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English citations of archæologistic
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- 1865, Robert Kerr, The Gentleman’s House, John Murray; Part 4, Chapter I., page #341:
- […]or, not to notice minor modes, Mediæval in any one of its multifarious forms, eleventh century or twelfth, thirteenth or fourteenth, whichever you please,— feudalistic or monastic, scholastic or ecclesiastic, archæologistic or ecclesiologistic, and indeed a good many more.