cynfyd, chynfyd, gynfyd, nghynfyd, henfyd
Noun(1) the historic period preceding the Middle Ages in Europe(2) extreme oldness(3) an artifact surviving from the past
(1) In antiquity Gibraltar belonged in turn to the Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, and Visigoths.(2) Historians continue to debate the antiquity and plausibility of his discovery.(3) Such passing beyond the particular to the universal is inherent in the very idea of a concept that was discovered in Greek antiquity (and is therefore probably a necessary moment of thought).(4) Thus, the spirit of the age in antiquity is in direct conflict with modern perceptions of the period.(5) It is an unwritten code that wherever possible churches with antiquity would be preserved.(6) They also suggest a common geographic origin in antiquity , with a range of variation between cultures in time and space.(7) Another aspect that deserves attention is the relationship between the antiquity of a gene and its evolutionary rate.(8) Archaeology can show that Britain since antiquity has been a diverse, multi-ethnic and multicultural nation, something that needs remembering more than ever today.(9) Diphtheria has probably existed since classical antiquity , but it was not identified as a specific disease until 1819.(10) Similarly, no scribe in antiquity could have worked with such a typology, for every variation in the objects could never be registered in bureaucratic discourse.(11) the great civilizations of antiquity(12) Over the last generation, the religious history of later antiquity and the early middle ages has become one of the most exciting areas of research in pre-modern history.(13) Some of the classical cities of antiquity , notably Athens and Rome, became dependent on trade by sea to import the building materials and foodstuffs necessary to maintain both their populations and their navies.(14) The graveyard dates back nearly 200 years and due to the antiquity of the graves, many of them were not marked.(15) So I wrote to the author, complimenting him on the well-written article, and then challenging him on his statements about the antiquity of horseshoe crabs.(16) As a young man, Erasmus believed that northern Europeans knew nothing of classical antiquity - his career sought to remedy this barbarism.
(1) in antiquity :: mewn hynafiaeth
1. ancient times ::
yr hen amser
2. antique ::
Different Formsantiquities, antiquity
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