historiographer[ hi-stawr-ee-og-ruh-fer, -stohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF historiographer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HISTORIOGRAPHER
But, let us hear his historiographer, who all this while was at his elbow.
Now, as to the words of the historiographer, speaking in his own person.
He was made gentleman of the chamber and historiographer of France.
He was appointed to the post of Historiographer by the Parliament.
The only post for which he made a direct application was that of historiographer.
His works are numerous, and he was the first who held the office of Historiographer, which he obtained on the Restoration.
For the Methode of a Poet historical is not such, as of an Historiographer.
With this view, they appointed Grotius their historiographer.
For the Methode of a Poet historicall is not such as of an Historiographer.
Charles Sorel, historiographer of France, was a very voluminous and usually a very dull writer.