The pages are associated with the Macedonian monarchy in a tradition which antedates
Philip and Alexander.
I here call attention to another appearance of this noun which antedates
every citation but the earliest in 1847.
Like any other reviewer, this reviewer has the inevitable quibbles ("priestly kings" are not known from the Indus civilization; the compass surely antedates
However, an anonymous contributor to the Critical Review (1756-1817) antedates
this recording by almost thirty years.
Martin Stevens graphically antedates
the typological convention of the world as stage to late-medieval archetypes, emphasizing the mappa mundi as a controlling image imposed on dedicated theatre spaces or even on an entire city.
Theoretical reflection in literary studies antedates
the arrival of `literary theory', and there is no reason to dispense with `literary aesthetics' or with philosophy in general when it comes to pursuing inquires into the evaluation and interpretation of literature.
Keegan begins by arguing that while warfare antedates
the state, diplomacy, and strategy by millennia, it does not antedate
The political cartoon, making an editorial point by means of such devices as caricature and pictorial symbols, antedates
the purely humorous cartoon, in which the drawing often serves merely as an illustration for a comical caption.
the term "biblical theology" and can be traced back to certain intrabiblical interpretations.
Low urinary PLGF antedates
the clinical diagnosis of preeclampsia and may serve as a screening test to predict who will develop early-onset disease," Dr.
He argues that humanism's reformative impact on the nature of the book, the demand for quality in the text and high readability, antedates
printing, having developed from the time of Petrarch and that, despite the importance that has been attached to the emergence of the silent reader, humanism remained traditional in privileging spoken over written language.