Origin of historiographer
Related formshis·to·ri·og·ra·pher·ship, noun
Examples from the Web for historiographer
For the Methode of a Poet historical is not such, as of an Historiographer.Spenser|R. W. Church
Now, as to the words of the historiographer, speaking in his own person.
Dryden did not abjure his new faith on the Revolution, and so lost his office and pension as laureate and historiographer royal.
He was made gentleman of the chamber and historiographer of France.Voltaire|John Morley
Neither in the works of Paul himself, nor in that of his historiographer, is any intimation to any such effect to be found.