of or relating to epigraphs or epigraphy.
of the style characteristic of epigraphs.
- Also ep·i·graph·i·cal .
- ep·i·graph·i·cal·ly, adverb
Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2024
How to use epigraphic in a sentence
Who else would know the sacred language sufficiently well to attain this degree of epigraphic platitude?The Surprises of Life | Georges Clemenceau
The first epigraphic occurrence of Jawa is in an inscription of 1343.
And yet, considering the nature of epigraphic documents, the arrangement according to place was the only rational one.Introduction to the Study of History | Charles V. Langlois
The temple and its invaluable epigraphic treasures became known towards the middle of the sixteenth century.Pagan and Christian Rome | Rodolfo Lanciani
Meantime his reputation as master of epigraphic style increased and he was placed in a class of his own above all competitors.The Jesuits, 1534-1921 | Thomas J. Campbell