Archaeography Ar`ch[ae]*og"ra*phy ([aum]r`k[-e]*[o^]g"r[.a]*f[y^]), n. [Gr. 'archai^os ancient + -graphy.] A description of, or a treatise on, antiquity or antiquities. [1913 Webster]

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