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What does paleographic mean?

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  1. Of or pertaining to paleography.
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Gossett's contribution to the Textual Introduction stresses the paleographic aspects of the editorial task, including the description, history, and nature of the manuscript.
The collection includes catalogues of manuscript collections, facsimiles of manuscripts, and paleographic samples.
A decade later, however, Lunt argued in favour of such a distinction, illustrating his point with paleographic, phonological and other differences.
Finally, the fragment provides some paleographic evidence that will be useful for other papyrologists.
The type and variety of script used, and especially the style of writing, often allow paleographic dating.
Such a comparison not only establishes a close paleographic parallel but it also raises the question of genre and audience.

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