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  • noun Plural form of paleographist.


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  • But the _Slóvo_ had been twice published previous to that date, and had been examined by many learned paleographists, who decided that the chirography belonged to the end of the fourteenth century or the beginning of the fifteenth century.

    A Survey of Russian Literature, with Selections Isabel Florence Hapgood 1889

  • -- A work on this subject has long been promised by Dr. Graves, and is anxiously expected by paleographists.

    An Illustrated History of Ireland from AD 400 to 1800 Mary Frances Cusack 1864


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