What is another word for Provenience?

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[ pɹˈuːvni͡əns], [ pɹˈuːvni‍əns], [ p_ɹ_ˈuː_v_n_iə_n_s]

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How to use "Provenience" in context?

Provenance, according to the Oxford English Dictionary, is "the fact or state of being the source or origin of something." The origins of something can be traced back to the moment it was created or acquired. This is especially important in art, where the provenance of a work can tell historians and collectors about the artist, the time period in which the work was created, and the collector or group of collectors who acquired it.

Provenance also plays a role in the legal system.

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