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Archaic may refer to a period of time preceding a designated classical period, or something from an older period of time that is also not found or used currently:
- List of archaeological periods
- Archaic Homo sapiens, people who lived about 300,000 to 30,000 B.P. (this is far earlier than the archaeological definition)
- Archaism, speech or writing in a form that is no longer current
- Archaic language, one that preserves features that are no longer present in other languages of the same language family
- List of archaic musical instruments
- Archaic Latin (also called Old Latin or Early Latin), Latin language up to about 75 BC
Archaic may also refer to:
- Archaic (comics), a comic-book series created by writer James Abrams and artist Brett Marting
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