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Definition of Historic
HistoricHistoric His*tor"ic, Historical His*tor"ic*al, a. [L.
historicus, Gr. ?: cf. F. historique. See History.]
Of or pertaining to history, or the record of past events;
as, an historical poem; the historic page. --
His*tor"ic*al*ness, n. -- His*to*ric"i*ty, n.
There warriors frowning in historic brass. --Pope.
Historical painting, that branch of painting which
represents the events of history.
Historical sense, that meaning of a passage which is
deduced from the circumstances of time, place, etc., under
which it was written.
The historic sense, the capacity to conceive and represent
the unity and significance of a past era or age.
Meaning of Historic from wikipedia
- word historiography. The adjective historical
from 1661, and historic
from 1669. Historians write
in the context
own time, and with...
is the idea of attributing meaningful significance
and time, such as historical
place, and local
- The National Register
of Historic Places
(NRHP) is the United States federal
list of districts, sites, buildings, structures
- Historic districts
in the United States
are designated historic districts recognizing
of buildings, properties, or sites
by one of several
is the historical actuality
and events, meaning
part of history
- value. Historic sites
are usually protected
by law, and many have been recognized
with the official national historic
site status. A historic
- A historic district
or heritage district
is a section
of a city which contains older buildings considered valuable
- Historic England
(officially the Historic Buildings
and Monuments Commission
for England) is an executive
body of the British...
- In the law regulating historic districts
in the United
States, a contributing property
or contributing resource
is any building, object, or structure
- of the National Register
of Historic Places began
in 1966 when the United States government
p****ed the National Historic Preservation
Act (NHPA), which...
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