periodisation meaning

  "periodisation" in a sentence
  • or periodīsāˈtion noun
      Division into periods


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  1. This periodisation has been criticised, for the misconceptions it has given rise to.
  2. In the study of the coinage of the Visigoths a different periodisation is applied.
  3. An elaborate periodisation may be as follows:
  4. Those changes determined the periodisation of national cinema into a succession of distinct eras and movements.
  5. Another periodisation is the division into " ancient, classical, mediaeval and modern periods ".

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