paleographical love


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • 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.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • 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.

    What does this say?

  • A year of paleographical training would probably have helped, I know, but that was not a pleasant experience.

    Archival Discoveries

  • 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.

    The Plainsong and Medieval Music Society

  • (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.

    The Voyage of Verrazzano A Chapter in the Early History of Maritime Discovery in America


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