ethnohistorian /eth'noh hi stawr"ee euhn, -stohr"-/, n.ethnohistorical /eth'noh hi stawr"i keuhl, -stor"-/, ethnohistoric, adj.ethnohistorically, adv.
/eth'noh his"teuh ree/, n.
a branch of anthropology dealing with the development of cultures, as through the analysis of archaeological findings.
[1950-55; ETHNO- + HISTORY]

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