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palaeography

(ˌpælɪˈɒɡrəfɪ)
n
1. (Historical Terms) the study of the handwritings of the past, and often the manuscripts as well, so that they may be dated, read, etc, and may serve as historical and literary sources
2. (Historical Terms) a handwriting of the past
palaeˈographer n
palaeographic, ˌpalaeoˈgraphical adj

paleography, palaeography

1. ancient forms of writing, as in inscriptions, documents, and manuscripts.
2. the study of ancient writings, including decipherment, translation, and determination of age and date. — paleographer, palaeographer, n.paleographic, palaeographic, adj.
See also: Writing
1. ancient forms of writing, as in inscriptions, documents, and manuscripts.
2. the study of ancient writings, including decipherment, translation, and determination of age and date. — paleographer, palaeographer, n. — paleographic, palaeographic, adj.
See also: Literature
the study of ancient writings, including inscriptions. — paleographer, palaeographer, n.paleographic, palaeographic, adj. papyrology the study of ancient writings on papyrus. — papyrologist, n.
See also: Antiquity
Translations

palaeography

[ˌpælɪˈɒgrəfɪ] Npaleografía f
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Its authors consider the manuscript in all its major aspects ranging through the historical, the palaeographical and the philological.
Among their topics are metrology and scribal traditions in the ancient Near East, the role of Babylon in Babylonian scribal education, the local scribal tradition in the land of Mari and Assyrian state scribal practice: palaeographical characteristics of Middle Assyrian documents from Tell Taban, how to designate women as having both genders: a note on the scribal traditions in the land of Astata, Hittite scribal culture and Syria: palaeography and cuneiform transmission.
To achieve this goal, the supervisor will directly coach the applicant and work together with him on a daily basis in order to transfer him all the specific papyrological, palaeographical and philological competences necessary for its immediate preparation.
Closure and Playfulness in the Last Sentence', starts with a review of the palaeographical evidence and refutes the hypothesis of a missing ending of the Metamorphoses.
In short, miscellanies have been used for literary, historiographical, and palaeographical studies of individual texts and authors, but more recently a shift has occurred to examining miscellanies as whole volumes, exploring their varied meanings for authors, compilers, multiple owners, and varied readers.
69) that vitiated two of his earlier publications: all Machiavelli scholars agree, on orthographical and palaeographical grounds, that the text now known as The Natures of Florentine Men was not written as a draft for unfinished chapters of the Histories but rather dates to 1506-1508.
Parkes, English Cursive Book Hands, 1250-1500, Oxford Palaeographical Handbooks (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1969), 13.
Lawrence's principal research is on Western medieval liturgical chant, with a particular emphasis on palaeographical, reportorial and codicological studies of manuscript sources from the British Isles and northern Europe.
can] determine a palaeographical homogeneity in terms of notation and calligraphy'.
I would like to take the opportunity to announce that the Center for Epigraphical and Palaeographical Studies of the State University of Ohio, directed by the illustrious Frank T.
Codices Latini Antiquiores: a palaeographical guide to Latiu manuscripts prior to the ninth century, 3, 4 e 11 vol.
Palaeographical marks include [degrees] [degrees] for script in another hand (interpolation), [ ] for cancelled text, [and] for interpolations, [?