Antiquaries [noun]

Definition of Antiquaries:

one who collects specimens

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Sentence/Example of Antiquaries:

He produced some other works of great merit, which mark him a profound antiquary.

The Ashmolean museum, at Oxford, England, founded for the purpose of receiving the antiquary's "twelve cartloads of rarities."

Philip Carteret Webb died; a distinguished English lawyer and antiquary.

Roger Gale, an English antiquary, died; esteemed one of the most learned and polite scholars of the age.

Edward Lhuyd died; a celebrated antiquary and linguist, and keeper of the Ashmolean museum.

Will any antiquary versed in Celtic customs explain whether this claim of possession grew out of any Celtic usage of tenancy?

He is represented by a local antiquary as less popular in that city than elsewhere in Devonshire.

Iolo Morganwg, a well-known Welsh antiquary, used to relate a curious tradition concerning this rock.

Something more than a partiality for the novelist takes me now and then to the scene of the antiquary—Aberbrothock, or Arbroath.

It would be no unamusing task for an antiquary with human instincts to dig and delve until he had re-peopled every residence.