Singularly enough, in this instance, "antiquarianism" and "folk-lore" proved equally at fault.
But let us have no antiquarianism about Dickens for Dickens is not an antiquity.
The first night, to prevent rivalry, was devoted to antiquarianism, and to the performance of extracts from the plays of Holberg.
However, the days of that old school of antiquarianism are numbered.
But Keats never was nor tried to be exact in his antiquarianism.
If antiquarianism pored, genius too meditated in this sublime industry.
Apart from antiquarianism, the hill of Uisneach is well worth seeing, for it is as strange in shape as it is beautiful in verdure.
But it would seem that even pedantry and antiquarianism are welcomed when they tell on behalf of the other side.
But let us have no antiquarianism about Dickens, for Dickens is not an antiquity.
In this we see that Mantegna's antiquarianism was not simply a youthful phase, but lasted till the very end of his career.