Prehistoric

  • (adj): Belonging to or existing in times before recorded history.
    Example: "Prehistoric settlements"; "prehistoric peoples"
    Synonyms: prehistorical
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on prehistoric:

List Of Films About Animals - I
... Ice Age (2002) (prehistoric animals) Ice Age The Meltdown (2006) (prehistoric animals) Ice Age Dawn of the Dinosaurs (2009) (prehistoric animals) Ice Age ...
Timeline Of Religion
... catalog of important and noteworthy religious events in prehistoric and modern times ... This article reaches extensively into prehistoric times, as the bulk of the human religious experience is not relegated to written history ... A lack of written records is that much knowledge of prehistoric religion is derived from archaeological records, other indirect sources, and suppositions ...
Lists Of Prehistoric Fish
... Prehistoric fish are early fish that are known only from fossil records ... The study of prehistoric fish is called paleoichthyology ... such as the coelacanth are also referred to as prehistoric fish, or even living fossils, due to their current rarity and similarity to extinct forms ...
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More definitions of "prehistoric":

  • (adj): No longer fashionable.
    Example: "My mother has these prehistoric ideas about proper clothes"
  • (adj): Of or relating to times before written history.
    Example: "Prehistoric archeology"

Famous quotes containing the word prehistoric:

    Of course
    the New Testament is very small.
    Its mouth opens four times
    as out-of-date as a prehistoric monster,
    yet somehow man-made....
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)