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- its ahistoricity was first demonstrated by reinhart dozy in 1881 the french arabist Évariste lévi-provençal attributed the destruction
- depth, the ahistoricity, the surface-focus and flatness of the postmodern consciousness, with its new cult of the image and the simulacrum
- that ahistoricity has been one of the most characteristic features of indian civilisation, at least until the beginning of muslim dynasties.
- the contemporary encomium emmae has no mention of the episode, which has been taken as indicating its ahistoricity, as it would seem that
- earl doherty and the argument to ahistoricity , last carrier , first richard , year 2002 , publisher the secular web , accessdate 23 june
- historicity, though the ahistoricity of jesus is scientifically as sure as that of romulus and remus, or the seven legendary kings of rome.
- external links : html#ahistoricity , accessdate 2009-04-25 '. first richard , last carrier , year 2009 , title comments at richard carrier
- 'a historiography of an ahistoricity: on the beothuk indians', history and anthropology, 2003, vol. 14(2), pp.  127–140. holly, donald h. jr
- the ahistoricity of the traditional jesus, he said, should not be a reason to leave the church. without this traditional jesus, he
- as a book defending ahistoricity in his may 30, 2006 stanford university presentation and eddy-boyd presented it as an example of a