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Archaic Latin
Another term for Old Latin
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A general term for the prehistoric period intermediate between the earliest period ("Paleo-Indian", "Paleo-American", "American-paleolithic", etc.) of human presence in the Western Hemisphere, and the most recent prehistoric period ("Woodland", etc.)

Archaic Stage the stage of migratory hunting and gathering cultures continuing into environmental conditions approximately those of the present.

archaic
No longer in ordinary use, though still used occasionally to give a sense of antiquity
archaic
Of or characterized by antiquity; old-fashioned, quaint, antiquated

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archaic
antiquated
archaic
{s} ancient; no longer used
archaic
adj Reflecting the best and most enduring relics of centuries gone before Said of practices, ideas, and language which reflect a belief that wisdom may be found in thoughts of the past as well as those of the present A pejorative term
Archaic Latin
The earliest recorded Latin, found in inscriptions from the beginning of the sixth century Also called Old Latin
archaic
In American archeology, a cultural stage following the earliest known human occupation in the New World (about 5,500 B C to A D 100) This stage was characterized by a generalized hunting and gathering lifestyle and seasonal movement to take advantage of a variety of resources
archaic
so extremely old as seeming to belong to an earlier period; "a ramshackle antediluvian tenement"; "antediluvian ideas"; "archaic laws"
archaic
little evolved from or characteristic of an earlier ancestral type; "archaic forms of life"; "primitive mammals"; "the okapi is a short-necked primitive cousin of the giraffe"
archaic
of or characterized by antiquity or archaism, antiquated, primitive, old-fashioned, as an archaic word or phrase
archaic
Of or characterized by antiquity or archaism; antiquated; obsolescent
archaic
If a word is described as archaic, it suggests its use is now old-fashioned Many words in poems are still used that seem archaic, and many formal words may seem to be so, especially in a religious or legal register Such words may not be fully archaic - it may simply be that you are unaware of these particular registers
archaic
old-fashioned or no longer used; writers sometimes use archaic words if they are setting a text in a previous age and wish to create an illusion of authenticity
archaic
A period of Native American culture beginning 10,000 years ago and ending 3,000 years ago in Illinois During the Archaic period, Native American's developed ground stone tool technology, plant cultivation, substantial villages, long distance trade, and the beginnings of mound building
archaic
In American archeology, a cultural stage following the earliest known human occupation in the New World (about 5,500 BC to AD 100) It was characterized by a hunting and gathering lifestyle and seasonal movement to take advantage of a variety of resources
archaic
Archaic means extremely old or extremely old-fashioned. archaic laws that are very seldom used = antiquated
archaic
pertaining to a relatively simple period in the development of a particular region's art
archaic
an American Indian Culture period dating from 3,000 to 10,000 B P
archaic
– ancient, old, or surviving from an earlier people Archaic can also mean relating to an earlier time
archaic
A time period or cultural tradition present throughout much of North American and dated from about 6000/5000 B C to 1000/500 B C Archaic peoples relied on a mixed subsistence economy of hunting and foraging
archaic
having the characteristics of the language of the past and surviving chiefly in specialized uses Example: thou which means you
archaic
no longer in ordinary use, though still used occasionally to give a sense of antiquity. See talk page
archaic period
A time frame in North American pre-history spanning 7,000 years between 10,000 B P to 3000 B P after Paleo and before Woodland times The 7,000 years is further defined as Early, Middle and Late Archaic which are also defined elsewhere in this glossary
archaic period
A term used for the first two dynasties of ancient Egyptian history
archaic smile
A representation of the human mouth with slightly upturned corners, characteristic of early Greek sculpture produced before the fifth century
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