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xylography (noun) – 1. Wood engraving, especially of an early period.
2. The art of printing texts or illustrations, sometimes with colour, from woodblocks, as distinct from typography.

Source : The Free Dictionary

Etymology : First use: 1816. Origin: French xylographie, from xyl- + -graphie -graphy. xylo- | xyl- [before a vowel]
Origin: Ancient Greek ????? (ksulon, “wood”). -graphy Origin: the French -graphie inherited from the Latin -graphia, from Ancient Greek verb ?????.

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