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Provenance   /prˈɑvənəns/   Listen
Provenance

noun
1.
Where something originated or was nurtured in its early existence.  Synonyms: birthplace, cradle, place of origin, provenience.






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"Provenance" Quotes from Famous Books



... proclaimed; the use of images was allowed and purgatory disallowed; the real presence in the sacrament was strongly affirmed. The significance of the articles, however, is not so much their Lutheran provenance, as in their promulgation {302} by the crown. It was the last step in the enslavement of religion. "This king," as Luther remarked, "wants to be God. He founds articles of faith, which even ...
— The Age of the Reformation • Preserved Smith

... Governor of the Philippines in 1593; and in 1785 a Jesuit philologist, Hervas y Panduro, printed Tagalog texts from a then extant copy. Yet, since that time no example is recorded as having been seen by bibliographer or historian. The provenance of the present one is but imperfectly known. In the spring of 1946 William H. Schab, a New York dealer, was in Paris, and heard through a friend of the existence of a 1593 Manila book. He expressed such incredulity at this information that his friend, ...
— Doctrina Christiana • Anonymous

... borrowed at various times and more or less naturalized, but which are now being driven out of the language, are the following: confrere, congee, cortege, dishabille, distrait, ensemble, fete, flair, mellay (now melee), nonchalance, provenance, renconter, &c. On the other hand, it is satisfactory to note that 'employee' appears to be ...
— Society for Pure English, Tract 3 (1920) - A Few Practical Suggestions • Society for Pure English

... above described, for the latter consists of two columns each on obverse and reverse, as against three columns each in the case of our two tablets. We thus have the interesting proof that as early as 2000 B.C. there were already several editions of the Epic. As to the provenance of our two tablets, there are no definite data, but it is likely that they were found by natives in the mounds at Warka, from which about the year 1913, many tablets came into the hands of dealers. It is likely that where two tablets of a series were found, others of ...
— An Old Babylonian Version of the Gilgamesh Epic • Anonymous



Words linked to "Provenance" :   rootage, origin, root, beginning, provenience, source



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