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archaic
used in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Pope)

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so extremely old as to seem to belong to an earlier period; or obsolete
  • The author, however, did not affix his own name to the poem, which, in fact, was, great part of it, remodelled from the archaic dialect of Crete, in which tongue the ballads were found by him.
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