In the same chapel is shown an arm of Titus Livius, with this epigraph.
This aphorism might serve as an epigraph to Tristrem Varick.
That of the long poem afterwards called Anactoria has neither a title nor the Greek epigraph from Sappho.
It bears this Epigraph, "Ecce Ego admirationem faciam populo huic, miraculo grandi et stupendo."
The head is well cut; the features have individuality and expression; the epigraph is sufficiently legible.
This special edition was dedicated to God, and bore the epigraph: "Compulsory devotion is not agreeable to God!"
Your epigraph, my dear P., shows your kind and artless nature; but don't you see it is of no use?
Its coins represent Hercules contending with the lion, and bear the epigraph ΗΡΑ or ΗΡΑΚΛΗΙΩΝ.
The epigraph on the coins of this city is generally ΜΕΣΜΑ, or ΜΕΣΜΑΙΩΝ, and in a single instance ΜΕΔΑΜΑ.
The epigraph of Burke's pamphlet, was 'Blow ye the trumpet in Zion.'