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Definition of archaic:

(adj) : of or characterized by antiquity or archaism, antiquated, primitive, old-fashioned, as an archaic word or phrase; no longer in ordinary use, though still used occasionally to give a sense of antiquity. See talk page
"1887: Barcley V. Head, Historia Numorum A Manual Of Greek Numismatics - There is in the best archaic coin work [of the Greeks] ... a strength and a delicacy which are often wanting in the fully developed art of a later age."
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Definition of archaic:

(adj) : of or characterized by antiquity or archaism, antiquated, primitive, old-fashioned, as an archaic word or phrase; no longer in ordinary use, though still used occasionally to give a sense of antiquity. See talk page
"1887: Barcley V. Head, Historia Numorum A Manual Of Greek Numismatics - There is in the best archaic coin work [of the Greeks] ... a strength and a delicacy which are often wanting in the fully developed art of a later age."

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