from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One versed in epigraphy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A student of, or one versed in, epigraphy.
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- noun a person who studies
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According to our epigraphist W. Eck (Universität zu Köln), the historical value of the inscription should be underlined.
That year, the distinguished scholar and epigraphist Stephanos Kumanudes became its Secretary, and he held the position until 1894.
Yet, later in the campaign, other entablature pieces with much longer erasures were identified, suggesting to our epigraphist Prof.W. Eck that we are dealing with the removal of two imperial names.
Last week Werner Eck and Peter Eich from the University of Köln (Germany) participated for the first time in the Sagalassos project, joining us after the premature death of our former epigraphist, H.
A few years ago, our own late epigraphist H. Devijver, doubting the presence of an erasure, identified the emperor as Marcus Aurelius, Commodus 'father, and the occasion of the dedication as Commodus' victory over the Parthians in A.D.
Schmoll is a Latinist of great learning, and, after Mommsen, the chief epigraphist of the world.
Huber together with Julius Euting, the Semitic epigraphist of
De Rossi, however, declared that no epigraphist could doubt that the verses are of the fourth and not the seventh century; still it is not easy to fit the lines to Liberius.
Addison Trent, the great epigraphist, who was to discourse to them on the inscriptions of Cnossus, the buried town of Crete.
The great epigraphist was, at this moment, three hundred and sixty-three and one-half miles -- to be precise -- out from New York.