|not historical||ahistorical; ahistoric|
|able to be dated, capable of being assigned to a time, capable of being put in historical place||datable|
|after modernism, belonging to the postmodern movement in art and architecture (supports use of complex and decorative styles, with emphasis on local historical styles - opposed to the principles of modernism)||postmodern|
|against federalism, historical opponent of U.S. Constitution, somebody opposed to federalism||antifederalist|
|Anglican diocesan court, assembly of cardinals and Pope, congregational governing body, council of clergymen, historical council or assembly, regulatory court in Lutheran churches||consistory|
|annual records, historical records, chronicles, archives, learned journal, recorded history||annals|
|anticipated moment, appointed moment, apprenticeship period, certain interval, closing time, geologic division, historical period, instance, measure how long something takes, method of measuring intervals, military service, minute or hour, moment somet...||time|
|autobiography, biography or historical account, essay on a scholarly subject, life story, biography; record of events written by a person having an intimate knowledge of them and based on personal observation, proceedings||memoir|
|available data on historical topic, historical literature, methods of historical research, the writing of history, historical writing||historiography|
|before recorded history, from the period before written history, preceding written historical records; old, ancient, antiquated, out-of-date (Slang), relating to language before writing, very old or old-fashioned||prehistoric|
|belief in uniqueness of historical periods, theory that natural laws govern history||historicism|
|belonging to the Roman Catholic Church, Christian, church member, member of the Roman Catholic Church, of the historical united church||Catholic|
|boundary marker, distinctive or prominent object in a landscape (often serves as a guide to travelers on land or sea); territorial marker; building or site which has historical significance; important event, turning point (in history), highly significa...||landmark|
|capable of being assigned to a time, capable of being put in historical place||dateable|
|change because of time:, generation, geologic era, grow older, mature, having lived a long:, historical era, history, how old somebody or something is, improve something over time, legal adulthood, length of time that a person or organism has been aliv...||age|
|characteristic of Illyria, extinct language of Illyrians, historical inhabitant of eastern Adriatic coast||Illyrian|
|concerning historical development, of the study of a language as it changes or develops through history||diachronic|
|cultural anthropology, study of ethnic groups, study of the historical development of different cultures (Anthropology)||ethnology|
|custodian of archives (collection of historical or public documents, annals, records), somebody in charge of archive||archivist|
|decorated with historical scenes, having a certain number of stories or floors; recorded in history, legendary, interesting or celebrated, with stories||storied|
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