How to Write an Epigraph
Authors use epigraphs to capture the feeling of a chapter, book or other literary work with a short, insightful phrase. As a general rule, these bits of text relate directly to the action of the literary work in question. Occasionally, an author uses the...
Epigraphy also helps identify a forgery: epigraphic evidence formed part of the
discussion concerning the James Ossuary. The study of ancient handwriting, ...
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An inscription, as on a statue or building. 2. A motto or quotation, as at the
beginning of a literary composition, setting forth a theme.
The glyphs (well, researchers use the term 'signs' avoiding the culturally-laden 'glyph' designation) consist of 62 shapes cut into the block, or rather 28 different shapes, some of which are repeated for a total of 62 notations. The images on the Cascajal Block were e... More »
Define Epigraphics. Epigraphics synonyms, Epigraphics pronunciation,
Epigraphics translation, English dictionary definition of Epigraphics. n. 1. The
science or ...
Epigraphic definition, of or relating to epigraphs or epigraphy. See more.
The Epigraphic Database Heidelberg contains the texts of Latin and bilingual (i.e.
Latin-Greek) inscriptions of the Roman Empire. The epigraphic monuments ...
adjective ep·i·graph·ic \ˌe-pə-ˈgra-fik\. Definition of EPIGRAPHIC. : of or relating
to epigraphs or epigraphy. — ep·i·graph·i·cal·ly \-fi-k(ə-)lē\ adverb. Variants of ...
epigraphic. 2. Pronunciation: /ɪpɪˈɡrafɪk/. /ɛpɪˈɡrafɪk/. adjective. Example
sentences. And, naturally, the more interesting component for the epigraphic ...