Definition of Epigraphists

1. Noun. (plural of epigraphist) ¹



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Definition of Epigraphists

1. epigraphist [n] - See also: epigraphist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Epigraphists

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

Literary usage of Epigraphists

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1. M. Tulli Ciceronis Tusculanarum Disputationum Libri Quinque by Marcus Tullius Cicero, Thomas Wilson Dougan, Robert Mitchell Henry (1905)
"... many of them famous epigraphists, at the several libraries that I have visited, and they have in every instance declared that they do not know of any ..."

2. The American Journal of Archaeology and of the History of the Fine Arts by Archaeological Institute of America (1885)
"Many archaeologists and epigraphists are well acquainted with it, and have repeatedly examined the inscription, trying to solve the difficulties which it ..."

3. The Baptist Quarterly by Baptist Historical Society (1870)
"epigraphists as the ... Christian inscriptions are found scattered through the works of the epigraphists, from the end of the fifteenth century to our own ..."

4. The Lettering of an Athenian Mason by Stephen V. Tracy (1975)
"But there is no implication that all epigraphists should attempt to do the same, ... On the other hand, there are old-style epigraphists who disdain any ..."

5. The New International Encyclopaedia edited by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby (1906)
"During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries the attention of epigraphists was given rather to the acquisition of new material from the gradually opening ..."

6. The Book of the Courtier by Baldassarre Castiglione (1903)
"Much of the mist that shrouded it for centuries has now been dispelled by the epigraphists. Both Dante and Petrarch were great lovers of ..."

7. The Cambridge Medieval History by John Bagnell Bury, James Pounder Whitney (1913)
"(The inscriptions discovered after 1872 have been published by F. Fita and other epigraphists in BRAH.) Le Blant. Inscriptions chre'tiennes de la Gaule. ..."

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