TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «HOROGRAPHER»
The term «horographer» is used very little and occupies the 167.926
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HOROGRAPHER»
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A Companion to Greek and Roman Historiography
... inserted in chronological sequence. The passage is so important as an
illustration of the method and style of the horographer that it deserves to be
quoted in full: As Philochorus makes clear in the sixth book of his Atthis, writing
verbatim as ...
Literary Texts and the Roman Historian
To see in Tacitus the intellectual descendent of the first person to record the
events of a city in a temple chronicle, helps neither to explain Tacitus nor our
theoretical original horographer. To see Polybius as an intellectual child of
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''1 unreservedly recommend this course to an body sincerely interested in
ecormng a proficient horographer. Any student w o faithfully follows your
instructions cannot hel but become well-grounde in this craft." N. W., Chicago, Ill.
"Your training ...
North, South, East, West: American Indians and the Natural World
American Indians and the Natural World Marsha C. Bol. HQPI WOMEN
CARRYING WATER FROM THE VALLEY TO THE MESA-TOP VILLAGE OF
MISHQNGNOVI, ABOUT I900 (OPPOSiTE BOTTOM). (I'horographer unknown.
The Ionian revolt also featured in the writings of the 'Horographer' (local annalist)
Charon of Lampsacus (FGrHist 262 F 10), but his relation to Herodotus is not
clear. He wrote about his native Lampsacus — but also (a separate work) about ...
Chambers English-Hindi Dictionary
... s?ï jTPTT, 5ST 4? 5ГТЧТ hornblende п. ^ГЧ«#5 (<afa □) hornet я. ?rsr, fa?, <тт
, чтг hornito п. äter Я^ТЧГГС ЧТТ f4 hornpipe л. fíH чпч (strata гт 4>t sr^rf); глр
чгечтгтчсч; ^r^ ет horography п. 4ft ЯТЧп'; ЛчТ ЗПЧТ; л. horographer srfttfra; Я^
Sureśa Avasthī, Indujā Avasthī, 1981
Dictionnaire français-anglais et anglais-français, abrégé
C'HOROGRAPHER[kordgraph'r], I. celui qui fail une description des pays et des
régions particulières. Chorographical , adj. cho- rographique. Cuorographicai.lt ,
adv. selon les règles de la eboro- griiphie. Chorography , s. chorogra- phie , f.
... geht nun zu Ende he manipulates the allegorizing numbers in a manner
recalling an ingenious contemporary horographer. '7 and how widespread that
scienlia might have been before Bach (in Buxtehude, Schütz)." — As to Heinrich
Kungl. Humanistiska vetenskapssamfundet i Lund, 1966
The Classical Quarterly
country, physical peculiarity, talents. Yet he had no success : the hymn was used
as Homeric by Thucydides, and all the rhapsode achieved was to fasten his own
blindness on his master. Hippostratus the Sicilian horographer gives us the clue
John Percival Postgate, Edward Vernon Arnold, Frederick William Hall, 1913
The Journal of Hellenic Studies
I wish only to 138. exhibit the continuity. "The horographer Creophylus F.II.O. iv. n
Damastes made him tenth from Musaeus 371 probably belonged to the family. ^
a. found material in the heroic civilisation for an eVtSetft?, as 22 T. W. ALLEN.