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  • n. Plural form of epigraphist.


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  • Both sides marshaled the local residents of Ayodhya, adherents to their respective religions, clerics, priests, historians, archaeologists, epigraphists and book authors who spoke about whether Muslims or Hindus were using the disputed site for religious purposes before 1950, what the religious texts and traditions suggest, and what the history and archaeology of the place reveal.

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  • Ipsambul or Abu Símbal have proved treasures to epigraphists.

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  • Frank Carpentier and Tom De Cort thus had to remain for about 20 minutes while our epigraphists were taking pictures of the inscriptions on three column fragments, each one weighing about 100 kilos, discussing it and dictating the text to one another.

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  • Further analysis should be carried out by our team of epigraphists.

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  • Orientalists and epigraphists, and whose school of medicine, placed under the control of the University of France, forms a nursery for native physicians; it has a library and a printing-press supplied with Latin and Arabic characters; it publishes a journal and an

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 15: Tournely-Zwirner

  • _Indian Antiquary_, [159] discusses at length this phase of the work of the epigraphists in India, holding that many of these forgeries were made about the end of the eleventh century.

    The Hindu-Arabic Numerals

  • I have always loved the art of the epigraphists, and I wanted to quote some examples, including (1) an inscription for a sun-dial, (2) an inscription for a memorial to Lord

    The Adventure of Living : a Subjective Autobiography

  • The coaching in research methods and techniques as part of the course enables students to pursue Ph. D with ease after completing their M.A. An M.A. qualification in the Integrated five-year History course makes the candidates eligible for taking up jobs of Assistant Professors, archaeologists, museum curators, epigraphists, journalists, translators, and tour operators and guides, Dr. Rajendran said.

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  • I'm not sure if this is going to make epigraphists more or less scary.

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  • (set up in 1993) involves, under the supervision of the archaeologist Ramon Carrasco, archaeologists, architects, engineers, conservators and epigraphists, besides other specialists. - latest science and technology news stories


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