écrit le: 14 novembre 2011 par admin
antique (adjective) Very old. [Noun] Artwork of antiquity.,
Meaning and uses
Antique – Antiquity is the first epochs of history. For a civilization, Antiquity begins with the development or adoption of writing. The transition from antiquity has thus arisen at different times for different people. …
Antique is a province of the Philippines.
Antique is a group composed of Swedish-Greek Elena Paparizou and Nikos Panagiotidis.
Antiquity – The literature of ancient Western consists mainly of Greek and Roman literature. Indeed, the Egyptians and the Hebrews wrote only sacred texts or functional. …
Antiquity – Period of history of the oldest civilizations
antiquity – Seniority remote. The centuries, the times that are very far removed from us. (Must be capitalized in this sense) (with a capital letter) Collective of men who lived in ancient times
Antique – Having existed in antiquity. Very old, (Aged) Said of probity or under exceptional.Whose use, taste and fashion are long past, Who has a style similar to the works of antiquity. Medal, statue, vase, etc.., Dating from antiquity
antiquity – and everything related to it: cliche, annoying.
antiquity – n. A student of third year. V. ancestor, ancient, antediluvian, antique, applied, student, fossil, filthy, young sir, rotten, stinky, old-fashioned, surantique, puff.
Antique – nm • Pupil has successfully improved the past two years and blooms in the School of Application, which gives it more prestige and rights even as alumni. There are however much less abused. …
antiquity – Traditionally, the period between the end of prehistory, with the invention of writing and the first organized states (fourth millennium BC), and the fall of the Roman Empire ( 476 AD).
antiquity – the first time in history.In France officially it starts in 52 BC when the Gauls, defeated by the Romans become Gallo-Roman, and ends at the end of the Roman Empire in 476 AD.
Antique – Mint before the fall of the Roman Empire.
antiquity – Art of Poetry, Comedy, Speech, Elegy, Epigram, Epistle, Poetry, Fable, Hymn, Letter, Myth, Ode, Satire, Tragedy.
antiquity – the visit that never wants to leave.