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Definition of Aristarchian

Aristarchian
Aristarchian Ar`is*tar"chi*an, a. Severely critical.

Meaning of Aristarchian from wikipedia

- Aristarchus may refer to: Aristarchus of Tegea (5th century BC), Gr**** writer Aristarchus of Athens, (5th century BC), one of the leaders of the Athenian...
- Aristarchian symbols are editorial marks developed during the ****enistic period and the early Roman empire for annotating then-ancient Gr**** texts—mainly...
- grains of sand in a stadium-sphere. Archimedes had estimated that the Aristarchian Universe was 1014 stadia in diameter, so there would accordingly be (1014)3...
- word dividers. Annotation – Item of metadata attached to a do****ent Aristarchian symbols – Marks to annotate ancient Gr**** texts Dagger (mark) – Symbol...
- Aristophanes' student, in turn, Aristarchus, from whom they earned the name of "Aristarchian symbols". While the asterisk (asteriscus) was used for corrective additions...
- Aristophanes' student, in turn, Aristarchus, from whom they earned the name of "Aristarchian symbols". In some commercial and financial do****ents, especially in Germany...
- textual signs (semeia) and from some point on these signs were called Aristarchian symbols. The historical connection of his name to literary criticism...
- question Gr**** ligatures Gr**** braille Gr**** minuscule Textual criticism Aristarchian symbols Obelism Dagger (typography) Gr**** numerals Attic numerals Isopsephy...
- of words. Later Aristarchus of Samothrace modified this system (see: Aristarchian symbols). Following the advent of printing, most Gr**** punctuation was...