Phoenix (classics journal)
The Phoenix was founded in 1946 as the first journal of classics in Canada, by the country's first organisation for the study of classics, the Ontario Classical Association. When the nationwide Classical Association of Canada was founded in 1947, the Ontario Classical Association transferred to it responsibility for The Phoenix.
- Briggs, Ward W. (1994). Biographical Dictionary of North American Classicists. Greenwood Press. pp. li–lii. ISBN 0-313-24560-6.
- White, Mary E. (1966). "Phoenix: The First Twenty Years". Phoenix 20: 273–285.
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