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  1. azkad's Avatar
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    #1

    Arrow old / ancient

    I am still not able to differ old from ancient. Can anyone help me with this problem? There is also a research title that goes:

    The Most Ancient Manuscript of “The History of Prophets” by Rabghuzi

    Is it right? What do you think? Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: old / ancient

    Ancient simply means very old.





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