Definition of Archaistic. Meaning of Archaistic. Synonyms of Archaistic

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Definition of Archaistic

Archaistic
Archaistic Ar`cha*is"tic, a. Like, or imitative of, anything archaic; pertaining to an archaism.

Meaning of Archaistic from wikipedia

- Alexandar (2015). ""The Order of the Vanquished Dragon": the performance of archaistic homophobia by the Union of Orthodox Banner Bearers in Putin's Russia"...
- archaic expressions in the treatise, even though he hadn't supported an archaistic movement in Latin literature. The causes were the setting of De re publica...
- Around 2650 BC QahedjetPossibly be the same person as Huni or an archaistic representation of Thutmose III, correct chronological position unknown...
- who may have ruled during the 3rd Dynasty or could be a voluntarily archaistic representation of Thutmose III. Since the only artifact attesting to the...
- Samuel Feigin, "all the places where it appears seem to be archaic or archaistic in character. The different spellings ... indicate that the word is a...
- is 8.5 m (28 ft) tall, a sculpture of the King, 2.75 m (9 ft) tall, in archaistic armour is placed. Sigismund's Column now stands at 22 m (72 ft) and is...
- 3rd-century Roman copy of the Athena Parthenos. The very first specific archaistic Athena Promachos coin image was depicted on coins that were issued by...
- "Propylaeus" of Alcamenes. As, however, the deity is represented in a Neo-Attic, archaistic and conventional character, this copy cannot be relied on as giving us...
- Larentia. A.B. Cook interpreted the three female figures on the reverse as "archaistic caryatids" bearing a beam on which five trees are supported. He saw the...
- Herculaneum by Ethel Ross Barker, there were busts of Athene Gorgolopha, Archaistic Pallas, Archaic Apollo, Head of an Amazon, Dionysus or Plato (? Poseidon)...