Definition of Epigraphers
1. epigrapher [n] - See also: epigrapher
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Epigraphers
Literary usage of Epigraphers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Counsel Upon the Reading of Books by Morse Stephens (1902)
"The history of Greece is now being rewritten with more certain knowledge and in juster proportion, since the archaeologists, numismatists, and epigraphers ..."
2. Transactions of the Canadian Institute by Canadian Institute (1849-1914), Royal Canadian Institute (1895)
"However, the missing materials for the ancient history of India are now in the world's possession, and a little labour on the part of epigraphers, ..."
3. The Sanctuary of Athena Nike in Athens: Architectural Stages and Chronology by Ira S. Mark (1993)
"... served by some other official, the priestess of Athena Folias perhaps, is henceforth to have a priesthood of its own.61 60 A number of epigraphers have ..."
4. The Political Organization of Attica: A Study of the Demes, Trittyes, and by John S. Traill (1975)
"Furthermore, the preserved letters and traces, as reported by Pritchett and other epigraphers,5° indicate that the spelling was the ..."
5. The Edinburgh Review by Sydney Smith (1864)
"I Inscriptions, Christian and Jewish, in the Catacombs, 217—ewly Christian epigraphers, 220—De Rossi's Roman inscriptions, 226 —dated inscriptions, ..."