1. a person who is an authority on history and who studies it and writes about it
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How To Use historiographer In A Sentence

  • Dorman is an international leader in the study of the ancient Near East, and in particular the field of Egyptology, in which he is a noted historiographer, epigrapher and philologist. Archive 2008-10-01
  • He had been reading the Report of the Agricultural Survey of the Commonwealth, and had found good things in it; but it was easy to see that he felt towards the author much as soldiers do towards the historiographer who follows the camp, more good nature than reverence for the gownsman. Uncollected Prose
  • He is an expert historiographer, making this book an outstanding addition to studies of generalship in the Civil War's final campaigns.
  • 146 Historiographer should be the twelfth booke, which is the The Faerie Queene — Volume 01
  • The ruling historiographers of science cannot be freed from the reproach that they have read Galileo's writings too selectively.
  • Patricia's ‘free and insightful’ interpretation of facts is essential to the historiographer openly seeking a fresh viewpoint on old ideas.
  • History, the great historiographer Fernand Braudel once said, is ‘a web of problems… a fleeting spectacle ’.
  • The beginning therefore of my history, if it were to be told by an historiographer, should be the twelfth booke, which is the last; where Prefaces and Prologues to Famous Books with Introductions, Notes and Illustrations
  • Therefore, as to the true history, no historiographer could depict it clearly within one or two words.
  • The historiographer is more of the simple annalist, while the historian seems to have a more open field for reflection and eloquence. A Philosophical Dictionary
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