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Antiquarians

Clutterbuck, Cuthbert
retired captain, devoted to study of antiquities. [Br. Lit.: The Monastery]
Oldbuck, Jonathan
learned and garrulous antiquary. [Br. Lit.: The Antiquary]
Teufelsdroeckh, Herr
eccentric German philosopher and professor. [Br. Lit.: Sartor Resartus; Brewer Handbook, 1088]
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Another example of antiquarian fascination for the past in the past is presented in 'Early Abbasid antiquarianism: Al-Ma'mun and the Pyramid of Cheops' by Cooperson.
Mr Curry served as president of Sunderland Antiquarian Society and was a member of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne.
th] anniversary of William Shakespeare's birth in 2014, the California International Antiquarian Book Fair(Book Fair) will pay tribute to the Bard when it opens its doors from February 7 - 9 at the Pasadena Convention Center.
He said: "We have a really excellent stock of antiquarian books.
Specific topics include an unusual Bronze Age hoard from Kislassagh in County Longford, the South Munster Antiquarian Society, prehistorical reindeer trapping by stone-walled pitfalls, a Mesolithic-Neolithic settlement and cemetery site in northern Latvia, the complex hunger-gatherer and the transition to farming, and an annotated list of Ireland's terrestrial extinct and living mammals.
A first edition of James Joyce's Ulysses has been sold to a private buyer at the Antiquarian Book Fair in London for GBP275,000, reportedly the highest price recorded for a 20th-century first edition.
The manuscript which is 80cm by 120cm was displayed in the Antiquarian Book Fair which is being hosted for the first time at the event.
Allen and Patricia Ahearn, both members of the Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America, became booksellers in 1962, specializing in first editions, a specialty that continues today.
Despite such difficulties (indeed, because Egyptian artifacts were so esoteric) the antiquarian set developed a fascination for all things Egyptian.
Probably because of the cinema, the bearded, bispectacled, pipe-smoking gentleman in his worn tweed jacket sporting a British accent has become, in the eyes of the public, the epitome of the antiquarian book dealer.