- 1The history of the ancient civilizations of the Mediterranean area and the Near East up to the fall of the Western Roman Empire in ad 476.More example sentences
- One Nation Underground revisits a fast-receding era of U.S. history that seems like ancient history to today's undergraduates.
- So I went to the uni and I did medieval history and renaissance history and ancient history.
- An archaeological museum in a cathedral annex on the west coast of Italy pays tribute to the rich and ancient history of the area.
- 1.1 • informal Something that is already long familiar and no longer new, interesting, or relevant: the New Wave is ancient history nowMore example sentences
- The answer to such contradictory share movements is that institutional investors consider the full-year results of any company to be ancient history as they already have a fair idea of what to expect before they are announced.
- I haven't paid very much attention to the deep throat revelations, because to me this is all ancient history - interesting, you know, but not important.
- The deal is done: it is already ancient history.
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- Aryans were not foreigners from the West, the view widely held by ancient historians, but India's native people.
- In many cases, the works of ancient historians who offered vital testimony had been lost.
- It has been described by many ancient historians as a place of prophesies almost as famous as the Delphic Oracle.
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