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Encyclopædia Britannica 2007 Print Set
The 2007 Encyclopædia Britannica combines today’s current topics with over 238 years of expertise and delivers more depth, breadth, and information than other encyclopedias. Readers can access quick facts or immerse themselves in detailed articles on almost any subject imaginable while enjoying the vivid and beautiful images of art, geography, science, sports, and much more. With over 1,100 new and updated entries, over 4,000 contributors, and 65,000 articles, the 2007 Encyclopædia Britannica is unsurpassed.
New for this Edition
New and revised articles include Samuel Alito, bird flu, Celia Cruz, Ebonics, intelligent design, mathematics, open source, post-traumatic stress disorder, Rembrandt, John Roberts, Jerry Rice, Sikhism, virtual reality, Denzel Washington, and more.
The Most Content Available
32 volumes are packed with 44 million words covering the breadth of human knowledge.
Compelling Images
More than 24,000 carefully researched and selected photos, maps, and illustrations hold the interest of readers.
More Than 23,000 Fascinating Biographies
Learn about historical figures, celebrities, political leaders, and other important people, ranging from Socrates to Chinese president Hu Jintao to Johnny Cash.
More Than 15,000 Geography Articles
Revised entries include Africa, Bangladesh, Canada, Gaza Strip, Germany, Gulf Coast, Israel, Indonesia, Pakistan, Russia, United States, and more.
Bibliographic Citations
Users are pointed to additional information sources for further research.

Price: 55000/- (INR) inclusive of all taxes.
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