As a center of Christian antiquity, Mosul is considered by many Middle Eastern Christians to be one of their holiest cities.
I just think the cold is blissful”—a pause for an inside-joke smile—“in my antiquity.
“The origin of Brokpas is lost in antiquity,” a research article from the University of Delhi notes.
The danger of the 300 series is that it denies the same dimensionality to Greek antiquity.
Still, the tradition of a hero with a younger, or everyman, acolyte stretches back to antiquity.
The Phnicians, like all the other peoples of antiquity, believed matter eternal.
They are not more gifted than the Basques, and their antiquity is not more wonderful.
Philosophic heads must occupy themselves one day with the collective account of antiquity and make up its balance-sheet.
Let us return to our beetle—what will his tirades about its antiquity advance me?
And antiquity is cultivated with care and considerable success at the Seven Stars, as a business asset.
late 14c., "olden times," from Old French antiquitet (11c.; Modern French antiquité) "olden times; great age; old age," from Latin antiquitatem (nominative antiquitas) "ancient times, antiquity, venerableness," noun of quality from antiquus (see antique (adj.)). Specific reference to ancient Greece and Rome is from mid-15c.; meaning "quality of being old" is from about the same time. Antiquities "relics of ancient days" is from 1510s.