historian

英 [hɪ'stɔːrɪən] 美 [hɪ'stɔrɪən]
  • n. 历史学家
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historian 历史学家

来自history,历史。

historian (n.)
mid-15c., from Middle French historien (14c.), from Latin historia (see history). As "writer of history in the higher sense" (distinguished from a mere annalist or chronicler), from 1530s. The Old English word was þeod-wita.
[T]he historian's fallacy is the error of assuming that a man who has a given historical experience knows it, when he has had it, to be all that a historian would know it to be, with the advantage of historical perspective. [David Hackett Fischer, "Historians' Fallacies," 1970]
1. The historian Yakut described it picturesquely as a "mother of castles".
历史学家雅库特把它形象地描述为“城堡之母”。

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2. An art historian and collector, he was also a practising architect.
他身为艺术历史学家和收藏家,同时也是一名从业建筑师。

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3. Historian Michael Beschloss debunks a few myths.
历史学家迈克尔·贝施洛斯破除了几个不实传言。

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4. He calls himself a historian, but his books are a mere journalism.
他自称为历史学家, 但是他的书都是些肤浅的通俗作品.

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5. My father was a historian of repute. His speciality was the history of Germany.
我的父亲是一名颇有名气的历史学家,他专门研究德国历史。

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