Definitions for "Provenance"
The ability to trace and authenticate the owner of a specific comic, such as a creator's file copy or a pedigree.
The principle of archival arrangement according to which each deposit of records should be placed within an overall arrangement or classification scheme that reflects its origin and relation to other deposits from the same administrative body.
Office of origin’ of records, ie the agency, office or person that created, received or accumulated and used the records in the conduct of business. In archival theory, the principle of provenance requires that the archives of an agency or person not be mixed with the archives of another. Source: Adapted from Ellis, p. 476.
Origin; source; provenience.
The previous history and ownership of the book
Refers to the prior ownership of a book and the history of ownership.
The place of origin of a tree/plant stock, which remains the same no matter where local generations of the trees are raised.
The place of origin of a species, subspecies or variety
The place of origin of a manuscript, where it was written.
"Provenance" is episode nineteen of the first season of the television series Supernatural.
When the past owner of the book is known, adding to the documentationof it's authenticity.
Attributions of maker, owner, or locality made.
The provenance of a piece of information refers to who produced it and where it came from. Looking at the provenance of web pages, for example, is an important part of the skill of Information Literacy because it is helpful to know who produced a web page when you are considering how relevant and accurate it is.
Keywords:  indigenous, growing, trees, stand, non
The place in which any stand of trees is growing. The stand may be indigenous or non-indigenous.