Definition of Epigraphist

1. n. A student of, or one versed in, epigraphy.



Definition of Epigraphist

1. Noun. a person who studies epigraphy (inscriptions) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Epigraphist

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Medical Definition of Epigraphist

1. A student of, or one versed in, epigraphy. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Epigraphist

epigrammatizes
epigrammatizing
epigramme
epigrammes
epigrammist
epigrammists
epigrams
epigraph
epigrapher
epigraphers
epigraphic
epigraphical
epigraphically
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epigraphist (current term)
epigraphists
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epigynes
epigynies
epigynous
epigyny
epihalohydrin
epihalohydrins
epihyal
epihyal bone
epihyal ligament
epihyals

Literary usage of Epigraphist

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1. Spolia Zeylanica by Colombo Museum, National Museums of Sri Lanka, National Museums of Ceylon (1908)
"APPENDIX. Remarks on Metal Inscriptions. BY DON M. DE Z. WICKREMASINGHE, epigraphist (OXFORD). THE inscription at the base of the statuette of ..."

2. Annual Report of the Archaeological Department, Southern Circle, Madras by Archaeological Survey of India (1903)
"After some correspondence tho Government epigraphist informed mo in his letter, No. 490, dated 14th October 1903, that his assistant had finished his work ..."

3. Lectures Upon the Assyrian Language and Syllabary: Delivered to Students of ...by Archibald Henry Sayce by Archibald Henry Sayce (1877)
"Ordinarily, the philologist must content himself merely with that knowledge of epigraphy needful for his purpose, the epigraphist with that knowledge of ..."

4. American Journal of Archaeology by Archaeological Institute of America (1891)
"The epigraphist may and will benefit by its results; but the collection is prepared especially for the student of jurisprudence, who wishes to pursue his ..."

5. A History of Classical Scholarship by John Edwin Sandys (1908)
"Kirchhoff Berlin was the life-long home of the classical scholar and epigraphist, Adolf Kirchhoff (1826—1908), who became a member of the Academy in ..."

6. Society and Politics in Ancient Rome: Essays and Sketches by Frank Frost Abbott (1909)
"Thus, for instance, Donius, an epigraphist of the seventeenth century, fresh from the chagrin which his deceitful amanuensis Grata had caused him, ..."

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