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The development of genealogy as a "scientific" discipline i.

Genealogical antiquaries recognised the evidential value for their researches of non-textual sources, including seals and church monuments. Many early modern antiquaries were also chorographers : that is to say, they recorded landscapes and monuments within regional or national descriptions. In England, some of the most important of these took the form of county histories.

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In the context of the 17th-century scientific revolution , and more specifically that of the " Quarrel of the Ancients and the Moderns " in England and France, the antiquaries were firmly on the side of the "Moderns". Antiquaries had always attracted a degree of ridicule see below , and since the midth century the term has tended to be used most commonly in negative or derogatory contexts.

Nevertheless, many practising antiquaries continue to claim the title with pride. In recent years, in a scholarly environment in which interdisciplinarity is increasingly encouraged, many of the established antiquarian societies see below have found new roles as facilitators for collaboration between specialists.

Terminological distinctions[ edit ] Antiquaries and antiquarians[ edit ] "Antiquary" was the usual term in English from the 16th to the midth centuries to describe a person interested in antiquities the word "antiquarian" being generally found only in an adjectival sense.

Antiquaries and historians[ edit ] From the 16th to the 19th centuries, a clear distinction was perceived to exist between the interests and activities of the antiquary and the historian.

The skills of the antiquary tended to be those of the critical examination and interrogation of his sources, whereas those of the historian were those of the philosophical and literary reinterpretation of received narratives. Francis Bacon in described readings of the past based on antiquities which he defined as "Monuments, Names, Wordes, Proverbes, Traditions, Private Recordes, and Evidences, Fragments of stories, Passages of Bookes, that concerne not storie, and the like" as "unperfect Histories".

Rosemary Sweet suggests that 18th-century antiquaries In English, however, the word either as antiquarian or antiquary very rarely carries this sense.

An antiquarian is primarily a student of ancient books, documents, artefacts or monuments. Many antiquarians have also built up extensive personal collections in order to inform their studies, but a far greater number have not; and conversely many collectors of books or antiques would not regard themselves or be regarded as antiquarians. The Puzzle : etching by John Bowles.

In one variation on a recurrent joke, four antiquaries struggle to decipher what seems to be an ancient inscription, but which is in fact a crude memorial in English to Claud Coster, tripe -seller, and his wife.

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Pejorative associations[ edit ] Le Singe Antiquaire c. For all these reasons they frequently became objects of ridicule. Thomas Rowlandson 's caricature, Death and the Antiquaries, A group of antiquaries cluster eagerly around the exhumed corpse of a king, oblivious to the jealous figure of Death aiming his dart at one of them. The image was inspired by the opening of the tomb of Edward I in Westminster Abbey by the Society of Antiquaries in The connoisseur Horace Walpole , who shared many of the antiquaries' interests, was nonetheless emphatic in his insistence that the study of cultural relics should be selective and informed by taste and aesthetics.

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He deplored the more comprehensive and eclectic approach of the Society of Antiquaries, and their interest in the primitive past. In he wrote: The antiquaries will be as ridiculous as they used to be; and since it is impossible to infuse taste into them, they will be as dry and dull as their predecessors. One may revive what perished, but it will perish again, if more life is not breathed into it than it enjoyed originally.

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Their Saxon and Danish discoveries are not worth more than monuments of the Hottentots ; and for Roman remains in Britain, they are upon a foot with what ideas we should get of Inigo Jones , if somebody was to publish views of huts and houses that our officers run up at Senegal and Goree.

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