Cyclopædia, or an Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences: Difference between revisions

 
 
== SuccesoorsSuccessors ==
 
Chambers's ''Cyclopaedia'' in turn became the inspiration for the landmark ''[[Encyclopédie]]'' of [[Denis Diderot]] and [[Jean le Rond d'Alembert]], which owed its inception to a proposed French translation of Chambers' work begun in 1744 by [[John Mills (encyclopedist)|John Mills]],<ref>{{EB1911|wstitle=Chambers, Ephraim|inline=1}}</ref> assisted by [[Gottfried Sellius]] The later [[Chambers's Encyclopaedia]] (1860–68) had no connection to Ephraim Chambers’s work, but was the product of [[Robert Chambers (publisher, born 1802)|Robert Chambers]] and his brother William.{{sfn|Collison | Preece|2015}}