They are the historiographers of the empire; or, more correctly speaking, the biographers of the Emperor.
And they are librarians and historiographers, as well as poets.
In China historiographers are charged with collecting all the events and original titles under a dynasty.
He made him one of the historiographers of the empire: and the archives were opened to him.
Thus the historiographers combined the duties of statesmen, scholars, authors, and generals.
Neither the explorers nor their European historiographers seem able to have grasped the true state of affairs.
No less than eleven authors of repute have employed their talents as historiographers of courtesans at Athens.
The historiographers of the Renaissance thought it below their dignity to use any language but Latin.
The bards and historiographers should have been on the alert to do justice to their country on so great an occasion.
Orders were given to the Élyséan journals to be silent, to Magnan to omit, to the historiographers to know nothing.