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- adj. Alternative form of paleographic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Based on or connected with paleography; relating to paleography.
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As teaching resources, they make the kind of intense paleographical work I did with Professor Dutschke possible in a way that before it would not have been outside of a few select places ten years ago.
Credit: Susan Weld who about 15 years ago gave a fascinating talk at Harvard on how she upended long-running paleographical debates over 2,000 year old bamboo strips from the Han dynasty of China using these tools.
A year of paleographical training would probably have helped, I know, but that was not a pleasant experience.
Each record is complemented by paleographical and codicological analyses, and the whole by a bibliography, by comprehensive indices of incipits and subjects, and by eight full-page plates.
(Critical editions in Latin with historical and paleographical introduction in French, maintained by Fabienne Pironet.)
No paleographical description of it, however, has yet been published, from which the period of its construction might be determined, or the congruity of its parts verified.