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Antiquity (noun) and ancient (adjective) may refer to:
- any period before the Middle Ages (476-1453), but still within the period of human history or prehistory. The term is most often used of Classical Antiquity, the classical civilizations of the Mediterranean, especially Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome.
- "Ancient history" generally, and may be used of any historical period before the Middle Ages
- Antiquities, the term—almost always in the plural in modern usage, referring to objects or artefacts) surviving from ancient cultures.
- as a proper name
- Antiquity (journal) is a quarterly journal of archaeological research
- Ancients (art group), a group of English artists in the 1820s and 30s
- Age (disambiguation)
- Eon (disambiguation)
- Ancien (disambiguation)
- Orders of magnitude (time)
- Old age
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