Archaic

the Eastern Archaic tradition is an archaeological time period from about 6000 B.C. to 800 B.C. generally associated with the appearance of ground-stone and copper tools

Archaic

An early period of Greek art, roughly 600BCE to 480BCE.

Archaic

• (a.) Of or characterized by antiquity or archaism; antiquated; obsolescent.
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Archaic

(Archaic (archaism)) 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 really archaic - it may simply be that you are unaware of these particular registers. Take...
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archaic

adjective 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`
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Archaic

Ar·cha'ic adjective [ Greek 'archai:ko`s old-fashioned, from 'archai^os ancient.] Of or characterized by antiquity or archaism; antiquated; obsolescent.
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Archaic

a period of ancient Greek history from approximately 750 to 500 BCE.
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Archaic

A style which is primitive and incomplete in comparison with a posterior style which is considered perfect and complete. -- L.V.
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Archaic

A work that dates from an early stage in the development of an artistic style, or a work which conveys, consciously or unconsciously, the characteristics of an earlier style.
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archaic

Ancient; old; in jungian psychology, denoting the ancestral past of mental processes. ... Origin: G. Archaikos, ancient ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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archaic

archaic 1. Marked by the characteristics of an earlier period; antiquated: an archaic manner; an archaic notion. 2. In a linguistic form, commonly used in an earlier time but rare in present-day usage except to suggest the older time, as in religious rituals or historical novels. Examples: thou; wast; methinks; forsooth. 3. Forming the earliest st...
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Archaic

Mainly sculpture with Egyptian influences
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archaic

so extremely old as seeming to belong to an earlier period
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Archaic

The term archaic generally means something old, ancient or antiquated. The term is disparagingly used to describe things which are out of date, and in language to describe words that were part of an older vocabulary, and are no longer in common use.
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archaic

Type: Term Pronunciation: ar-kā′ik Definitions: 1. Ancient; old; in jungian psychology, denoting the ancestral past of mental processes.
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archaic

[adj] - little evolved from or characteristic of an earlier ancestral type
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