Synonyms and related words:
abidingness, aboriginality, age, ancien regime, ancient history, ancient manuscript, ancient times, ancientness, antique, archaism, artifact, atavism, cave painting, cobwebs of antiquity, constancy, continuance, defeat of time, defiance of time, distance of time, distant past, diuturnity, durability, durableness, duration, dust of ages, eld, elderliness, eldership, endurance, eolith, fossil, great age, hoary age, hoary eld, inveteracy, lastingness, long standing, long-lastingness, long-livedness, longevity, maintenance, mezzolith, microlith, neolith, old age, old order, old style, oldness, paleolith, perdurability, perennation, permanence, perpetuity, persistence, petrification, petrified forest, petrified wood, petroglyph, plateaulith, primitiveness, primogeniture, primordialism, primordiality, relic, reliquiae, remains, remote age, ruin, ruins, senility, seniority, stability, standing, steadfastness, survival, survivance, time immemorial, venerableness, vestige

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