Thesaurus / antiquity

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The site has been holy since antiquity, perhaps explaining why Notre Dame feels spiritual, even for nonbelievers.
Dr. Buchner assigns to them an antiquity of from seven thousand to ten thousand years.
Our Edwards and Henries illustrate the almost unrivalled splendour and antiquity of the house of Brunswick.
The princess's attitude was that of a priestess of antiquity.
Epaminondas is, perhaps, the brightest name of all antiquity.
Where must we look for the origin of this delight in antiquity, and the preference shown for it?
Thus they became the only people of antiquity that grew great by democratic institutions.
THE HISTORY OF FREEDOMJOHN EMERICH EDWARD DALBERG-ACTON
This appeal of Plato to antiquity and established custom deserves notice.
One which accused her of practising the shameful vices of antiquity.
A true son of the Renaissance, he finds entertainment or instruction in communing with the best of antiquity.
FRAY LUIS DE LENJAMES FITZMAURICE-KELLY

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