provenience

[ proh-vee-nee-uh ns, -veen-yuh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF provenience

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROVENIENCE

They were in the Forum, as the provenience of the inscription shows.

The number assigned each specimen referred not only to its catalogue entry but also its provenience.

From older (pre-1901) University collections, provenience and collector not recorded.

The methods of Futurism have their provenience in many preceding art movements.

Maeterlinck's speculations, despite their medieval provenience, have a practical orientation.

None of this material has provenience data, nearly all of it having turned up in the process of trenching.

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