calendarer

calendarer

(ˈkælɪndərə)
n
a person who calendars
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But it was also clear by now that he could not give the required time and attention to the demanding work of a parish and to the no less demanding work of a calendarer at the Public Record Office.
Stevenson, bowing to the inevitable, resigned as a calendarer but retained his post as an editor of the Rolls Series.
Green and the calendarers who followed her methods may be seen as the first historians to ransack archives for telling anecdotes, such as we now associate with the pioneering work of Natalie Zemon Davis or Carlos Ginsberg.
What the calendarers were experiencing by dating and assembling items from the bags, boxes, and bundles of documents being gathered together under the auspices of the Public Records Act--and what the Calendars would disseminate to all historians--were the practical, detailed, material conditions that formed the context for policy considerations as well as the accidental circumstances that intruded on decision-making of world historical import.