Definition of Historiographer. Meaning of Historiographer. Synonyms of Historiographer

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Definition of Historiographer

Historiographer
Historiographer His*to`ri*og"ra*pher, n. [L. historiographus, Gr. ?; ? history + ? to write: cf. F. historiographe.] An historian; a writer of history; especially, one appointed or designated to write a history; also, a title bestowed by some governments upon historians of distinction.

Meaning of Historiographer from wikipedia

- of history", and historiographer meant "historian". In that sense certain official historians were given the title "Historiographer Royal" in Sweden (from...
- Historiographer Royal for Scotland is still an existing appointment. Historiographer Royal (Denmark) Historiographer Royal (England) Historiographer Royal...
- In England the office of Historiographer Royal, a historian under the official patronage of the royal court, was created in 1660 with an annual salary...
- stagecraft and songwriting, the singer's role playing is evident: historiographer Michael Campbell says that Bowie's lyrics "arrest our ear, without...
- known in Latin as historiographus regni, i.e. Historiographer of the Realm or Royal Historiographer), existed in Sweden from the early 17th century...
- polities are still the subject of some debate among Southeast Asian historiographers, but the current scholarly consensus is that there was probably little...
- Falkland FRS FRSE (1744–1826) was a Scottish academic, politician and historiographer to the East India Company. He was born in Fife in 1744 or 1745 the...
- strongly verified sites for the cities have been found. The ancient Gr**** historiographer Strabo states that locals living near Moasada (as opposed to Masada)...
- The Historiographer Royal is a member of the Royal household of Scotland. The office was created in 1681, and was in abeyance from 1709 until 1763 when...
- title the Catholic Monarchs; subsequently, this event was seen by historiographers as the dawn of a unified Spain. At this time, though united by marriage...
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