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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
1. The study of ancient inscriptions.
2. Inscriptions collectively.
From Greek epi- (on, upon) + -graph (writing). Earliest documented use: 1851.
"An example of ancient epigraphy was found by early Bermudians, carved into a rock 70 feet above the sea."
Local Historian Debunks the 'Spanish' in Spanish Rock; The Royal Gazette (Bermuda); Nov 4, 1999.
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A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:I am only one, / But still I am one. / I cannot do everything, / But still I can do something; / And because I cannot do everything, / I will not refuse to do the something that I can do. -Edward Everett Hale, author (1822-1909)