ancient

[ eyn-shuhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF ancient

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The ancient priest who drew it must have placed it there for a definite purpose.

But Babylon was made into one of the seven wonders of the ancient world.

Not contentment, but a lamentation and an ancient tale of wrong!

Giles was their “ancient” and had charge of the banner, nor could it be doubted that he had flourished.

So far, the story of ancient man has been the record of a wonderful achievement.

All the systems of writing of the ancient people of Asia had one thing in common.

But together with these many virtues, ancient man had one great failing.

History tells us of glorious friendships in the ancient world.

Our ancient Hebrew predecessors understood God in their own way.

So, too, did the Greeks, and divers other ancient peoples who were famed for their learning.

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