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- adj. Of or pertaining to an epigraph or to epigraphy
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- adj. Of or pertaining to epigraphs or to epigraphy
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of, pertaining to, or bearing an epigraph or inscription; of or pertaining to epigraphy.
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If her affection for rich, epigraphic lines sometimes tempts her to sound pretentious, more often she writes the kind of lovely, wise phrases that will have you underlining passages.
Scholars seem disappointed to "find that the records (mostly epigraphic) of these countries do not furnish much information on different economic professions, nor is there any reference to a Khmer or any other coinage, though one can hardly doubt the circulation of coinage on the progressive economic life in those countries."
It is also an excellent survey of all the sources (literary and epigraphic) that mention Berenice.
Let me create these choric codas throughout the manuscript that would signal mood changes and serve as epigraphic accents at key points in the manuscript.
Chapter 2 examines archeological, sculptural, and epigraphic evidence up to the reign of King Jayavarman II 802–850 in order to establish the long connection of Khmer dance with both temples and monarchs.
I tried to focus the most attention on neglected evidence, such as the statements of non-Jews about Jewish beliefs and practices, and the inscriptional and epigraphic evidence, rather than simply revisiting texts that are well-known, and so inevitably some well-accepted understandings of primary source material were at times assumed rather than defended.
Note 71: Ibid.; source of the epigraphic "how to get up" is Stephen [Gaskin], Monday Night Class, . back
In addition, Current Epigraphy has become a platform for collaborative readings of inscriptions by bringing together scholars from all over the world to help solve epigraphic conundrums.
Prior to that, he spent nine years 1988-1997 heading the epigraphic efforts at Chicago House in Luxor, Egypt.
From the abstract of Schumacher's Etruscan and Rhaetic inscriptions from a linguistic and epigraphic point of view 1970, we'd think that pursuing a relationship between Etruscan and Rhaetic is utterly futile: "Une parentée entre les langues rhètes et la langue étrusque ne peut être démontrée."