A guide to the reference styles used at the University of St Andrews
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- Referencing something mentioned in another source (Secondary Referencing)
Where a work has an original author or editor and has been translated, you need to include the details of the Author/Editor and the Translator. You include details of the Translator in the Reference List only.
In-text citation: (Author Year, Page)
(Zhmud 2012, 118)
Reference List: Surname, First Name. Year. Title. Translated by First Name Surname. Place: Publisher.
Zhmud, Leonid. 2012. Pythagoras and the Early Pythagoreans. Translated by Kevin Winder, and Rosh Ireland. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Note that the Translator(s) name is given as First Name Surname.
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