Some articles on ancient times, ancient, time, times:
... Due to the presence of the Lašva River many settlers began to exploit it for economic benefits ... They began trading goods which traveled from Travnik to Vitez ...
... Nüwa (女娲), also Nüwa, an ancient mother goddess, attributed for the creation of mankind ... as Yandi (炎帝), a divine patriarch said to have taught the ancient Chinese the practices of agriculture ... In ancient times he was the patron god of success in imperial bureaucracy ...
... During ancient times, Jashn-e Sadeh was celebrated by lighting fire ... For most, this is the first time they are away from their families ... the temples in their cities and if it were their first time doing this, on their return, a celebration was held at home with the presence of friends and ...
... was mentioned in texts as early as the 8th century BC, and It was used by the ancient Assyrians and Persians ... bis tinctum, meaning "colored twice with coccus." Coccus, from the ancient Greek Kokkos, means a tiny grain, and is the term that was used in ancient times for the ... This was also the origin of the expression "dyed in the grain." In ancient Egypt, red was associated with life, health, and victory ...
... In modern times it assumed the identity of a courier named Rich and fathered a child with Jude ... The demon was known for feeding on weary travelers and in ancient times traveled in a cart to avoid suspicion ... In modern times it assumes the human identity of a minister's wife and travels on a bus at night, feeding and subsequently aging its victims to death and dumping them all over the ...
Famous quotes containing the words times and/or ancient:
“Weighing the steadfastness and state
Of some mean things which here below reside,
Where birds like watchful clocks the noiseless date
And intercourse of times divide,”
—Henry Vaughan (16221695)
“Neither by nights ancient fear,
The parting of hat from hair,
Pursed lips at the receiver,
Shall I fall to deaths feather.
By these I would not care to die,
Half convention and half lie.”
—Dylan Thomas (19141953)