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==Opera==
* ''The Armenian Atrocities: The Murder of a Nation, with a speech delivered by [[Lord Bryce]] in the House of Lords''. Londinii: (Hodder & Stoughton, 1915)
* ''Nationality and the War''. Londinii: (Dent, 1915)
* ''The New Europe: Some Essays in Reconstruction, with an Introduction by the [[Earl of Cromer]]''. Londinii: (Dent, 1915)
*Contributor, Greece,(partim inscripsit) ''The Balkans: A History of Bulgaria, Serbia, Greece, Rumania, Turkey'',. various authors (Oxford,Oxoniae: Clarendon Press, 1915)
*Editor, (edidit) ''The Treatment of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire, 1915-1916: Documents Presented to Viscount Grey of Fallodon by Viscount Bryce, with a Preface by [[Viscount Bryce]]''. Londinii: (Hodder & Stoughton andcum His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1916)
* ''The Belgian Deportations, with a statement by Viscount Bryce''. Londinii: (T. Fisher Unwin, 1917)
* ''The German Terror in Belgium: An Historical Record''. Londinii: (Hodder & Stoughton, 1917)
* ''The German Terror in France: An Historical Record''. Londinii: (Hodder & Stoughton, 1917)
* ''Turkey: A Past and a Future''. Londinii: (Hodder & Stoughton, 1917)
* ''The Western Question in Greece and Turkey: A Study in the Contact of Civilizations''. Londinii: (Constable, 1922)
*Introduction and translations,(edidit) ''Greek Civilization and Character: The Self-Revelation of Ancient Greek Society''. Londinii: (Dent, 1924)
*Introduction and translations,(edidit) ''Greek Historical Thought from Homer to the Age of Heraclius, with two pieces newly translated by Gilbert Murray''. Londinii: (Dent, 1924)
*Contributor, ''"The Non-Arab Territories of the Ottoman Empire since the Armistice of the 30th October, 1918''," in [[H. W. V. Temperley]] (editor), ''A History of the Peace Conference of Paris'', Volvol. VI6 (Oxoniae: Oxford University Press under the auspices of the British Institute of International Affairs, 1924)
* ''The World after the Peace Conference''. Oxoniae: Oxford University Press, 1925
*''The World after the Peace Conference, Being an Epilogue to the “History of the Peace Conference of Paris” and a Prologue to the “Survey of International Affairs, 1920-1923”'' (Oxford University Press under the auspices of the British Institute of International Affairs 1925). Published on its own, but Toynbee writes that it was “originally written as an introduction to the Survey of International Affairs in 1920-1923, and was intended for publication as part of the same volume”.
*With [[(cum Kenneth P. Kirkwood]],) ''Turkey''. Londinii: (Benn, 1926, in Modern Nations series edited by [[H. A. L. Fisher]])
* ''The Conduct of British Empire Foreign Relations since the Peace Settlement''. Oxoniae: (Oxford University Press under the auspices of the Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1928).
* ''A Journey to China, or Things Which Are Seen''. Londinii: (Constable, 1931)
*Editor, (edidit) ''British Commonwealth Relations, Proceedings of the First Unofficial Conference at Toronto, 11-21 September 1933'', with a foreword by [[Robert L. Borden]]Oxoniae: (Oxford University Press under the joint auspices of the Royal Institute of International Affairs and the Canadian Institute of International Affairs, 1934)
* ''[[A Study of History]]''. 12 voll. Oxoniae: Oxford University Press, 1934-1961
*Editor, with(edidit cum [[J. A. K. Thomson]],) ''Essays in Honour of Gilbert Murray''. Londinii: (George Allen & Unwin, 1936)
**Vol I: Introduction; The Geneses of Civilizations
* ''AcquaintancesCivilization on Trial''. Oxoniae: (Oxford University Press, 1967)1948
**Vol II: The Geneses of Civilizations
* ''The Prospects of Western Civilization''. New York, Columbia University Press, 1949
**Vol III: The Growths of Civilizations
* (edidit) ''Twelve Men of Action in Greco-Roman History''. Bostoniae: Beacon Press, 1952
::(Oxford University Press 1934)
* ''BetweenThe MauleWorld and Amazonthe West''. Oxoniae: (Oxford University Press 1967)1953
*Editor, with [[J. A. K. Thomson]], ''Essays in Honour of Gilbert Murray'' (George Allen & Unwin 1936)
* ''An Historian's Approach to Religion''. Oxoniae: (Oxford University Press, 1956). [[Gifford Lectures]], [[University of Edinburgh]], 1952-1953.
*[http://nobsword.blogspot.com/1993_10_17_nobsword_archive.html ''A Study of History'']
* ''Christianity among the Religions of the World''. New York: Scribner 1957; Londinii, Oxford University Press, 1958
** Vol IV: The Breakdowns of Civilizations
* ''Democracy in the Atomic Age''. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1957
** Vol V: The Disintegrations of Civilizations
* ''MankindEast andto Mother EarthWest: A NarrativeJourney History ofround the World''. Oxoniae: (Oxford University Press 1976), posthumous1958
**Vol VI: The Disintegrations of Civilizations
* ''Hellenism: The History of a Civilization''. Oxoniae:( Oxford University Press, 1939)1959
*[[D. C. Somervell]], ''ABetween StudyOxus ofand History: Abridgement of Vols I-VIJumna'',. with a preface by ToynbeeOxoniae: (Oxford University Press 19461961)
* ''CivilizationAmerica onand Trialthe World Revolution''. Oxoniae: (Oxford University Press 1948)1962
* ''SomeThe ProblemsEconomy of Greekthe HistoryWestern Hemisphere''. Oxoniae: (Oxford University Press 1969)1962
*''The Prospects of Western Civilization'' (New York, Columbia University Press 1949). Lectures delivered at Columbia University on themes from a then-unpublished part of ''A Study of History''. Published “by arrangement with Oxford University Press in an edition limited to 400 copies and not to be reissued”.
*[[Albert Vann Fowler]] (editor), ''WarThe andPresent-Day Civilization,Experiment Selectionsin fromWestern A Study of HistoryCivilization'', with a preface by Toynbee (New. York,Oxoniae: Oxford University Press 1950)1962
*With [[Philip(cum Philippo Toynbee]],) ''Comparing Notes: A Dialogue across a Generation'': Londinii: (Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1963). "Conversations between Arnold Toynbee and his son, Philip … as they were recorded on tape."
*Introduction and translations, ''Twelve Men of Action in Greco-Roman History'' (Boston, Beacon Press 1952). Extracts from [[Thucydides]], [[Xenophon]], [[Plutarch]] and [[Polybius]].
* ''TheBetween World[[Niger]] and the West[[Nile]]''. Oxoniae: (Oxford University Press 19531965). [[Reith Lecture]]s for 1952.
* ''Hannibal's Legacy: The Hannibalic War's Effects on Roman Life''. Oxoniae: Oxford University Press 1965)
*''A Study of History''
* ''Change and Habit: The Challenge of Our Time''. Oxoniae: Oxford University Press 1966
**Vol VII: Universal States; Universal Churches
* ''Acquaintances''. Oxoniae::( Oxford University Press 1934)1967
**Vol VIII: Heroic Ages; Contacts between Civilizations in Space
* ''Between [[Oxus]]Maule and [[Jumna]]Amazon''. Oxoniae: (Oxford University Press 1961)1967
**Vol IX: Contacts between Civilizations in Time; Law and Freedom in History; The Prospects of the Western Civilization
*Editor, (edidit) ''Cities of Destiny''. Londinii: (Thames & Hudson 1967)
**Vol X: The Inspirations of Historians; A Note on Chronology
*Editor and principal contributor,(edidit) ''Man's Concern with Death''. Londinii: (Hodder & Stoughton 1968)
::(Oxford University Press 1954)
*Editor, (edidit) ''The Crucible of Christianity: Judaism, Hellenism and the Historical Background to the Christian Faith''. Londinii: (Thames & Hudson 1969)
*''An Historian's Approach to Religion'' (Oxford University Press 1956). [[Gifford Lectures]], [[University of Edinburgh]], 1952-1953.
*D. C. Somervell, ''A Study of History: Abridgement of Vols VII-XExperiences'',. withOxoniae: a preface by Toynbee (Oxford University Press, 1957)1969
* ''ChristianitySome among the ReligionsProblems of theGreek WorldHistory''. (New York, Scribner 1957; London,Oxoniae: Oxford University Press 1958). Hewett Lectures, delivered in 1956.1969
* ''DemocracyCities inon the Atomic AgeMove''. (Melbourne,Oxoniae: Oxford University Press under the auspices of the Australian Institute of International Affairs 1957). [[Dyason Lecture]]s, delivered in 1956.1970
*''East to(cum West:Kei AWakaizumi) Journey round''Surviving the WorldFuture''. Oxoniae: (Oxford University Press, 1958)1971
* ''A Study of History'' uno volumine. Londinii: Thames & Hudson, 1972
*''Hellenism: The History of a Civilization'' (Oxford University Press 1959, in Home University Library)
* ''Constantine Porphyrogenitus and His World''. Oxoniae: (Oxford University Press , 1973)
*With [[Edward D. Myers]], ''A Study of History''
* (edidit) ''Editor, Half the World: The History and Culture of China and Japan''. Londinii: (Thames & Hudson 1973)
**Vol XI: Historical Atlas and Gazetteer
* ''Toynbee on Toynbee: A Conversation between Arnold J. Toynbee and [[G. R. Urban]]''. New York:( Oxford University Press, 1959)1974
*D. C. Somervell, ''AMankind Studyand ofMother HistoryEarth: AbridgementA ofNarrative VolsHistory I-Xof inthe one volumeWorld'',. withOxoniae: a new preface by Toynbee and new tables (Oxford University Press, 1960)1976
* ''The Toynbee-Ikeda Dialogue: Man Himself Must Choose''; Richard L. Gage (editor). Oxoniae: Oxford University Press, 1976
*''A Study of History''
* ''Arnold Toynbee: A Selection from His Works''; E. W. F. Tomlin (editor). Oxoniae: Oxford University Press, 1978
**Vol XII: Reconsiderations
* ''The Greeks and Their Heritages''. Oxoniae::( Oxford University Press, 1961)1981
*[[Christian B. Peper]] (editor), ''An Historian's Conscience: The Correspondence of Arnold J. Toynbee and [[Columba Cary-Elwes]], Monk of [[Ampleforth]]'',; withChristian aB. forewordPeper by [[Lawrence L(editor). Toynbee]]Bostoniae: (Oxford UniversityBeacon Press; byOxoniae: arrangementOxford with BeaconUniversity Press, Boston 1987), posthumous
*''Between [[Oxus]] and [[Jumna]]'' (Oxford University Press 1961)
* (partim) ''The Survey of International Affairs'' 1925-1977
*''America and the World Revolution'' (Oxford University Press 1962). Public lectures delivered at the University of Pennsylvania, spring 1961.
* (partim edidit) ''Documents on International Affairs'' 1929-1973
*''The Economy of the Western Hemisphere'' (Oxford University Press 1962). Weatherhead Foundation Lectures delivered at the University of Puerto Rico, February 1962.
*''The Present-Day Experiment in Western Civilization'' (Oxford University Press 1962). Beatty Memorial Lectures delivered at McGill University, Montreal, 1961.
::''The three sets of lectures published separately in the UK in 1962 appeared in New York in the same year in one volume under the title America and the World Revolution and Other Lectures, Oxford University Press.''
*''Universal States'' (New York, Oxford University Press 1963). Separate publication of part of Vol VII of A Study of History.
*''Universal Churches'' (New York, Oxford University Press 1963). Separate publication of part of Vol VII of A Study of History.
*With [[Philip Toynbee]], ''Comparing Notes: A Dialogue across a Generation'' (Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1963). "Conversations between Arnold Toynbee and his son, Philip … as they were recorded on tape."
*''Between [[Niger]] and [[Nile]]'' (Oxford University Press 1965)
*''Hannibal's Legacy: The Hannibalic War's Effects on Roman Life''
**Vol I: Rome and Her Neighbours before Hannibal's Entry
**Vol II: Rome and Her Neighbours after Hannibal's Exit
::(Oxford University Press 1965)
*''Change and Habit: The Challenge of Our Time'' (Oxford University Press 1966). Partly based on lectures given at the University of Denver in the last quarter of 1964, and at New College, Sarasota, Florida and the University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee in the first quarter of 1965.
*''Acquaintances'' (Oxford University Press 1967)
*''Between Maule and Amazon'' (Oxford University Press 1967)
*Editor, ''Cities of Destiny'' (Thames & Hudson 1967)
*Editor and principal contributor, ''Man's Concern with Death'' (Hodder & Stoughton 1968)
*Editor, ''The Crucible of Christianity: Judaism, Hellenism and the Historical Background to the Christian Faith'' (Thames & Hudson 1969)
*''Experiences'' (Oxford University Press 1969)
*''Some Problems of Greek History'' (Oxford University Press 1969)
*''Cities on the Move'' (Oxford University Press 1970). Sponsored by the Institute of Urban Environment of the School of Architecture, Columbia University.
*''Surviving the Future'' (Oxford University Press 1971). Rewritten version of a dialogue between Toynbee and Professor [[Kei Wakaizumi]] of [[Kyoto Sangyo University]]: essays preceded by questions by Wakaizumi.
*With [[Jane Caplan]], ''A Study of History'', new one-volume abridgement, with new material and revisions and, for the first time, illustrations (Thames & Hudson 1972)
*''Constantine Porphyrogenitus and His World'' (Oxford University Press 1973)
*''Editor, Half the World: The History and Culture of China and Japan'' (Thames & Hudson 1973)
*''Toynbee on Toynbee: A Conversation between Arnold J. Toynbee and [[G. R. Urban]]'' (New York, Oxford University Press 1974)
*''Mankind and Mother Earth: A Narrative History of the World'' (Oxford University Press 1976), posthumous
*[[Richard L. Gage]] (editor), ''The Toynbee-Ikeda Dialogue: Man Himself Must Choose'' (Oxford University Press 1976), posthumous. The record of a conversation lasting several days.
*[[E. W. F. Tomlin]] (editor), ''Arnold Toynbee: A Selection from His Works'', with an introduction by Tomlin (Oxford University Press 1978), posthumous. Includes advance extracts from ''The Greeks and Their Heritages''.
*''The Greeks and Their Heritages'' (Oxford University Press 1981), posthumous
*[[Christian B. Peper]] (editor), ''An Historian's Conscience: The Correspondence of Arnold J. Toynbee and [[Columba Cary-Elwes]], Monk of [[Ampleforth]]'', with a foreword by [[Lawrence L. Toynbee]] (Oxford University Press by arrangement with Beacon Press, Boston 1987), posthumous
*''The Survey of International Affairs'' was published by Oxford University Press under the auspices of the Royal Institute of International Affairs between 1925 and 1977 and covered the years 1920-1963. Toynbee wrote, with assistants, the Pre-War Series (covering the years 1920-1938) and the War-Time Series (1938-1946), and contributed introductions to the first two volumes of the Post-War Series (1947-1948 and 1949-1950). His actual contributions varied in extent from year to year.
*A complementary series, ''Documents on International Affairs'', covering the years 1928-1963, was published by Oxford University Press between 1929 and 1973. Toynbee supervised the compilation of the first of the 1939-1946 volumes, and wrote a preface for both that and the 1947-1948 volume.
 
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*[http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/t#a3329 Opera A. J. Toynbee apud "Project Gutenberg"]
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*[http://www.bautz.de/bbkl/t/toynbee_a_j.shtml LargeBibliographia] bibliography of secondary literature, German language]{{Ling|Theodisce}}
 
==Bibliographia==
* {{cite book | author = [[William H. McNeill]] | title=, ''Arnold J. Toynbee: A Life''. |Oxoniae: location=Oxford | publisher=Oxford University Press, | year=1989. | id=ISBN 0-19-506335-X}}
 
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