Origin of prosopographyfrom Modern Latin from Classical Greek pros?pon, person, face (see prosopopoeia) + graphein, to write: see graphic
Origin of prosopographyGreek prosōpon character ; see prosopopeia . -graphy
From the Latin prosÅpographia (“description of a person's appearance", “description of an individual's life"), from the Ancient Greek Ï€ÏÏŒÏƒÏ‰Ï€Î¿Î½ (prosÅpon, “face", “person") + -Î³Ïá¾°Ï†á¿Ìá¾± (-graphiÄ, “-writing", “-drawing"). See also prosopon.