic PlayStation 2 video games, remastered in high-definition for PlayStation 3
- PSone Classics, a group of classic PlayStation video games
- PlayStation 2 classics, a group of classic PlayStation 2 video games
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