The Oxford Referencing style is a note citation system.It is also sometimes referred to as a documentary-note style. It has two components:
|Glanville-Hicks was by no means the first to make this connection. The British Scholar Winnington-Ingram had come to a similar conclusion more than 20 years earlier, observing that 'in all probability [ancient] Greek music was closely related to that of the contemporary Orient ...'.
1R.P. Winnington-Ingram, Mode in Ancient Greek Music, London, Cambridge University Press, 1936, p. vii.
|Johnson, A., Epidemology 1900-1945, London, Penguin Press, 2003|
|Johnson, A., Diseases and cures in the Midwest, London,Penguin Press, 2005|
Mintz, S., 'Food Enigmas, Colonial and Postcolonial', Gastronomica, vol. 10, no. 1, 2010, p. 149.