Definition of through the ages in English:

through the ages

Throughout history: the influence of Greek culture through the ages
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  • So if you feel like dropping in and going back in time through the ages of military history, or just a day out with the family, a great day is guaranteed.
  • Jackie Leviston and Alison Gracey of the Lancashire Witch project will give a talk on the history of witch craft through the ages.
  • The book charts the history of the town through the ages and is illustrated with many pictures showing how it has changed over the years.
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