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2019.05.28 09:57

How can you say "ancient" in your language?

Today I'm visiting

Knossos in Greece, it's a very ancient/old civilization. Roughly 1,500 years older than classical Greece 😱

Here is the oldest throne, road, and sewerage system in all of Europe. They even invented running water before the Roman Empire invented the Aqueduct system.

If you could understand all of this ^ your English is very good! 😆
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  • LR 2019.05.28 09:59

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    고대
  • 황선민_Luke 2019.05.28 09:59

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    We call that ‘고대’ So, you must having a good time!
  • Shingo 2019.05.28 09:59

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    古代
  • Ema 2019.05.28 10:00

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    古代
  • 임정훈 Lim JH. 2019.05.28 10:00

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    Wow, I heard about labyrinth of Knossos before. But throne, sewerage. it's really fresh for me. And ancient, it's 고대. means far age.
  • 김호준 2019.05.28 10:02

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    고대
  • SeongJaeYun 2019.05.28 10:05

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    고대의. Throne 왕좌? Aqueduct 수로의?(conference in die hard 3 movie)
  •   MIYU   2019.05.28 10:18

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    " 古代 , こだい , kodai " I learned again that my English is very poor .. 😩💔
  • MaryPsa 2019.05.28 11:01

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    We say "αρχαίος" :)
  • Denise 2019.06.02 10:13

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    Antico 🙃
  • JohnKond 2019.08.17 18:09

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    The word ancient is equal with three adjectives in Hellenic. Αρχαίος for male, αρχαία for female and αρχαίο for neutral.

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