The reference to the mab darogan is not, indeed, the only topical reference to have been intruded into the text; another must antedate
the separation of the A and B texts, since it appears in both, nor is any C variant recorded.
I have used these databases to push back the origins of the term executive privilege, to trace the expression human rights to 1787, and to antedate
hundreds of other legal and nonlegal terms listed in the OED.
Keegan begins by arguing that while warfare antedates
the state, diplomacy, and strategy by millennia, it does not antedate
It should be that our claims antedate
theirs, that restoration of the Jeurish people to the historic Land of Israel is the correction of a historic wrong in which Arab/Muslim invasion of and settlement in the Jewish land was as culpable as prior Roman invasion.
It also powerfully dismantled the Christian opposition of New Testament "mercy" to "Old Testament law/justice," allowing mercy to antedate
Christianity and a merciful justice to characterize the pre-mosaic Noachide laws.
The AP are therefore unequivocally religious texts at the same time as they are historical novels closely related to the Jewish novella, many of which, as Thomas had noted in her first chapter, antedate
any Greek texts in the genre.
Jatarupa is cited by Sarvananda and, in Pant's view, by Ksirasvamin as well, so that he would also antedate
An important part of Wright's argument here is that, as demonstrated by a ninth-century Vatican MS, traditions in question antedate
the Beowulf and Blickling MSS by some two or three centuries.
restored the poem to those ancient sonic roots that antedate
Furthermore, Israel, had communal farms--in Hebrew kibbutzim--which antedate
the state and still exist today.
A real "Anglicanism" may well antedate
the Restoration, and the exclusive, anti-comprehensive Restoration church used as a model for "Anglicanism" may itself be a reflection of those momentarily ascendant, and thus a caricature of the whole, much as "Laudianism" misrepresents the full picture of the national church in the 1630s.
Due to their anonymity, the Laws antedate
notions of early-modern authority outlined by Michel Foucault in his well-known essay: like the pre-modern texts Foucault classifies as authoritative, the Laws' nameless scribe and their venerated wisdom insure a "demonstrated truth" founded on public opinion.